Parks In Eugene An Oregon Town On the Willamette River
A park is an area of natural, semi-natural or planted space set aside for human enjoyment and recreation or for the protection of wildlife or natural habitats. It may consist of grassy areas, rocks, soil and trees, but may also contain buildings and other artifacts such as monuments, fountains or playground structures. In North America, many parks have fields for playing sports such as association football, baseball and football, and paved areas for games such as basketball. [from wikipedia]
Charnel Mulligan Park Downtown Riverfront Park Emerald Park Monroe Park Owen Rose Garden
Charnel Mulligan Park, A Park, 1699 Charnel Street, Eugene, Oregon

This quaint park was dedicated to the City of Eugene in 1984 by the family of Charnel Mulligan, a Eugene pioneer.[from Eugene website]

Emerald Park, A Park, 1300 Lake Drive, Eugene, Oregon

River Road Park and Recreation District will strive for excellence by setting and achieving high standards in the delivery of quality recreational, instructional, fitness and competitive programs, open space, and park facilities enabling residents and non-residents alike to enrich their lives.[from]

Monroe Park, A Park, West 10th Avenue and Monroe Street, Eugene, Oregon

Monroe Park is a 2.58 acre neighborhood park, located just west of downtown Eugene in the Jefferson/Westside neighborhood, at the intersection of Broadway and Monroe streets. This park was formerly the site of Lincoln Elementary School that became a city park in 1961.[from eugene government site]

Owen Rose Garden, A Park, In Eugene, An Oregon Town On the Willamette River

Nestled next to the Willamette River near the Washington Jefferson Street bridge is the eight and a half-acre park known as Owen Rose Garden. In 1951, George E. Owen, a former Eugene city councilor and lumberman, donated five acres with his house to the city. It was the first parcel in a series that now forms the section of riverfront park stretching from the Ferry Street Bridge to the Greenway bike bridge near Valley River Center. [from Eugene city website]

Downtown Riverfront Park, A New Park, Eugene, Oregon

After decades of visioning, the City of Eugene has fulfilled a long-held goal of turning the former EWEB utility operations yard into a vibrant, active, and accessible riverfront park that reconnects Downtown to the Willamette River and serves as a regional destination.[from eugene government website]

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