Located in the Aloha neighborhood, Pío Pío (pee-oe pee-oe) Park features both hard and soft surface paths that meander through the park's large trees and a variety of native plants. The park offers visitors a nature themed play area, a picnic shelter, open lawn, a community garden, and a multi-use sport court for basketball and futsal.
The park's name Pío Pío (pee-oe pee-oe) is a Spanish word for the chirp chirp sound birds make in the park’s big trees. This name captures one of the many reasons community members enjoy visiting THPRD parks and trails, hearing the sounds of birds and urban wildlife. It also offers a learning opportunity for children and adults alike that the onomatopoeia sounds for different animals are not universal across languages. Visitors can listen closely to see if they can hear the birds sing pío pío.
The Pío Pío Park community garden was funded in part by a grant from the Tualatin Soil & Water Conservation District.