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Wednesday, August 28, 2019
Outdoors in Oregon

Get on your bike and ride.

The Oregon Trail System

The City of Oregon is actively working on a bikeway network that when completed will help create a route from the Maumee River to Maumee Bay State Park, with connections to many Oregon locations such as schools, Pearson Metropark, Oregon’s Municipal and Recreational Complex, Clay High School Complex, South Shore Park, and the James A. Haley Boardwalk.

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Go Take A Hike

The City of Oregon provides a variety of recreational opportunities for residents, workers, and visitors to the area. The City is home to Pearson Metropark, Maumee Bay State Park, South Shore Park and the Coontz Recreational Complex. Maumee Bay State Park has over 1,800 acres. The northern border is one mile of shoreline on Lake Erie. Maumee Bay has an eighteen hole Arthur Hill golf course, lodge and conference center, cabins, campgrounds, inland lake, nature trail, tennis courts, sledding hill and amphitheater.

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One of the Best Cities for Outdoor Lovers

The Outdoor Lover Index is representative of how many outdoor places there are, per person, in a given city.

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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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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.