Best Public Parks in Salem

Expert recommended Top 3 Public Parks in Salem, Oregon. All of our public parks face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!


200 Water Street NorthEast, Salem, OR 97301 Directions

Since 2003

Monuments, Foot Ball Courts, Aquatic Center, Jogging, Bike Riding, Ponds, Stone Benches, Open Space, Waterfalls, Statues, Dog Parking, Kids Playing, Gardens, Shelters, Hiking Trail, Cycling, Restrooms, Walking Trails, Amphitheater, River Front Viewing Areas, Hills & Bike Racks

Riverfront Park is the City’s premier urban park in Salem with over 26 acres of parkland. It has an amphitheater, large grassy areas, play equipment, a covered rotary pavilion, and a splash pad. The park is the place to Salem’s annual events, including the 4th of July Celebration, The World Beat Festival, Holiday Tree Lighting, Summer Movies in The Park, and many walk and runs events. A dock affords access to the Willamette Queen Sternwheeler and the Willamette River.


Open 24 Hours

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890 Mission Street SouthEast, Salem, OR 97302 Directions

Since 1878

Skating, Event Conducting, Football, Grassy Fields, Dog Parking, Ponds, Swings, Fitness, Walking Trails, Mountains, Stone Benches, Soccer Fields, Jogging, Biking Rides, Picnic Areas, Hiking, Restrooms, Volleyball, Open Space, Slides, Playgrounds & Gardens

Bush’s Pasture Park has over 90.5 acres of running paths, walking, open meadows, and wooded areas near downtown Salem. It has two large open grass fields for a drop-in group of friends for a game of frisbee or to picnic and three different playgrounds. The park provides a large rhododendron garden with viewing spots, a softball/baseball field for foot play, and four lit tennis courts. Bush’s Pasture Park boasts a beautiful rose garden, has an art center in the barn and small reservable gazebo.


Mon - Sun 5:00 am - 9:00 pm

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2200 Minto Island Road SouthWest, Salem, OR 97302 Directions

Since 1867

Fitness, Football, Soccer Fields, Jogging, Swings, Restrooms, Walking Trails, Mountains, Dog Parking, Grassy Fields, Skating, Volleyball, Stone Benches, Hiking, Picnic Areas, Biking Rides, Ponds, Event Conducting, Gardens, Open Space, Playgrounds & Slides

Minto-Brown Island Park is the largest park with over 1,200 acres of lush, open, and wooded areas. It ha 30-acre, designated off-leash dog area that affords plenty of room for your dog to play, roam, and visit with other dogs. The park offers a broad range of high-quality activities and features to cater to varying interests for visiting the place.

Price: Starts from $23


Mon - Sun 6:00 am - 9:00 pm

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