NCPRD Closures and Cancellations


North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District is dedicated to slowing the spread of COVID-19 and protecting the health of patrons, visitors, staff and all persons. In accordance with Governor Kate Brown’s executive order, as well as the Oregon Health Authority and Clackamas County’s orders and advisement, many of our facilities are closed. We’ve also made some changes to our programming, including adding a wide range of virtual options and incorporating extensive safety protocols for in-person classes and activities. Things might look a bit different this year, but we’re dedicated to continuing to provide you with resources and opportunities that help enrich your lives, improve your well-being and keep you connected to the community.

Please see below for further information, closures and cancellations.

NCPRD parks remain open for visitors to walk, cycle and enjoy nature while practicing social distancing. This includes playgrounds, sports courts, restrooms and sports fields. Park visitors must follow social distancing guidelines and keep 6 feet from others, and masks must be work in all public spaces when social distancing isn’t possible. See guidelines for visiting parks and trails during COVID-19.

Elk Rock Island
Elk Rock Island and the Spring Park trail are open to to public, after a temporary closure for wildfire restoration and repair. Learn more.

Milwaukie Bay Park Boat Dock
A section of the Milwaukie Bay Park boat dock will be removed for seasonal winter storage starting the morning of October 26, 2020. A portion of the dock will still remain in the water for public use. The dock will be returned after spring rains next May-June, 2021 depending on rainfall and river levels. For questions, please call 503-794-8030.


Spring Registration

Spring registration opens for NCPRD residents on Feb.16 and for non-residents on Feb.23. Whether you’re comfortable joining us virtually at home or in person, we’re here to keep you moving, learning and having fun this season.

Protecting the health of our residents and staff is our top priority. Learn what measures we’re putting into place for in-person programs to mitigate risk and keep you and your family safe.

We will continue to monitor the situation and timelines for additional future programming and facility operations.  Learn more about the district status of Happy Valley residents here.

Meals on Wheels

The Meals on Wheels program will continue to operate as normal during this closure, with a small group of staff and volunteers working to deliver meals to homebound seniors in north Clackamas County.


Refunds will be issued and normal processing fees will be waived, for all programming and rentals affected by cancellations.


On November 14, 2020, the Governor announced a two-week freeze as part of new statewide measures to slow the spread of COVID-19. As a result, all NCPRD buildings will be closed effective Wednesday, November 18. For questions on programming, please email

The following facilities will remain closed until further notice:

  • Milwaukie Center, with the exception of Meals on Wheels and select youth programs


Milwaukie Bay Park Project
NCPRD staff continues to apply for grants and do essential work to bring the Milwaukie Bay Park Project to fruition. The project is on schedule for the design team to begin design and engineering drawings in summer 2020. If the schedule changes due to COVID-19 impacts, staff will provide updates to the community. Learn more about the Milwaukie Bay Park Final Design.

For updated information of COVID-19 in Clackamas County, please visit