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 There are 21 parks in Pendleton.


 Pendleton Community Park
Roy Raley Park Sign
Roy Raley Park 
Trailhead Park
Trailhead Park
River Parkway/Skateboard
Pioneer Park 
Pioneer Park features castle like playground 



Grecian Heights Park 
soccer, walk, swing 

Centennial Park

Museum Park

Stillman Park

Til Taylor

Aldrich Park

Sargent City Park

Brownfield Park

Sherwood Park

Rice Blakey Park

May Park
 
Union Pacific Shelter
 
Riverfront Plaza
 
Kiwanis Park

McKay Park 

Airport Park 

Vincent Park 
       

The fine residents of Pendleton, Oregon are very proud of their 21 parks and desirably so.  Combined, these parks have a lot to offer. Pendleton designates some of the parks for important activities.  Roy Riley park, for example, hosts the National Night Out in September with plenty of free fun for the entire family.  During round-up, there will be Native Indians vendors selling delicious Indian Tacos and other great food and merchandise. Pendleton Community park is the largest park in Pendleton and host the fireworks on the 4th of July.  Stillman Park host the cowboy breakfast during roundup.  Rice Blakey park is a popular place to hold a wedding.

At these 21 beautiful parks, you will find places to have picnics, BBQ's, and family reunions, play softball, tennis, soccer, disc golf, rugby, walking paths, exercise your dog, play in the creek, horseshoes, playground equipment, basketball hoops, study a variety of trees and birds, and much, much more.

To reserve one of the many shelters call the Pendleton Parks and Recreation at 541-276-8100. More detailed information can be obtained by linking on the images below.  The Pendleton Parks and Recreation also has a very informative website at: http://www.pendletonparksandrec.com/parks

 

 


 

 


 

       
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