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Modified operations due to COVID-19:
Parks and trails open with temporary use and distancing rules.
Playgrounds and basketball/volleyball courts closed.
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Limited reopening beginning in June.

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Al Moody Park

2225 Northeast Daggett Lane, Bend, OR, United States

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PUBLIC HEALTH ALERT: For all BPRD parks and trails

Oregonians are strongly encouraged to stay home, save lives. Do not gather in parks or on trails.
Temporary use rules:

  • Playgrounds, exercise equipment and basketball and volleyball courts remain closed.
  • Skateparks and pickleball, tennis, horseshoes and bocce ball courts are now open.
  • Walking, running, biking, skating or using a wheelchair or other mobility device while maintaining at least six feet between people is allowed.
  • Stay six feet from others.
  • Visit less popular parks and trails and/or at less popular times.
  • Go solo or only with members of your household. No groups.
  • Off-leash dog areas, picnic shelters and restrooms remain open.
  • On trails, offer a wide-berth when passing.
  • Wash hands before and after any visit to a park or trail.
  • Bring your own water. Drinking fountains are not available.
  • Keep dogs on leash. It's the law in Bend.
  • Follow local and national health guidance.
  • If you're sick, stay home.

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).

Approximately 60% of the site will preserve the natural character of the area. The rock ridge which bisects the park will be protected as an “area of special interest” or ASI, which will maintain the juniper, pine, rabbit brush and alpine current vegetation and associated wildlife such as quail, yellow marmots (rockchucks) and squirrels.

The “Roots and Shoots” organization has provided a butterfly garden along the primary trail utilizing native shrubs and perennials. Ensworth Elementary School is working on an “Art Discovery Trail” designed to stimulate creative thinking and movement. The school is also our “Adopt-a-Park” partner.

5 am to 10 pm

2225 Northeast Daggett Lane, Bend, OR, United States (Directions)

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16.7 acres

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This location offers a family-friendly atmosphere for the kids to play on the playground or play basketball, perfect for birthday parties or small gatherings .

  • 3 fixed rectangle tables under the shelter and 4 small square tables outside the shelter.
  • Basketball court (half court)
  • Playground
  • Open lawn areas and trails
  • Seasonal restrooms and drinking fountain
  • Art Discovery Trail

Learn more about this rental.

Care for Parks, Trails & Off Leash Areas

Volunteers help keep Bend’s parks, trails and off leash areas beautiful and safe places for everyone to enjoy!

Adopt-a-Park or Trail or Off Leash Area

Groups, businesses, schools, families or individuals can adopt a park, off leash area or section of Bend’s urban trail system. Volunteers help care for their adopted space by visiting regularly all year – picking up litter, pulling invasive weeds and keeping an eye out for vandalism, weather damage and potential safety hazards. Volunteers make at least a one year commitment and complete a monthly volunteer activity report.

Group Park Projects:

Your group can make a big impact by helping with a landscape maintenance project in a park.

Opportunities may be available in spring and fall, depending on the weather and vary based on the size of the group and current District needs. Projects are typically 2-3 hours and may include activities such as raking planting areas, spreading bark or playground chips, pulling invasive weeds and picking up litter. BPRD staff provides support for your group’s efforts and supplies any tools or materials needed for the project.

For more information about adopting a park or trail or scheduling a project for your group, contact:

Kim Johnson
Community Engagement Supervisor
Email Kim Johnson
  

Trail, park or property information:

For feedback on the parks, trails or facilities, email info@bendparksandrec.org

Uniquely named at Bend Park and Recreation District, Wildside play areas are specially designated natural play areas within parks for free-form play. Imagine a vacant lot where you may have created bike jumps or built forts as a kid. Wildside spaces are outside of pristine habitat or developed areas where it’s okay to be creative. Children are encouraged to dig, stack logs and even create their own forts and other structures with logs, tires, PVC pipe and other materials.

Learn more about Wildside Play Areas and Natural Play Areas.

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This location offers a family-friendly atmosphere for the kids to play on the playground or play basketball, perfect for birthday parties or small gatherings .

  • 3 fixed rectangle tables under the shelter and 4 small square tables outside the shelter.
  • Basketball court (half court)
  • Playground
  • Open lawn areas and trails
  • Seasonal restrooms and drinking fountain
  • Art Discovery Trail

Learn more about this rental.

Wildside Play Area

Uniquely named at Bend Park and Recreation District, Wildside play areas are specially designated natural play areas within parks for free-form play. Imagine a vacant lot where you may have created bike jumps or built forts as a kid. Wildside spaces are outside of pristine habitat or developed areas where it’s okay to be creative. Children are encouraged to dig, stack logs and even create their own forts and other structures with logs, tires, PVC pipe and other materials.

Learn more about Wildside Play Areas and Natural Play Areas.

Adopt a Park

Care for Parks, Trails & Off Leash Areas

Volunteers help keep Bend’s parks, trails and off leash areas beautiful and safe places for everyone to enjoy!

Adopt-a-Park or Trail or Off Leash Area

Groups, businesses, schools, families or individuals can adopt a park, off leash area or section of Bend’s urban trail system. Volunteers help care for their adopted space by visiting regularly all year – picking up litter, pulling invasive weeds and keeping an eye out for vandalism, weather damage and potential safety hazards. Volunteers make at least a one year commitment and complete a monthly volunteer activity report.

Group Park Projects:

Your group can make a big impact by helping with a landscape maintenance project in a park.

Opportunities may be available in spring and fall, depending on the weather and vary based on the size of the group and current District needs. Projects are typically 2-3 hours and may include activities such as raking planting areas, spreading bark or playground chips, pulling invasive weeds and picking up litter. BPRD staff provides support for your group’s efforts and supplies any tools or materials needed for the project.

For more information about adopting a park or trail or scheduling a project for your group, contact:

Kim Johnson
Community Engagement Supervisor
(541) 706-6127
Email Kim Johnson
  

Contact

Trail, park or property information:

For feedback on the parks, trails or facilities, email info@bendparksandrec.org