City Parks and Public Facilities

City Parks and Public Facilities

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McCormick Park

  • 475 S. 18th Street between Old Portland Rd., S. 18th St., & Dubois Lane; 70.33 acres; location of Parks Office & Shop
  • Milton Creek runs through park
  • 2 softball fields with restrooms and concession stands
  • 2 small ball fields
  • Sand volleyball court
  • Horse shoe pits
  • Skateboard park
  • BMX track
  • Playground
  • Off Leash area
  • 4 picnic areas with charcoal cookers;(Reservations are strongly suggested)
  • Covered Picnic shelter with water and power
  • Fitness Trail – 1.5 miles with exercise stations
  • Wooded Trails that are handicap accessible
  • Restrooms with showers
  • Veterans Memorial
  • Overnight camping (reservations not required) – 11 tent creek-side campsites with charcoal cookers
  • Sorry, no RV camping allowed

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Campbell Park

Campbell Park

  • West of intersection of North Vernonia Road/McMichael Street; 9.1 acres
  • Picnic area with 2 picnic shelters (Reservations are strongly suggested)
  • Playground
  • 2 ball fields with lights and concession stand
  • 4 tennis courts
  • Cemented, fenced basketball courts
  • Restroom

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Civic Pride

Civic Pride Park

  • Adjacent to (west of) Meriwether Lewis/William Clark Schools and Eisenschmidt Swimming Pool; 1.7 acres
  • Benches
  • Picnic tables and charcoal cookers

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Godfrey Park

  • North 4th Street, just off Columbia Boulevard; 3.5 acres
  • 1 picnic shelter
  • Picnic tables
  • Playground
  • Horseshoe pits

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Heinie Huemann

Heinie Heumann Park

  • South 15th and 16th Streets/Tualatin Street; 2.9 acres
  • Picnic tables

6th Street

6th Street Park

  • North 6th and 7th Streets/West Street; 2.93 acres
  • 2 multi-purpose athletic fields with dugouts, seating, removable goalposts
  • 2 concession stands

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Columbia Gardens

Columbia Botanical Gardens

  • North 6th Street, adjacent to B.P.O.E. (Elks) Lodge; 3.2 acres
  • One of 2 Nature Parks
  • Nature trail

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Knob Hill

Nob Hill Nature Park

  • At the South end of South 3rd Street to Plymouth Street
  • One of 2 Nature Parks
  • Nature trails

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Columbia View Park

  • Between Strand and the Columbia River, across the street from City Hall; .9 acres
  • Columbia River frontage
  • Gazebo with electricity (reservations are strongly suggested, for weddings, receptions, community events, etc.)
  • Playground
  • Handicap-access viewing platform (adjacent to Strand)
  • Picnic tables
  • Restroom with showers
  • Floral plantings

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Sand Island Marine Park

  • Manmade island at Columbia River Mile 86; east of City Hall, north of Sauvie Island; 31.7 acres
  • Concrete docks with access ramp
  • Picnic shelter
  • 37 overnight campsites with picnic tables, charcoal cookers
  • 3 composting restrooms
  • Nature trails
  • Swimming/sunbathing beaches

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Grey Cliffs Waterfront Park

  • North end of River Street on shore of Columbia River; 1.6 acres
  • Picnic tables
  • Small beach
  • River access
  • Off leash area

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Walnut Tree Park

  • Pocket Park located at Columbia Blvd and White Way
  • 100+ year old Walnut Tree
  • Bench
  • Picnic table

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Highway 30 Greenway

  • 5.3 acres strip, 35 feet wide on east side of Columbia River Highway, from Gable Road to Deer Island Road
  • Landscaped area
  • Amenities in development include pathways, benches, and landscaping

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Dahlgren Park

  • West of Highway 30 on Ross Rd. just south of Bachelor Flat Rd.
  • Amenities to be determined at a later date