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  • City working on Creekside park fixes – Sisters Nugget March 31, 2015
    Sisters NuggetCity working on Creekside park fixesSisters NuggetSisters Public Works Director Paul Bertagna explained that the land in that area is up for a land swap between the Oregon Department of Recreation and the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT). ODOT wants the land for eventual highway widening.
  • Spring conditions open Diamond Lake campgrounds early – Statesman Journal March 26, 2015
    Statesman JournalSpring conditions open Diamond Lake campgrounds earlyStatesman JournalUnseasonably warm weather and thin snow pack have created early recreational opportunities on the Umpqua National Forest in southwest Oregon. According to staff at Diamond Lake Resort, 1978 was the most recent year with weather this warm so early in …and more »
  • Grant's Getaways: Trail of Ten Falls – March 25, 2015
    kgw.comGrant's Getaways: Trail of Ten Fallskgw.comAt Silver Falls State Park, fourteen foamy white curtains whirl and ripple and tumble and shimmer at one of the most delightful parklands in Oregon. Adam Bacher …. At Silver Falls, you will find unique group camping areas like the Old and New Ranch …
  • Arizona sun on the horizon – The Register-Guard March 25, 2015
    The Register-GuardArizona sun on the horizonThe Register-Guard“You can do just about anything you want,” vouches Meldon Swanson, a longtime Lane County resident who now splits her year between Arizona and Oregon. “Or you can do nothing at all — just lay by the pool … Outdoor enthusiasts bolt to the nation's …
  • Live well for a little less – The Register-Guard March 25, 2015
    The Register-GuardLive well for a little lessThe Register-GuardIf you frequent parks and trailheads with parking fees, save by investing in a seasonal pass from jurisdictions includ-ing Oregon State Parks (, Lane County ( and the U.S. Forest Service ( Now …
  • Hillsboro City Council cranks 2015 priority list up from 10 to 11 – March 25, 2015
    OregonLive.comHillsboro City Council cranks 2015 priority list up from 10 to 11OregonLive.comThe Hillsboro City Council has cranked its annual list of priorities from 10 items up to 11. The list provides city staff with policy direction regarding spending decisions and often serves as a message to citizens about the council's overarching goals.and more »
  • Rural standoff ends in arrest – The Register-Guard March 17, 2015
    Rural standoff ends in arrestThe Register-Guard“This is Oregon State Police,” a trooper said over a loudspeaker about 6 p.m. “Put your weapons down and come out with your hands in the air. Follow the … A little before 6 p.m., a school bus arrived at the RV park and students got off and went to …and more »
  • Cottonwood Canyon State Park plans 'Taste of Oregon's Old West' – March 6, 2015
    OregonLive.comCottonwood Canyon State Park plans 'Taste of Oregon's Old West'OregonLive.comAnd, if you don't get one of 21 primitive sites or a hike-in site, there is little other tent camping on public land around, though Morro and Condon have RV parks. The picnic area has two shade coverings and restrooms with running water. J.S. Burres …
  • 10 RV Vacations You Need to Take Right Now – Yahoo Travel March 3, 2015
    10 RV Vacations You Need to Take Right NowYahoo TravelIn southern Oregon, Crater Lake National Park is named for its massive water-filled crater. The lake is filled only with rainwater and snow, and goes down 1,900 feet. This makes it the deepest lake in the United States and one of the most striking …
  • Oregon will focus on current state parks, not new ones – Statesman Journal March 3, 2015
    Statesman JournalOregon will focus on current state parks, not new onesStatesman JournalThe main sources of revenue for OPRD include the Oregon Lottery ($93.5 million), RV registrations and park fees ($114.2 million) and federal grants ($11.1 million) for a total of $218.8 million. OPRD does not receive any money from the general fund …

Things to do near ISBERG PARK or Aurora

Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum ( Home of the Spruce Goose ) ( 16.5 miles )
Oaks Amusement Park ( 17.9 miles )
Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden ( 18.9 miles )
Portland Children's Museum ( 19.5 miles )
Oregon Zoo ( 19.6 miles )
Hoyt Arboretum ( 20.0 miles )
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry ( 20.2 miles )
Portland Japanese Garden ( 20.3 miles )
Washington Park ( 20.4 miles )
International Rose Test Garden ( 20.4 miles )

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