The Harold Eastman Rose Garden is a small park/specialty area featuring a peaceful garden of more than ninety beautiful rose bushes. The garden is named after former Hillsboro resident Harold Eastman, who was the visionary behind the creation of the garden. Unfortunately Harold passed away before the garden was completed, but it was his hard work that brought together the Tualatin Valley Rose Society, the Hillsboro Kiwanis, the Tualatin Valley Garden Club, the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce and the City of Hillsboro Parks & Recreation Department to make the garden happen for the community. Today, the park is maintained by Hillsboro Parks Maintenance and the roses are tended to by the Tualatin Valley Rose Society (the official adopters of the park). From late spring through fall, the community can visit and enjoy the blooms of a wide variety of roses, all with labels identifying each one. The garden is still a work in progress, so there are always new things to see.
|Click here to see a detailed history of the Harold Eastman Rose Garden. (PDF)
General Park Regulations
- Use of all tobacco products is prohibited on Parks & Recreation property.
- Parks are closed from dusk to dawn.
- Alcoholic beverages are prohibited.
- All fireworks are prohibited.
- Pets must be on a leash at all times.
- Pets are prohibited from playground areas.
- Pet waste must be cleaned up by keeper/owner.
- Pets are prohibited from wetlands, ponds and streams.
- Golfing activities are prohibited.
- Motorized vehicles prohibited except in parking areas.
- Vending activities are prohibited without Park Commission approval.
- For Hondo Dog Park regulations, please click here.