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Alton Baker Park

200 Day Island Road

Alton Baker Park, Eugene's largest developed park, is home to dozens of recreational features and facilities serving the City of Eugene since 1959. The park is made up of two major areas: the more developed West Alton Baker Park, and the 237-acre Whilamut Natural Area.


jessica glaspey

Tuesday, July 10, 2018
I love Alton Baker Park. It is a great place right in the city to be able to get away and clear your head. There are a variety of paths to take and every time I go I find something new. The Park is dog friendly which is really great for Lucky and me. I would suggest bringing water for yourself because I didn't/ haven't seen water fountains any where yet. Also if you see a bathroom available that would be awesome to know about. I did find it helpful to have a map of the Park printed out.

Milo Miro

Friday, June 15, 2018
Ive been to parts of this extensive park .Along the river is a very picturesque walk.Easy access to walk paved paths takes one anywhere throughout this scenic ,grassy, tree friendly park.I volunteer for many events held at Alton baker (walkathons) proceeds going to many local causes.Dog friendly .Many unique places to see within the park .Bike riding is also permissible in most areas. A jogging paradise. . Picnicking yes. No overnight camping. Clean grassy lawns well maintained .Next to a huge mall across the bridge.However when it rains the grass areas become soaked and deep as 6 inches of watery mud.There are covered areas in some parts of the park. Tables seats are there as well.

Cindy Lou Joy-Meyer

Thursday, March 29, 2018
A beautiful, well kept park in downtown Eugene, Oregon. Lovely paths in the shade tree's offer a nice option for an afternoon walk. It is pet friendly and kid friendly. The Willamette River runs along side of the park. A great place for a romantic picnic or family get together. A gentle breeze of flowers will give you a peaceful, easy feeling for whatever your day is. A stress free environment where you can just let your cares and worries go.. Take a lunch break from your hectic job and return a new, refreshed person.

Melody Anne Murphy Kirk

Sunday, May 27, 2018
Alton Baker park is nice. You can rent paddle boards, canoes, or kayaks for $14 an hour. There's 2.5 miles of waterway, with Portage (where you stop and carry the boat to the next waterway, due to falls and such). So by the time you reach the lake, you're only halfway! There are also wonderful trails and benches and such in the park. We went to the Pagan Pride event late last summer, and an art event this spring.

Travis Dietz

Monday, June 18, 2018
Always beautiful and a fun place for a relaxing, nature-filled afternoon. Close to Alton baker dog park and autzen stadium. Surrounded by many well maintained walking/running trails. Great for the whole family (even the furry ones)

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