Wednesday, Jan. 18, at 1:35 pm: All THPRD facilities are on normal operating schedule. Please exercise caution in parking lots due to ice and snow. Check back or call our hotline (503-614-4018) for additional updates as conditions warrant.
In 1975, the Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District purchased this 68-acre Jenkins Estate on the northwest slope of Cooper Mountain overlooking the Tualatin Valley. Tucked into a wooded niche on Cooper Mountain, Jenkins Estate is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
The Main House is a seven-bedroom structure modeled after a hunting lodge built for the English royal family. The property includes a collection of historic buildings and gardens, preserving a look at the early 20th century genteel lifestyle.
We invite guests to take self-guided tours to explore nearly two miles of trails, and breathtaking views of the gardens, the Tualatin Valley and surrounding mountainside.