Welcome to Pendleton Parks and Recreation
The Pendleton Parks & Recreation Commission is creating a North Bank Umatilla Advisory Committee to create a vision for the north side of the Umatilla River. This visioning effort will be funded by a grant the city has received with the help of Blue Mountain Land Trust.
The weather has started to cool (for the most part), school is underway, the Pendleton Round-Up festivities are underway, which means it is that time of year for the Fall Activity Flyer!
The 2018 Fall Activity Flyer is out now. It has information about what's happening in September and October. The next flyer will be out at the end of October and will cover November and December.
Digital copies can be found:
City of Pendleton Parks are now Tobacco-Free!
Pendleton Parks and Recreation is excited to join other Oregon park systems in becoming 100% tobacco-free. This policy supports our mission to promote healthy lifestyles and environments for residents and park visitors in Pendleton.
During the summer, we open as many restrooms as possible. However, please note that it is not currently possible to open every restroom in our entire park systems. This is due to several reasons including staffing, vandalism, maintenance, and so on. We make every effort to open as many restrooms as possible. One of the methods we use to keep as many restrooms in service as possible is to open only one side at certain parks. This allows us to repair any damage or vandalism if it occurs while opening the other side.
For those who prefer the convenience of registering from the comfort of home, or wherever you and your mobile device happen to be, here's a PDF of the procedure you'll follow.