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Hendricks Park

2198 Summit Ave, Eugene, OR 97403-2105
+1 541-682-4800
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Still a wonderful natural park

I have been coming up to this park even as far back as when they had Elk, and Deer pens. The park... read more

Reviewed 7 October 2017
tom s
Duvall, Washington
Urban Forest

My wife grew up in Eugene and never tires of going to Hendricks Park. It changes with the seasons... read more

Reviewed 3 October 2017
Eugene, Oregon
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“tall trees” (5 reviews)
2198 Summit Ave, Eugene, OR 97403-2105
+1 541-682-4800
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Reviewed 7 October 2017

I have been coming up to this park even as far back as when they had Elk, and Deer pens. The park is great, and so pretty. I go there every time when I go to Eugene.

Thank tom s
Reviewed 3 October 2017

My wife grew up in Eugene and never tires of going to Hendricks Park. It changes with the seasons. The tall trees and the trails and the fabulous rhododendron gardens. One of my favorite viewpoints to look out over Eugene.

Thank iberichieg
Reviewed 3 October 2017 via mobile

A good area for a picnic and nice trails to walk around after eating. Clean bathrooms. Tall tree's... nature!

Thank Nikkie G
Reviewed 17 August 2017

I loved walking the rhododendron garden. And in July, there were still a few in bloom. There are quite a few paths. The park consists of quite a few acres. I would hesitate to recommend to someone who is mobility impaired. It's very hilly. Many...More

Thank BamaVol
Reviewed 13 August 2017

Situated on a hill top righ in the middle of the Eugene / Springfield area that's very easy to access. This a tranquil park. It also has a picnic area,

Thank Kerrie Lea C
Reviewed 12 July 2017

We visited Hendricks Park in late April, the blooming rhododendron's were breathtaking. Definitely worth checking out.

Thank jandktibbitts
Reviewed 11 July 2017 via mobile

Great views if the city of Eugene - elevation is a little over the Willamette Valley and city of Eugene. Clumps of trees five feet in diameter, tall western furs, and amazing azalea gardens. Plenty of parking and a great place to be within nature

Thank Tom b
Reviewed 24 June 2017

Hendricks Park is easily accessible by car to downtown Eugene and the university. There are two distinct areas - the rhododendron garden with several meandering paths and beautiful landscaping, and hiking trails in the forest. Because it's not a huge park the trails aren't terribly...More

1  Thank Nyllie
Reviewed 26 May 2017

The hushed, winding road takes you uphill, along the edge of a neighborhood, into the dappled forest. Oregon is known as the land of pointed things - magnificent firs, cedar, alders, dogwoods , ferns and other wild trees. So very green. This visit, just last...More

1  Thank Paula G
Reviewed 24 May 2017

This is a favorite picnic destination for our crew members. The rhodys are so worth the visit this time of year. Many are decades old. Old growth forest for the canopy, and cool paths to walk through the park. Nice views of the surrounding area...More

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