Our largest park in Sutherlin. Home of the Train, Community Center and our new 14,000 square foot playground with a 1000+ square foot Splash Pad. Douglas County's first!
The Splash Pad is now off and winterized. It will be back on dependent on the weather, late Spring or early Summer. Thanks for all who have enjoyed it!!
Train Engine & Caboose Our new Splash Pad Some of the Playground
Sutherlin Community Center Playground Area attractions
Ford's Pond - Church Road -Hwy 138
Sutherlin's newest diamond in the rough! In partnership with The Friend's of Ford's Pond. We have a Parks Master Plan and look forward to the future for this increasingly popular attraction for his array of birds, kayaking, boating, fishing and a great place to take a walk. Future plans include picnicking areas, playground and a parking lot among other ideas.
Friends of Ford's Pond -
For the recent survey regarding Ford's Pond you can review the results on this link!
October Newsletter available here!
Our thanks to Jim & Beth Houseman for the pictures of Ford's Pond and their lead in Friends of Ford's Pond!
Sutherlin Dog Park - From I-5 head east to N. Comstock to right on 6th Avenue, down to Maple Street turn left up to Edgewood. Located behind Hartley Park up on the hill. A popular spot not only for locals but for our I-5 travelers! Port-a-Potty, benches, water and cover available. No fee's and open 7-days a week.
Hartley Park - North of W. 6th Avenue across from Family Church
Triangle Park -W. Central at Visitor Center/Chamber of Commerce