Phase 1 is the bowl section. Note the door, cradle, and tractor seat with stairs.
Opened: April 14, 2007 (tentative schedule)
Size: 8,000 + square feet
Cost: $403,000 *
Rules: Park is mostly ADA compliant and all pedestrian users are allowed (skateboards, bikes, scooters, inline skates, wheelchairs, etc.)
Facilities: Parking, restroom, ... (fountain?)
Location: Right on Highway 730, can't miss it. Irrigon is along the Columbia River and just a handful of miles north of I-84, so it is an easy sidestop during roadtrips and travels.
Directions: I-84, exit #168 (Boardman Junction). Go North on Highway 730 (Columbia River Highway) about 8 miles. Park will be along Hwy 730.
Map: Google map (not address specific)
City of Irrigon
Jerry Breazeale, City Manager
1095 NE Main Ave
History: Mayor Don Baxter reached out to community looking for positive recreation. A committee was created with the local youth and plans and hopes were drawn up for a 16k square foot facility. Someone must be an excellent writer because the City was very successful in receiving grants including