Parks & Recreation

Pendleton is blessed with acres of beautiful parks scattered throughout the community. The City of Pendleton's Parks & Rec department does a fantastic job of keeping the parks and amenities like sheltered table areas, bbq grills, playgrounds, tennis courts, ball fields, horseshoe pits, walking trails and more pristine and very family friendly.aquaticcenter-300x200

Family Aquatic Center

  • 3 pools: diving pool, lap pool, zero depth fun pool
  • Gigantic water slides
  • Tot water features
  • Shelter rental
  • Concessions
  • Sand volleyball court
  • Opens June 7, 12noon to 8pm
  • Daily admission: Adults (18+)-$5.00 / 3-17 years-$3.50 / 2 & under-free with paying adult / season passes available

 

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Disc Golf in Community Park ~ Challenging 18+ 'holes', Free play, Tournaments scheduled

 

 

 

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The new Riverfront Park provides easy access to the River Walk trail along the Umatilla River

 

 

 

 

Pendleton's Riverwalk follows the Umatilla River over 3 miles right through town. Great birding, cycling, fishing & wildlife viewing!

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Community Park ~ playgrounds, shelters, tennis courts, ball fields, disc golf, family fun!

 

 

 

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The Cattle Drive sculpture park gateway is at the intersection of I84 & Hwy 395 at exit 209.

 

 

Nearby Recreation Opportunities

  • McKay Wildlife Refuge – 7 miles
  • Emigrant Springs State Park – 20 miles
  • Blue Mountains – 12 miles... hiking, mountain biking, skiing snowmobiling trails, gathering mushrooms & huckleberries
  • Wildlife viewing
  • Upland game bird & big game hunting
  • Superb fishing

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