Minto-Brown Island Park encompasses 1,200 acres of lush, open, and wooded terrain. This makes Minto-Brown Island Park not just the largest park in Salem but also larger than New York City's Central Park. There is a 30-acre off-leash dog area with lots of space for your dog to wander, play, and socialize with other dogs. This park is also a wildlife and waterfowl sanctuary, which you can see from the observation platforms along the sloughs. Many diverse wetland wildlife, including blue herons, ospreys, squirrels, and rabbits, call this area home. Walk, run, or bike any of the nine loops' 29 miles of path. Riverfront Park is also accessible via the Peter Courtney Minto Island Bicycle and Pedestrian Bridge. The Union Street Railroad Bridge connects the riverfront area to the Wallace Marine area.
Permit Fee - Expedited $54 Per Permit
Permit Fee $27 Per Permit