Parks

Improving the quality of life of all Oregon residents by providing a wide variety of leisure and cultural activities, facilities and services that encourage positive community involvement.

Our Mission

Utmost consideration to be given to the emotional and physical well being of our citizens. To lead by example in demonstrating fair play, honesty and sportsmanship in every endeavor and to create community unity and pride.

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Maumee Bay State Park

Maumee Bay State Park offers 1,336 acres of not only the finest of recreational facilities in the Midwest, but also a unique natural environment created by the convergence of the land and Lake Erie. The lodge, cottages and golf course are nestled among the scenic meadows, wet woods and lush marshes teeming with wildlife. The balance of recreational facilities with the natural world gives visitors a diverse experience in a coastal environment.

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Pearson Metropark

The park is located in the City of Oregon, but is maintained by the Metroparks of the Toledo Area. It's boundaries are Route 2/Navarre Avenue on the south, Lallendorf Road on the west, Seaman Road on the north and Wynn Road on the east. Pearson Metropark offers fishing, sledding, a children's playground, tennis courts, picnic grounds, walking and bicycle trails and a variety of nature programs.

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South Shore Veterans Park

The South Shore Veterans Park, located on Bayshore Road, offers residents a picnic area, playground, ball diamond, basketball court, open space and an observation/sledding hill overlooking Lake Erie. During 1999, the word Veterans was added to the name of the park to recognize all the Oregon men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces.

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William P. Coontz Complex

Dedicated in 1993 for William P. Coontz, the first Recreation Director in the City of Oregon, the Coontz Complex boasts 8 baseball/softball diamonds with 5 lighted softball/baseball diamonds, and 1 lighted baseball field named for John Ousky, a former Oregon police officer active in the Police Athletic League.

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Cookies and Cram for Teens

Monday, December 18, 2017

Hey teens. Do your exams have you stressed? Stop by the Oregon Branch Teen Center to recharge. ...