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All reviews willamette river bike ride miles and miles wild blackberries dog owners dog area walking trails maintained trails recent addition plenty of open space bald eagles downtown salem great place to walk open fields pedestrian bridge porta potties play structure
This park is a beautiful area for taking a stroll, riding a bike, or walking your dog. It was clean, has public restrooms, and also has a grass stadium seating area for when they have events in the park.
I visited early on a Sunday...More
Miles of bike or walking paths, including along the river, make this a great place for a sunny afternoon. Watch a blue heron on a sandbar, pick wild blackberries in August, or take your dog to the only off-leash dog park in the county.
A beautiful location to walk, run, bike, or stroll. Just stay in pairs as some of the wooded areas get thick. Walkers be aware that the bikes think they own the paths and will need to get around you so they may speak up to...More
Worlds best Dog Park green and treed area thats really large and safe, several trails leads into wooded areas dirt and bike trails. Easy trail to Willamette river follow river trail and it will eventually cross river and you be at River Park in downtown...More
The park was originally centered at the island with good amenities, dog park, blackberries, riverside walking, bike riding, some easy off-road biking. Last year the park was extended by a walk bridge into the riverfront of Salem. Now from the Riverfront park anyone has the...More
If you are looking for a park to walk, jog, take your dog, take some photos, go for a bike ride, get down to the water, get lost in the woods, walk into the downtown area...let me tell you, Minto-Brown is the place to visit....More
This is a large expanse of land that accommodates hikers, bicyclers, and dog owners. It is easily entered and always popular with the locals. The recent addition of the pedestrian bridge from the waterfront park adds to its accessibility.