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West Linn, Oregon Parks - Hammerle Park

Hammerle Park is a 5 acre plus park located in West Linn, right off Hwy 43. This park, during the hot summer days, is great for kids as it has a wading pool that is only about a foot deep, but to a hot child, that is all they need!

This park also has swings, slides, and two different sets of playground equipment, one for older kids and one for kids under three. (Personally, I love this, as usually younger kids get run over on the bigger equipment by older and faster kids.)

Located at the north end of the park they have a Tennis court for anyone to use, and on the North side, they have two baseball fields that are pretty well taken care of compared to some of the ones I've seen in recent years.

The park also has bathrooms, so no need to leave the park if the kids should have to go, and for those of you with kids, you know how frustrating that can be.

The park also features a covered area for picnicking. But on the summer weekends, you do need to reserve it, as the park can be rather busy.



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Comment balloon 2 commentsRespect Realty LLC • July 27 2008 11:07PM


Nice post and photos Todd - I love all the greenery you guys have up's so hot and really barren at this time of the year for us.

Posted by Mary Warren about 11 years ago

Mary - At 114 degrees, I can't understand why you don't have green? Personally I think there should be no life at that tempature, but you guys down there seem to survive.

Posted by Respect Realty LLC, Brokers - Oregon / SW Washington Real Estate (Respect Realty LLC) about 11 years ago

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