Barsotti Park is one of the city’s newest parks, and it opened in 2013! The 4-acre site was developed with funds from a bond measure approved in 2008. It features the district’s first youth tennis court, a multipurpose athletic field with a viewing area behind a backstop, a covered picnic area, a 20-plot community garden, and ADA accessible plots. The park’s name is a tribute to the local tennis community and is a great spot for organized youth sport.
The Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District (THPRD) purchased the land for the park in the late 1990s. The $1.3 million project included two play sets, soccer and baseball fields, and a community garden. The park is the first youth-sized tennis court in the district. The playground floor is covered with rubber tiles, and grassy mounds provide natural seating. The dedication ceremony will be held on Aug. 12.
The park’s design and construction features are reminiscent of the Tualatin Hills’ past. Located at an elevation of 207 feet, Barsotti Park is a great place for outdoor activities. It is close to Crescent Islamic Montessori School, Cascade Montessori and is an ideal location for children. It is also close to many schools in the area, including the Cascade Montessori. The dedication ceremony will take place on August 12. The festival will feature food and prizes, and a visit from the THPRD Rec and Nature Mobiles.
Located in Tualatin Hills, Oregon, Barsotti Park was designed to be a safe, fun and beautiful park for the community. It includes two play sets, a tennis courts, a baseball and football field, as well as a community garden. The project was completed by THPRD in less than three years, and cost less than $1million. Barsotti Park was home to the district’s first tennis court for youth. The park also features a grassy mound that people can sit on and enjoy the beautiful weather.
This park is a wonderful place to enjoy the outdoors. It looks almost like a barn from the covered area. There will also be a bronze plaque that commemorates the life of Bruna McBride. The park will also feature a piece of metal art that depicts the family’s daily activities. The mural, which is a tribute to the Tualatin Hills community’s history, will be the focal point of the celebration. For more interesting things to do visit Eichler Park.