George S. Birnie Park

The George S. Birnie Park is a 2.2 acre facility located on "C" Avenue near Sixth Street.  See: map.

Birnie Park has a new, ADA-approved playground, picnic tables, a small picnic shelter and restrooms.  There is also an Oregon Trail Display designed by local artists Don Gray and Tom Dimond.  The display consists of a series of eight oval, glazed ceramic columns with cast bronze caps.  The columns symbolize a pioneer family and aspects of a trip through the Grande Rond Valley by covered wagon.

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