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Garfield Park

New Splashpad at Garfield Park - Photo courtesy Bob Palermini
The Garfield Park Splash Pad is closed for season. The pad will open Memorial Day Weekend 2022. 

Garfield Park is approximately three acres and located on the corner of East Main and Garfield Streets. The park offers a playground, basketball court, restrooms, sand-pit volleyball court, a splash pad and more! This park is open from dawn until dusk. The park is dog friendly. (Photo courtesy Bob Palermini) 

View an aerial photo (PDF format).
 

Several improvements in 2016... 
  • New splash pad at the water play area
  • Shade shelters
  • Drinking fountains
  • New basketball court
  • Renovated volleyball court and surrounding wall
  • Redesigned landscape and sidewalks
Crossfit Inconceivable has adopted Garfield Park. Learn more about our Adopt-a-Park Program.
 
Visit the APRC home page or call 541.488.5340 for more information.

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