Port of Arlington
Cottonwood Canyon State Park
Condon City Park
Jagged cliffs, steep canyon walls, and an untamed river provide the backdrop for Oregon’s newest and second largest state park. The sprawling 8,000 acre oasis is a gateway to adventure, offering excellent fishing plus plentiful hiking, wildlife viewing, and star-gazing opportunities.
Cottonwood Canyon opened in September 2013 and includes a day-use area, primitive 21-site campground, and a nearby boat launch at J.S. Burres Park. There’s also a unique interpretive center, which introduces visitors to life on an Eastern Oregon ranch.
Located on the south end of the city along Main Street, the Condon City Park is the crown jewel of the community. The park offers a children’s play structure, shady area with flowers and peaceful water features. Picnic tables are available, as well as ADA restroom facilities (closed during winter). Recently, the Park underwent a major renovation to improve accessibility and ensure it remains an open, inviting space for community members and visitors.
Earl Snell Park
Park and floating dock. In the summer you can swim, fish, play volleyball, basketball or horseshoes. There is a jungle gym for kids and an old caboose for fun. The gazebo provides a wonderful place for picnics. Open year-around.
To schedule areas of the park for events, please call the City of Arlington (541) 454-2743
To schedule the park for events call the City of Condon (541) 384-2711