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Alton Baker Park

Alton Baker Park |

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100 Day Island Rd
Eugene, OR 97401
Map of Alton Baker Park, 100 Day Island Rd, Eugene

Alton Baker Park is a popular urban park located in Eugene, Oregon. It is situated on the banks of the Willamette River and spans approximately 373 acres, making it one of the largest parks in the city. The park offers a wide range of recreational activities and natural beauty, attracting both locals and visitors alike.

One of the prominent features of Alton Baker Park is its extensive network of walking and biking trails. These paths wind through lush greenery, providing a serene and picturesque environment for outdoor enthusiasts. The trails are well-maintained and offer various lengths and difficulty levels, catering to different preferences and fitness levels.

The park also boasts a large open field known as the 'Whilamut Natural Area.' This expansive meadow is a popular spot for picnicking, flying kites, and playing various sports such as soccer, frisbee, and ultimate frisbee. It provides ample space for gatherings and recreational activities.

For nature lovers, Alton Baker Park offers beautiful views of the Willamette River. Visitors can stroll along the riverbanks, watch the flowing water, or even engage in water activities like kayaking and paddleboarding. The park is also home to a small lake called 'Whilamut Pond,' which attracts various bird species and serves as a peaceful retreat for birdwatchers.

Furthermore, Alton Baker Park features several amenities to enhance visitors' experiences. These include covered picnic areas, playgrounds, a dog park, and sports fields for baseball and softball. There is also an outdoor amphitheater known as the 'Cuthbert Amphitheater,' which hosts live concerts and events during the summer months.

Throughout the year, Alton Baker Park plays host to numerous community events and festivals. These include the Eugene Sunday Streets event, which temporarily closes the roads within the park to promote cycling and walking, and the annual Oregon Country Fair, a vibrant celebration of arts, crafts, and music.



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