Parks and Trails

Boyd Park 
20750 NE Comet Ln.
This neighborhood park provides an interesting combination of developed areas and wild spaces. The developed portions of the park feature open lawn play areas, a picnic pavilion, a children's playground and a half-court basketball court. The wild spaces of the park include soft surface trails that wind through native landscapes with rock outcroppings and superb mountain and desert views.

Canal Row Park
1630 NE Butler Market Rd.
This neighborhood park, which opened in the Fall of 2016, features walking trails and a variety of picnic and play areas, including a seasonal water play area that celebrates the history of canals in Central Oregon.  It is wheelchair accessible.

Harvest Park 63240 Lavacrest St. 
This neighborhood park features picnic facilities, a playground, open lawn play areas, accessible pathways, and nature trails that wind through preserved natural areas.

Pine Nursery Park 3750 NE Purcell Blvd
Just east of the Boyd Acres Neighborhood is a "community" park that draws regional tournaments from pickle ball to soccer and disc golf. The 159 acres were once a U.S.  Forest Service pine nursery that was deeded to the our community.  It is popular for the off-leash dog areas and many walking trails. 

Sawyer Park 62999 OB Riley Rd. 
A large park stretching along both sides of the Deschutes River and  adjacent to the Rivers Edge golf course. A drinking fountain and portable toilet are available.  Trails lead up the river canyon for views of Mt. Jefferson and the beautiful Deschutes river.  It is a popular viewing site for migratory and riparian birds. 

Rockridge Park NE 18th Street and Egypt Drive
Our newest park, under construction, is adjacent to the Sky View Middle School. It is slated to open in the Fall of 2017.  Six acres is a neighborhood park and 30 acres considered a "community" park. It will include a skateboard area.