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Alton Baker Park, Eugene

Categories: Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 85 reviews on the web
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  • This park provided some beautiful locations to take Senior portraits. There was a multitude of options just at the first parking lot. 
  • One of the best parks to take an in city hike, be near the Willamette river, watch the Independence Day fireworks, pre-game for Ducks football, go to a outdoor concert, or just hang out on large grass...  read more »
  • This is a great place for a short walk (on a flat surface, for those with walking difficulties) or a bike ride. It also has a small artificial lake and a frisbee golf area. 
  • This parks is so big with multiple water and even fishing spots, It has many learning opportunities via statues and plaques, planets and presidents, which is great for kids. There has been a lot of improvement here over the years & now I know why it says not to feed the ducks/geese. My favorite part?...the Poke'stops of course.
  • I went to pride with a friend and we walked around the park. It is beautiful! There is an awesome pedestrian bridge people were walking on and riding bikes on. There is great art, an island (ducks were reading on it) and a great scientific view of the shower system - they have the whole solar system set up to 1 billionth scale! My buddy was playing Pokémon Go as well. Makes for a really nice afternoon.
  • The park is great, the kids and my wife and myself had a wonderful time chasing Pokémon around the park. The paths were very well maintained wide and spacious enough for my wife and I to walk hand in hand. The trails were so nice and the scenery was so beautiful that we wound up walking close to 8 miles. My only complaint would be all of the transients. The kids wanted to run ahead and explore the river trails but I did not feel comfortable because of the transients. I know that it just part of being in a city and the park more than made up for that little detractions.
  • This park is huge, but I love it. It's got amazing trails throughout it and great scenery. One of the best places to ride your bike in this town.
  • Wonderful park for a nice walk. Only gripe is the bum encampment that never seems to relocate
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