Eola Bend Park

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Eola Bend Park

Oregon

(503) 588-5036

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Things To Do

Wildlife Watching
Historic Sites
Hiking
Picnicking
RVing
Water Sports

Overview

Located between the old Browns Island landfill and the Willamette River. Hundreds of volunteers planted 45,000 native trees and shrubs along the river on April 15, 2000. These native plants will help control erosion, reduce flood damage to the property, and provide critical wildlife habitat along the Willamette River. A footpath, made from recycled asphalt grindings, loops through the park and provides visitors year around access. An arbor and interpretive signs have been completed on an existing all weather pad also constructed of recycled asphalt grindings and rock. The arbor serves as the entrance to the county park and provides a location to post interpretive signs with information about the CREP, history of the area and aspects of the Willamette River Watershed. There are also several picnic tables located at the arbor and along the river for an afternoon picnic. Currently, Eola Bend is only accessible from the City of Salem's Minto Brown Island Park.

Map of Eola Bend Park

Latitude, Longitude: 44.923829, -123.071766

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Phone Numbers

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(503) 588-5036

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