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Willamette Park

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Type  Urban park
Created  1929
Area  11 ha
Location  Portland, Oregon
Status  Open 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Phone  +1 503-823-2525
Willamette Park
Operated by  Portland Parks & Recreation
Address  SW Macadam Ave, Portland, OR 97219, USA
Hours  Closed now Sunday5AM–10PMMonday5AM–10PMTuesday5AM–10PMWednesday5AM–10PMThursday5AM–10PMFriday5AM–10PMSaturday5AM–10PMSuggest an edit
Similar  Sellwood Riverfront Park, Sellwood Bridge, Ross Island, A C Gilbert's Discovery, Sellwood Park

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Willamette Park is a city park of about 26 acres (11 ha) in southwest Portland, in the U.S. state of Oregon. Located at Southwest Macadam Avenue and Nebraska Street, the park includes a boat dock and ramp, paved and unpaved paths, picnic areas, restrooms, a dog off-leash area, playground, soccer field, and tennis courts.


Bordering the Willamette River, Willamette Park offers views of Ross Island and its companions, Hardtack, East, and Toe. The Willamette Greenway Trail, part of Portland's 40 Mile Loop, passes north–south through the park, linking it to downtown Portland on the north and Miles Place, Butterfly Park, Stephens Creek, Willamette Moorage Natural Area, the Sellwood Bridge, and Powers Marine Park, all on the south. Oaks Amusement Park and, further south, Sellwood Riverfront Park, are along the east bank, opposite Willamette Park. From the north end of the park, it is possible to see great blue heron and bald eagle nests on Ross Island and the nests of osprey and Canada geese on the tops of transmission towers at Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge, beyond the east bank of the river.

Purple martins nest in white gourds attached to a pole near the boat ramp. The gourds, which other birds do not like, protect a small number of martins from losing their homes to sparrows and starlings. Other birds seen at the park include gulls, sandpipers, cormorants, kingfishers, and swallows. Beavers frequent the area. A plaque at the south end of the park honors an Oregon white oak, "one of the largest" along the Greenway.

As part of the South Portland Riverbanks Projects, the city began removing non-native plants from the south end of Willamette Park in 2006. Volunteers organized by Friends of Trees subsequently replaced them with 250 native trees and shrubs.

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