Florence Robison Park was dedicated September 16, 2002 by the City of Battle Ground. In 1940 Florence and Arnold Robison made their family home along Woodin Creek in Battle Ground. Florence had a great sense of fun and adventure and loved green spaces, clear streams and all living things. She helped to build Battle Ground into a city through years of devotion to children and families and decades of volunteer work. We enjoy this park today as beneficiaries of that devotion. We can thank her by passing it on.
Setting amidst a local neighborhood development is a unique 5 1/2 acre urban open space area. A paved path winds its way around 3 small ponds and wetlands. Thick with vegetation, the ponds are home to a variety of birds and ducks that can be easily viewed from the path.
Unlike its neighbor to the north, Florence Robison Park South is for active youth and families looking to play and have fun! This park features a large play structure and basketball court.