Al Moody Park includes amenities such as a “tree house” play garden, a train engine for pre-school age children, half-court basketball, picnic tables and shelter, paved walkways, a wood fiber fitness trail, turf play area, winter sledding area and basic park amenities (trash receptacles, dog station, signs, bike racks, benches).
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The Childrens's Museum of Central Oregon is a space that would serve as an experiential learning and playing center for Central Oregon kids. The Childrens's Museum of Central Oregon is a space that would serve as an experiential learning and playing center for Central Oregon kids.
The Parkview model features 3 & 4 bedroom plans, available flex space buildout options, an optional golf cart garage and back up to the beautiful park. Enjoy easy access to the clubhouse in a private, resort style community where the beauty of nature meets the art of living.
Acquired by Bend Kiwanis with a donation from New York philanthropist, William Harmon, this park is located along the Deschutes River across the river from Drake Park. Park features include two softball fields (used as a soccer field in the fall), restrooms and a playground.
The Bend Park and Recreation Foundation is proud to present Days of Play – providing children in our community the opportunity to participate in crafts, water play, field games, sports activities and much more. Come enjoy these great recreational activities at no cost.
Hillside I Park – 2050 NW 12th Street; Hillside II Park – 910 NW Saginaw Avenue; Hixon Park – 125 SW Crowell Way; Hollinshead Park – 1235 NE Jones Rd; Hollygrape Park – 19489 SW Hollygrape Street; Jaycee Park – 478 Railroad Street; Juniper Park – 800 NE 6th; Juniper Swim & Fitness Center – 800 NE 6th St. Kiwanis Park – 800 SE Centennial Blvd.
Directions to LaPine State Park from the south: Follow Highway 97 seven miles north of LaPine. Turn left on State Recreation Rd. Continue 5 1/2 miles to campground. Directions to LaPine State Park from the north: Follow Highway 97 twenty-one miles south of Bend. Turn right on State Recreation Rd. Continue 5 1/2 miles to campground.
Larkspur Trail winds for nearly four miles along the east side of Bend, connecting several parks and Pilot Butte Middle School. The northern half of the trail, which is paved, begins in Stover Park (1650 NE Watson Drive), a popular community spot with a baseball field, playground, drinking fountain, and restrooms.
Mirror Pond was created in 1910 by the construction of the Bend Water, Light & Power Company dam which provided the city with its initial source of electricity. The dam has been owned by Pacific Power since 1926 and produces electricity for approximately 200 Bend households.
Mockingbird Gallery Located in the heart of beautiful Downtown Bend, Oregon, Mockingbird Gallery is one of the Pacific Northwest's premier Fine Art Galleries. Mockingbird Gallery features original paintings & bronze sculpture by regionally and nationally established artists.
Mt. Bachelor is open daily for the summer season through September 3, 2018, with extended operations through September if conditions allow. Summer activities include downhill mountain biking, scenic chairlift rides, disc golf, lunch at Scapolo's Bistro in the mid-mountain Pine Marten Lodge, Sunset Dinners and shopping at Gravity Sports.
In 1812, the Paisley weavers introduced an attachment to their handlooms that enabled them to use five different colours of yarn. This innovation gave the Paisley weavers a competitive edge over weavers elsewhere who were only using two colours, commonly indigo and madder.
The district has partnered with Oregon State Parks to bring neighborhood park amenities to Pilot Butte State Scenic Viewpoint. Located near the restroom building and open lawn north of the parking lot, this neighborhood park features a picnic shelter, picnic tables, a playground, plaza space, benches and shade trees.
Pine Nursery Park is a large community park and located in northeast Bend between Purcell, Deschutes Market, and Yeoman Roads and consists of 159 acres. The park includes a sports complex for field sports, natural areas, fishing pond, fitness trails, disc golf course, paved trails, a 14-acre off-leash area, all-abilities playground, pickleball courts and room for future expansion.
The Pioneer ACO Model is a CMS Innovation Center initiative designed to support organizations with experience operating as Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) or in similar arrangements in providing more coordinated care to beneficiaries at a lower cost to Medicare.
Located along the south end of Ponderosa Park near Wilson Ave., between 15th Street, the skatepark consists of an approximately 8,000 square foot main park and 4,000 square foot skatepath and features a variety of street and transition opportunities including quarter- and half-pipes, stairs, rails and ledges.
The park contains 12 miles (19 km) of the 48-mile (77 km) long Black Canyon of the Gunnison River. The national park itself contains the deepest and most dramatic section of the canyon, but the canyon continues upstream into Curecanti National Recreation Area and downstream into Gunnison Gorge National Conservation Area.
Welcome to Discover Palm Beach County. Riverbend Park Return to All Parks A-Z . NOTICE: Current concession closed as of July 31, 2017. Details REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO PROVIDE WATER SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL RENTAL EQUIPMENT CONCESSIONAIRE SERVICES
This park is located adjacent to the Awbrey Park neighborhood along the river canyon rim. It has a trail connection to the Deschutes River Trail and to Sawyer Park. A portion of the park includes canyon walls, natural areas and a steep ravine. A playground and drinking fountain offer ample opportunity for family fun.
Double Dogs – Sylvan Park: Happy Hour from 3:00pm to 7:00pm featuring $3.50 well liquor and $2.75 select domestic bottles of beer. "Beer of the Week," available all day every day, includes a rotating 22-ounce domestic beer for $3.50 and a craft beer for $3.95.
The Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve offers 8 trails to hikers that vary in terms of length, difficulty, and scenery. San Diego Tourism Authority says that three popular trails at the park are Guy Fleming Trail, Razor Point Trail, and Beach Trail. The Guy Fleming Trail is 0.7 miles and is the easiest trail at the park.