Listing Types: Parks & Recreational Areas

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.

Trappist Abbey Woods

The wooded grounds of the monastery of Our Lady of Guadalupe are open to respectful visitors. A hiking trail climbs through an oak savannah to a hilltop shrine with a view across the Willamette Valley.

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.

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.

Miller Woods

Miller Woods is located 3 miles west of McMinnville and available for public hiking and activities. The 130-acre property contains a wide array of ecosystems ranging from hayfield and oak savannah to timber stands.

Joe Dancer Park

McMinnville’s sports field complex features two dozen baseball/softball fields and soccer fields. The park also features both hard surface pathways, soft forested trails, a wetland for viewing nature, and a skate park.

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.

Galen McBee Airport Park

Great Trillium beds in the spring, a flowing creek year-round, forested one-mile and ½ mile soft-trail loops with bridge crossings, and several micro-environments that are worth exploring. Picnic tables, drinking fountains and a “mushroom house” add flavor to this park.

Chegwyn Farms Neighborhood Park

The “farm theme” of this park celebrates McMinnville’s agricultural history, allows children to climb through a barn, play on a John Deere tractor, or ride a chicken!

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