Risley Park

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2350 SE Swain Ave. Milwaukie OR

Acres: 5

Amenities: Basketball, Tennis, Walking Trail, Picnic Facilities, Playground, Restrooms, Parking

 

 

Water Tower Park

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ALERT: Water Tower Park is closed until further notice due to needed cell tower repair, which is being conducted by a contractor. The tentative reopening date for the park is June 3.

9890 SE 40th Ave. Milwaukie, OR

Acres: 0.9

Amenities: Basketball, Picnic Facilities, Playground, Parking

 

 

Harmony Road Neighborhood Park

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7100 SE Harmony Rd. Milwaukie, OR
Hours: Opens half hour before sunrise and closes half hour after sunset
Acres: 1.5
Amenities: Basketball, Playground, Parking

Harmony Road Neighborhood Park is located just outside the North Clackamas Aquatic Park, and features a playground and basketball courts.

 

Century Park

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11500 SE 35th Ave. Milwaukie, OR

Acres: 0.5

Amenities: Basketball, Tennis, Playground, Parking

 

Ann-Toni Schreiber Park

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6717 SE Clackamas Rd. Clackamas, OR

Acres: 6.7

Amenities: Baseball/Softball, Basketball, Soccer, Playground, Restrooms, Parking

 

Summerfield Park

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14001 SE Summerfield Loop. Clackamas, OR

Acres: 0.9

Amenities: Basketball, Picnic Facilites, Playground, Shelter

 

Pioneer Park

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Pioneer Park is located at the corner of 152nd Drive and Pioneer Drive in Clackamas, OR.

This 2-acre neighborhood park includes a playground with climbing boulders, logs and swings, a basketball court, picnic shelter and tables, a perimeter trail and open play areas. The park was built by Icon, the developers of the adjacent new Hidden Falls neighborhood. North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District will maintain the park.

Pioneer Park is the last of the six Sunnyside Village parks that were identified through the Sunnyside Village Plan, adopted within the Clackamas County Comprehensive Plan in 1993. The plan required the purchase and development of these parks by NCPRD. Funding of these parks was provided by a special park acquisition fee paid by developers in the community. The other five parks are; Pfiefer, Village Green Park, Sieben, Summerfield and Ashley Meadows.

 

Pfeifer Park

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14074 SE 139th Ave. Clackamas, OR

Hours: Opens half hour before sunrise and closes half hour after sunset
Acres: 5.5
Amenities: Basketball, Soccer, Walking Trail, Picnic Facilities, Playground, Shelter, Parking

Pfeifer Park has a lot to offer, with playgrounds for children of various ages, a walking path that encircles the entire 5.5-acre park, a picnic shelter, and a large open multi-use lawn area. On clear days there is a stunning view of Mt. Hood off in the distance.

 

Trillium Creek Park

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Welcome the new Trillium Creek Park to the neighborhood!

16803 S.E. Anderegg Parkway, Damascus (at the intersection of Anderegg and Macanudo)

Acres: 1.39

Amenities: Playground, Basketball Court, Covered Picnic Shelter, Open Play Areas, Walking Path.

The new Trillium Creek Park opened in June 2014. The beautiful neighborhood park in the Anderegg neighborhood was funded through partnerships with North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District (NCPRD), the City of Damascus and the 2006 Metro Natural Areas Bond Measure.