Parks & Recreation
The Silverton Reservoir & Marine Park are currently closed to allow access by federal agencies to the water source to assist in fighting fire.
COVID-19 Information for Parks & Recreation
City Parks, Pool & Trails
With Marion County's Phase 2 approval, the City of Silverton has partially lifted closure restrictions based on state protocols. Further updates will be provided on this page.
The following public areas are open daily, 6 a.m. to 9 p.m., as long as you are practicing physical distancing; minimum separation of six (6) feet:
City parks are open for use of open space areas and trails.
- Playgrounds at City of Silverton parks are open, including Lincoln Park, Pioneer Park, and Coolidge McClaine Park. Physical distancing of at least six (6) feet between people from different households at outdoor playgrounds, tables, benches, and other gathering areas, should be maintained at all times. Hand washing or sanitizer is encouraged when patrons are in and around playground and picnic areas.
Parks and Recreation operations are performed by the Public Works Maintenance Division. The City also has a cooperative agreement with the Silver Falls school district for public use of certain school grounds.
City Parks and Recreation Facilities Parks
The City of Silverton currently has eight parks including neighborhood parks, a marine park, a skate park and a dog park. Activities and facilities range from hiking trails, picnic areas, and children's play equipment to boating and fishing.
The Silverton Community Center Gym is located at 421 S Water Street. The gym is available for rent to City of Silverton residents and City of Silverton Organizations.
The Silverton Community Pool is maintained jointly by the Maintenance & Water Quality Divisions. Pool supervision, classes, and reservations are provided by the Silver Falls Family YMCA.