Types: Forests, Parks & Wildlife Areas

Ewing Young Skate Park

Ewing Young Park has a dog off-leash area, a skatepark, a BMX Track, walking trails, playground equipment, restrooms and a disc golf course.

Champoeg State Heritage Area (State Park)

Champoeg features a unique combination of history, nature, and recreation. This is the site where Oregon’s first provisional government was formed by a historical vote in 1843. Situated on the south bank of the scenic Willamette River, Champoeg’s acres of…

Rogers Landing Boat Launch

One of Oregon’s premier boating facilities on the majestic Willamette River, Rogers Landing County Park offers expansive parking and a three-lane boat launch. From land or water, Rogers Landing is one of Yamhill County’s top recreational resources. Many enjoy strolling…

Bald Peak State Park

Bald Peak (1,629′ elev.) is located where the worlds of high-tech and rural Oregon meet. Restaurants, shops, nightlife and a fast pace abound in nearby Hillsboro. Farms, wineries, fruit stands and a chance to appreciate the more subtle and sublime…

Ed Grenfell Park

Baker Creek meanders through grassy fields in this popular setting. The covered picnic shelter can be reserved for group gatherings and events.  This county park features picnicking, barbecue pits.

City Park

Adjacent to McMinnville’s Historic Downtown, City Park features a huge wooden play structure for youngsters to explore. McMinnville’s Aquatic Center, Public Library and Soper Fountain are also located within City Park.

Wortman Park

Wortman Park features 21 acres of mature fir trees and oaks, 2 miles of hard surface, accessible walking paths, disc golf course, picnic shelters, softball fields, and playgrounds.

West Hills Neighborhood Park

This park features pathways for walkers and joggers, benches, picnic tables and a playground featuring boulder elements and swing sets.  Great landscape vistas of surrounding farmland and hillsides.

Tice Woods

This natural area boasts two ponds, a wetland, an upland forest, views of Baker Creek which flows through the park, and a mile of soft-surface trails and boardwalks. Great park for bird watching throughout the seasons.

Riverside Drive Dog Park

McMinnville’s only “off-leash” area including a two-acre year-round area with soft cedar ground cover and a two-acre, lawn-turf summer area. A separate timid/small dog area is available.

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