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 officially turned on and ready to go for the spring/summer 2018 season! It was turned on Tuesday, April 24th. It was full of kids already having a great time! Enjoy!
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 Friends 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!
March 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