Spring 2023 Registration: Feb. 6-8
Feb. 6 at 6 am: Recreation/enrichment and sports programs.
Feb. 7 at 6 am: Swim lessons/programs.
Feb. 8 at 6 am: Sports leagues including adult and youth roller hockey, adult softball and adult and boys volleyball leagues.
Online Playbook available Feb. 2
Ice skating, hockey, curling & more!
Now through mid-April at The Pavilion.
River access at Columbia Park is closed: Since July 22, 2020 the river access point at Columbia Park has been closed due to safety concerns and to prevent further erosion of the river bank. Reopening of this access point is dependent on the outcome of the McKay, Miller’s, and Columbia River Access Project. To learn more, please visit the project page.
For other river access locations, check out the park locator.
Located along the western edge of the Deschutes River, the park consists of two distinct shelves.
The upper shelf has picnic tables, a large lawn, a horseshoe pit, and a playground featuring the “SS Columbia” ship-like structure, a favorite for kids of all ages, and is known as the “Pirate Ship Park” by many in the community.
The lower shelf includes the trail that runs north and south along the eastern edge of the river and connects with the pedestrian bridge over the river. Benches allow visitors to relax and enjoy the river view. A chain link fence and a steep drop prohibit river access.