Stringfield Family Park

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3614 SE Naef Rd. Oak Grove, OR

Acres: 4.5

Amenities: Walking Trail, Picnic Facilities, Playground, Shelter, Restrooms, Parking

 

 

 

Sara Hite Memorial Rose Garden

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5440 SE Kellogg Creek Dr. Milwaukie OR

Named for a former Milwaukie Center Director, the one-acre formal Sara Hite Memorial Rose Garden is located immediately south of Milwaukie Center and the entrance to North Clackamas Park.

Garden Features

The Rose Garden’s central red brick plaza is surrounded by manicured rose beds at ground level and framed at four corners by raised beds, walkways and low plantings. The garden is available to rent for special events.

 

North Clackamas Park

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5440 SE Kellogg Creek Dr. Milwaukie, OR

Hours: Opens half hour before sunrise and closes half hour after sunset
Acres: 45
Trail length: 1.7 miles
Amenities: Baseball/Softball, Off-Leash Dog Area, Walking Trails, Picnic Facilities, Playground, Shelter, Overlook Areas, Horse Arena, Restrooms, Parking
Accessibility: See more information provided by AccessTrails
Public transit: Trimet bus #152 at *The Milwaukie Center

The largest park in the District, North Clackamas Park covers 45 acres of fields, waterways and groves of mature oak trees. The park provides unique recreational experiences for all visitors, and includes shaded picnic areas, a covered picnic shelter, softball fields, a fenced horse arena and a dog park. Additional amenities include two playgrounds, walking paths, a volleyball net and horseshoe pits. Located in Milwaukie, the park is situated next to the Milwaukie Center and Sarah Hite Memorial Rose Garden.

Camas Creek divides the park into north and south, with Mt. Scott Creek flowing west along the northern and western boundaries of the park. A network of trails and walking paths throughout the site provides connections to the many park amenities. Learn more about the newest soft-surface trail on the western edge of the park.

The park includes several natural areas and sensitive habitats, including a wooded area of Oregon White Oak and Oregon Ash, and wetland and non-wetland riparian plant communities. With its mosaic of woodlands, lawns, streams, and wetlands, North Clackamas Park provides habitat for a variety of wildlife species. Overlook areas provide the perfect place to birdwatch and enjoy nature.

 

Furnberg Park

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6850 SE Furnberg Ave. Milwaukie, OR
Hours: Opens half hour before sunrise and closes half hour after sunset
Acres: 2.6
Amenities: Soccer, Walking Trail, Playground, Picnic Facilities

Furnberg Park is a community gem tucked away in the Linwood Neighborhood in Milwaukie. A boardwalk trail curves its way through a beautiful natural area, and a walking path leads through an open lawn with picnic tables, benches and a playground.

 

Ball-Michel Park

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9781 SE Stanley Ave. Milwaukie, OR

Acres: 0.83

Amenities: Picnic Facilities, Playground, Shelter, Parking

 

Ardenwald Park

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3667 SE Roswell St. Milwaukie, OR

Acres: 1

Amenities: Playground, Shelter, Parking

 

Ella V. Osterman Park

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10501 S.E. William Otty Road, Happy Valley, OR 97086

Ella V. Osterman Park, part of the Eagle Landing development, is perched on Happy Valley’s west slope and overlooks the Clackamas area.

Acres: 31

Amenities: Picnic Facilites, Playground, Shelter

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

Acres: 5.5

Amenities: Basketball, Soccer, Walking Trail, Picnic Facilites, Playground, Shelter, Parking