Oregon Park List

Crowell Court Park

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Crown Point State Scenic Corridor

Millions of visitors driving from Portland through the Columbia River Gorge don't realize the full impact of its beauty until they come around the bend near Corbett at exit 22 and see the famous building on the top of the cliff to the right. This is Crown Point and ...

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Croxton Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: A 20,000 square foot concrete facility shared by bikes, boards, and blades. Alos restrooms, a pond and picnic ...

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Crystal Creek Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: On Bus Route, Public ...

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Crystal Lake Sports Fields

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: restrooms, soccer, softball, baseball, boat ramp, bike paths, hiking, nature ...

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Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden

Located on seven acres in a beautiful woodland setting, the pathways of Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden wind invitingly through more than 2,500 rhododendrons, azaleas, and companion plants. Beginning in early spring and continuing into summer, they provide a magnificent display of color, giving visitors the opportunity to view ...

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Custer Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: soccer, softball, playground, ...

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D River State Recreation Site

The shortest river in the world, D River flows a mere 120 feet from Devils Lake into the roaring ocean. The park is right off the highway with easy access to a busy -- and reliably windy --beach. D River Wayside is home to a pair of the world's ...

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Dabney State Recreation Area

The classic summer place, Dabney has been a popular cooling-off swimming and picnic spot for over 50 years. It's easy to see why when you visit. The lower, older part of the park at the west end features an asphalt trail leading down to a classic swimming hole. Large ...

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Dairy Creek Park

Lake Horton Park is 82 acres and offers 2.8 miles of paved walking trails, boat ramps, picnic areas and fishing. No swimming, skiing, scuba diving or other bodily contact with the water is allowed. Restrooms, picnic facilities, drinking ...

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Darlingtonia State Natural Site

Darlingtonia State Natural Site is the only Oregon state park property dedicated to the protection of a single plant species. Concurrently, the plants it protects are the only carnivorous flora in the system. This 18-acre botanical park provides parking and a boardwalk trail out into a fen that is ...

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David's Windsor Park

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Davis Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: 2.6 acres, Skateboard park, Walking paths, Play area, Half-court basketball areas, Picnic ...

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Davis Park Site

This undeveloped, natural river area is at the end of Revere Street. It is across the river from the First Street Rapids Park. ...

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Dawson Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: basketball, volleyball, picnic, playground, ...

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Dayton Landing

Located five miles upsteam from the Willamette River at the confluence of the Yamhill River and Palmer Creek, this 1.4-acre county park has a small boat ramp and ample parking. A footbridge connects Dayton Landing to the City of Dayton's Alderman Park, across the Yamhill. A nature trail beginning ...

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Dean Creek Elk Viewing area

The Dean Creek Elk Viewing Area is a mosaic of pastures, woodlands, and wetlands, providing a variety of wildlife viewing experiences. A herd of 60 to 100 Roosevelt elk are year-round residents, and visitors can also view numerous birds in the area, including waterfowl. Each of 2 viewing areas ...

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Debo Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: Playground, Picnic Tables, ...

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Deer Creek Park

A nature lover's delight, this park contains the largest wet prairie ecosystem in the lower Willamette Valley. The tall-grass prairie at Deer Creek Park attracts regional attention each spring when both very rare and more common wildflowers burst into bloom. Located in Gopher Valley at the confluence of Cronin ...

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Deerfield II Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: On Bus Route, Public ...

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Deerfield Park

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Del Rey Beach State Recreation Site

The ocean is a just a short walk from Del Rey's quiet, secluded parking area. If ever there was a place to play, fly a kite, build a sandcastle or picnic, this is it. The sunsets can be spectacular, ...

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Deline Park

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Delta Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: volleyball, basketball, soccer, softball, dog park, picnic, playground, path, ...

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Delta Ponds

Delta Ponds is a 150-acre waterway site consisting of numerous ponds, channels, wetlands, and associated riparian areas. This unique natural area owned by the City of Eugene borders a stretch of the Willamette River, just downstream from Valley River Center. For many, it is a favorite spot for bird ...

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Delta Waters Park

Have a great time at this park! Some of the amenities include: baseball, playground, soccer, softball, ...

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Deschutes National Forest

In 1908, the Deschutes National Forest was established from parts of the Blue Mountains, Cascade, and Fremont National Forests. In 1911, parts of the Deschutes National Forest were split off to form the Ochoco and Paulina National Forests and parts of the Cascade and Oregon National Forests were added ...

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Deschutes River State Recreation Area

The Deschutes River State Recreation Area is a tree-shaded, overnight oasis for campers. The sparkle-laden, swift, green rush of the Deschutes converges with the Columbia here, and there's no better place for family outing activities like hiking, mountain biking, camping, rafting, world-class steelhead and trout fishing, and equestrian trail ...

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Detroit Lake

Located in the rugged mountain forests below Mt. Jefferson, Detroit Lake is stored water from the Santiam River. Detroit Dam rises 463 feet above its foundation in the narrow, steep and rocky slopes of the North Santiam Canyon. The 400-foot-deep lake was created in 1953 when the U.S. Army ...

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Detroit Lake State Recreation Area

Located in the Cascade Mountains, Detroit Lake State Park is the gateway to beautiful Detroit Lake. The 400-foot-deep lake was created in 1953 when the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers completed the Detroit Dam project. The lake is over nine miles long with more than 32 miles of shore ...

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