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Florence has plenty of outdoor amenities.  You do not have to go far to experience nature—even inside the City limits.  We invite you to join our City in Motion by taking some time to experience and enjoy your neighborhood parks and trails.

The City of Florence has over 154 acres of park land at 20 sites.  Of these, 13 parks provide recreational amenities such as playgrounds, trails, community gathering areas, playing or watching sports, and enjoying the outdoors.  The remaining 7 are undeveloped sites.  Please go to the links below for information about our parks.  We also have the article that recently appeared in our newsletter available: Get to Know Your City Parks,  which includes descriptions, pictures, and a map of Miller Park.  We have also developed a Bike Friendly Route Map with 5 bike-friendly routes that take you on a tour of our parks and allow you to enjoy the City of Florence.


Mark Durbin, Parks Supervisor
mark [dot] durbin [at] ci [dot] florence [dot] or [dot] us

Reserve a Park:

To reserve a City Park, please fill out the Special Event/Park Use Application found under Supporting Documents and return it to the City Recorder's Office at City Hall. Please note, if you plan to amplify sound you will need to apply for a noise variance with the form below.

For questions, please contact City Recorder Kelli Weese at 541-997-3437 or kelli [dot] weese [at] ci [dot] florence [dot] or [dot] us.

Volunteer at a Park:

City Parks: 

Click any thumbnail image to view a slideshow

12th St. Multi-Use Path18th St. Pocket ParkBleachers at Miller ParkFlags at Veterans' Memorial ParkGallagher's ParkView from the Gazebo at Old Town ParkE. O. Hurd Memorial ParkView of River from Hurd ParkSiuslaw Interpretive WaysideMunsel Greenway ParkVeterans' Memorial ParkMunsel Creek Bike PathMunsel Road ParkPepperoaks ParkMiller Park PlaygroundTennis and Pickleball Courts at Rolling DunesPicnic Area at Rolling DunesSinging Pines Dog ParkSinging Pines Playground