Cook Park River Rentals

Did you know that Tualatin Riverkeepers provides canoe, kayak, or stand-up paddle board rentals during the summer at Cook Park? Join us for a River Experience, and get to know us and how we work together with you to protect, restore, and enjoy the Tualatin River! From Memorial Day through Labor Day, you can reserve a boat and learn more about how to enjoy the river here.

Things to know beforehand:

You must sign up for a rental time online. We are not accepting drop-in rentals this year.
As always, all paddling gear is included in the price of your rental, but we're going to need the time and space to safely clean and sanitize our equipment between rentals. Reserve your rental in advance before heading to Cook Park.

Face masks are required. Even though we're outside, it's not always possible to keep a safe distance while getting equipment and launching your boat. For the safety of our staff, our community, and yourself, keep your mask on until you are on the water.

We provide PFDs (personal flotation devices) for all paddlers, including infants and small children. If you have your own gear, please bring it with you and our staff will make sure it's okay to use.

A canoe can fit 3 adults, or 2 adults and 2 small children. Dogs are allowed in kayaks, canoes and on paddle boards.

You don't need a shuttle to paddle the river! The current is not strong, which makes it easy to paddle in either direction.

Do not take Tualatin Riverkeepers Rentals to other locations. You must put in your rental on the Tualatin River at Cook Park.

Our last rentals of the day go out at 2:00pm and are due back no later than 6:00pm.

Make a reservation here and if you need any assistance with Cook Park River Rentals, please email mark@tualatinriverkeepers.org. Please note that our season typically ends in September.