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  1. Alton Baker Park, Eugene’s largest developed park, has been an indispensable part of the Eugene landscape since 1959. Located right on the banks of the Willamette River directly across from the University of Oregon, Alton Baker has provided a place for denizens of Eugene to bike, run, feed ducks and take their dogs for over fifty years.

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  2. Alton Baker Park, Eugene’s largest developed park, is home to dozens of recreational features and facilities serving the City of Eugene since 1959. The park is made up of two major areas: the more developed West Alton Baker Park, and the 237-acre Whilamut Natural Area. 373 acres (total owned by the City of Eugene) North region; Harlow Neighbors; West Alton Baker Park

  3. Alton Baker Park is a haven for all sorts of activities. The canals invite kayaking and canoeing on quiet waters fun to explore. Trails for running and biking bring in a faster crowd. Shelters can be reserved for group gatherings and picnics. Several times each summer bit events bring in hundreds of people.

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    • 632 Day Island Rd, Eugene, 97401, Oregon
  4. Alton Baker Park is located in Eugene, Oregon, United States, near Autzen Stadium. It was named for Alton F. Baker Sr., the eleventh owner of Eugene's The Guard newspaper. It features duck ponds, bicycle trails, a dog park and a disc golf course, and directly touches the Ferry Street Bridge across the Willamette River. Other amenities include the Cuthbert Amphitheater, a venue for outdoor musical and drama performances. The amphitheater is named for Fred Cuthbert, the park's designer.

  5. Comprised of 402 acres (163 ha), Eugene's largest riverfront park hosts year-round festivals, running and walking races, and community events. Visitors can enjoy Alton Baker's 230 acres (93 ha) of natural area, a fenced off-leash dog park, Cuthbert Amphitheatre, Pre's Trail, the Nobel Peace Park, and the Eugene Science Center.

    • 100 Day Island Rd, Eugene, 97401, OR
    • (541) 682-4800
  6. Alton Baker Park, Eugene’s largest developed park An indispensable part of the Eugene landscape since 1959. Located on the banks of the Willamette River directly across from the University of Oregon, Alton Baker has provided a place for denizens of Eugene to bike, run, feed ducks and take their dogs for over fifty years.

  7. Alton Baker Park, located in Eugene, Ore., is one of the largest developed parks in the city. The park offers a wide range of facilities, and organizes a variety of recreational events and activities. It has been serving the city residents since 1959. The park includes West Alton Baker Park and East Alton Baker Park.

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