Til Taylor Park

A picture of Til Taylor Park that shows a picnic shelter, open grassy area, and the back of the memorial and wading pool.

Address: 700 SE Dorion Avenue

Originally constructed as a memorial to Sheriff Til Taylor, who was killed in the line of duty, this park is best loved for its small wading pool that provides many families a cool break in the summertime. The park also includes a Public Service Officer Memorial, restrooms, and playground equipment. The Til Taylor statue is part of the Pendleton Bronze Trail tour. 

Park Amenities:

  • Restroom: Yes
  • Drinking Fountain: Yes
  • Parking: Street Parking

Park Features:

  • Til Taylor Wading Pool (open seasonally)
  • Public Service Office Memorial
  • "Til Taylor" statue
  • Open grassy area
  • Picnic tables
  • Play equipment and swings
  • Walking trail
  • Charcoal grill
    • Bring your own charcoal and clean after use

Til Taylor Wading Pool

Picture of children swimming at the Til Taylor Wading Pool.

CLOSED FOR THE SEASON

Located in Til Taylor Park, between Dorion and Emigrant on SE 7th Street.

Opens: Summer 2019
Closed: Currently closed for the season
Hours: Noon-4 p.m. and 6-8 p.m. Monday-Saturday; Closed Sunday

The wading pool is intended for children 8 years and younger and they must be directly supervised. Clean swimming attire only. ENTRY TO TIL TAYLOR WADING POOL IS FREE!

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