Jasper State Recreation Site

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Jasper State Recreation Site

Oregon

(541) 937-1173

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Overview

Jasper State Recreation Site is a 60-acre riverside park downstream from Elijah Bristow. A fun place for family outings and a perfect destination for reunions and weddings. A natural area bisected by walking trails lies just upstream from the group picnic areas. The park is home to a variety of native birds, including herons, osprey, hawks and many songbirds. Trails offer anglers access to a riverbank shaded by giant cottonwoods and maple trees.

The park has plenty of room for games, picnics and fishing. The reservable group shelters come complete with covered cooking facilities.In spring, songbirds abound along the river and among the wooded patches. There are four group shelters (one holds up to 150, the other three hold 100 people each).

Map of Jasper State Rec. Site (OR)

Latitude, Longitude: 43.989809, -122.905264

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Activities

  • Fishing

    Trails offer anglers access to a riverbank shaded by giant cottonwoods and maple trees.

  • Hiking

    A natural area bisected by walking trails lies just upstream from the group picnic areas. The park is home to a variety of native birds, including herons, osprey, hawks and many songbirds.

  • Picnicking

    The park offers four group picnic shelters, large grassy play areas, two playgrounds and ball fields, and a volleyball set-up. The four group shelters (one holds up to 150, the other three hold 100 people each) are reservable.

Seasonality/Weather

Jasper State Recreation Site is open May 1 to September 30. This park requires a day-use permit.

Park Partners

The Middle Fork Willamette Watershed Council

Our purpose is to serve "...as a volunteer-based partnership of diverse watershed stakeholders that focuses on promoting sustainability and making the Middle Fork Willamette Watershed a better place to live, work, and visit; for now and future generations." The Council works together as a community to restore and sustain the ecological integrity and economic viability of the Middle Fork Willamette Watershed and to promote local control of the future by providing effective voluntary solutions to watershed issues.

(541) 937-9800

Directions

Driving

12 miles southeast of Eugene, take Jasper Park Rd. north off Hwy 58.

Phone Numbers

Primary

(541) 937-1173

Campground reservations

(800) 452-5687

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