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Project Phase

  • PLANNING
  • DESIGN
  • PERMITTING
  • CONSTRUCTION

Project Overview

The preferred concept design is ready!

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This 3.39-acre site is located in southeast Bend south of Murphy Road. Running between Parrell Road and the Bend Golf Club, the rugged space offers unique design challenges and opportunities with varying topography, rock outcroppings, and mature trees.

Proposed park features include shaded lawn, preserved natural areas, picnic shelter, play area, trails and pathways, a half basketball court, and a small parking lot. Infrastructure improvements along Parrell Road will also be included in this project.

Public outreach began Winter 2021/2022 with completion of the park estimated for Spring 2024.

61012 Parrell Road

$2.37 million

System Development Charges

Spring 2024

Contact Information

For more information on the Little Fawn Park – Project #155 – Bend Golf Club Site, please contact

Ian Isaacson

Landscape Architect

Tel: (541) 706-6154

Email: Ian@bendparksandrec.org

Project and Outreach Schedule (estimated):

  • Design Consultant Selection
  • Project Kick Off
    • installation of the “we see fun coming your way!” sign – COMPLETE
    • project kick off communications – COMPLETE
  • Public Outreach, Round #1
  • Park Naming
  • Public Outreach, Round #2 – Spring 2022
    • this round of outreach presents three initial conceptual park designs and collects feedback from community members about those concepts to guide the final preferred conceptual design.
  •  Public Outreach, Round #3 –Summer 2022
    • July 19, 2022 – board approval of preferred concept design – COMPLETE
    • July 2022 – community report back on preferred conceptual park design

Please fill out the form below to sign up for project updates  and to submit a comment or project feedback.

On April 5, 2022, the BPRD Naming Committee recommended, and the Board of Directors approved, “Little Fawn Park” as this park’s name. This name aligns with the native flora or natural feature naming category in the district’s naming policy. Little Fawn recognizes that the park is home to a herd of deer, and is meant to evoke a sense of play and connection to the natural environment.