Cook Park Kayak, Canoe, & Paddleboard Rentals

To facilitate a safe paddling experience for everybody, we will be using an online reservation system when we open for the summer. As we need to allow for proper sanitation between uses, we will not have walk-up rentals available. Please use our online system to reserve your time slot and equipment before heading to Cook Park.

We are currently working to get our online system running, registration will be available here soon.


Location: Cook Park Boat Ramp, 17005 SW 92nd Ave, Tigard, OR 97224
Season: We are aiming for a June - September season, but we ask for your flexibility and understanding.
Schedule: We are typically open 9am until 6pm Fridays through Sundays, and Holidays. The last rental of the day goes out at 4pm.
Included Gear: All paddling gear is provided in the price of the rental.

Canoes

$45 for 4 hours

Double Kayak

$45 for 4 hours

Single Kayak

$35 for 4 hours

Stand-Up Paddle Board

$35 for 4 hours

Guided Paddle Trips

“To inspire community members to protect the Tualatin River, we first must make them aware of the river.”

Join us on a guided paddle adventure through the Tualatin River! With Tualatin Riverkeepers, you don't just get a outdoor trip you get a learning experience that highlights the ecosystems, flora, and fauna throughout our watershed. All of our trips are led by trained naturalist guides that will help you discover what makes our river special. Our paddling trips are typically offered seasonally May through October, and are suitable for all levels of paddling experience from beginners to advanced. All TRK Paddle trips include:

  • Trained trip leaders
  • Safety boats
  • All necessary paddle gear

Any upcoming guided paddle trips will be listed below - click on one to learn more and sign up.

TRK also offers private paddle trips! Perfect for business retreats or family reunions, our private guided paddle trips are available for $45 per person ($58 includes a box lunch) for groups of 12 of more. Paddlers can choose from canoes or kayaks and all gear is included. Call our office at 503-218-2580 or email mark@tualatinriverkeepers.org for more information.

Plan Your Own Trip

Water Trail Maps

Use our interactive water trail map or the PDF version here.

Interactive Water Trail Map

River Reports

Check out river conditions using Water Reporter.

See something interesting while out on the river? You can report it on the Water Report App! Instructions available here.

Come Enjoy The River

There are plenty of ways to enjoy the Tualatin. Join us on a guided paddle trip, or bring your family to Discovery Day, or maybe you love the Tualatin as much as we do and you want to volunteer with us as a paddle trip leader. Whatever your passion, come join us on the water.