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For after-hours and weekend emergencies, please contact Willamette Valley Dispatch Center 541.265.4231.
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The City has established an email notification list for the public who wish to be notified of pesticide application. Notifications will be emailed out no later than 24 hours prior to application.
Features a large fenced dog park, covered picnic shelter, small playing field, picnic tables, BBQ grill, play structure and restrooms.
Between NW 8th and 10th
Two ball fields (restrooms and concession stand in-season). To reserve the field, fill out our reservation form.
Picnic and playground facilities include slides, swings, climbing structure, picnic tables, volleyball net, BBQ grills, covered picnic shelter. The shelter is reservable. Contact us with questons at 541 265 7783 or complete our reservation from. This park also has a Quest from the Oregon Coast Quest Book (Búsqueda de la Costa de Oregon). Click here for English and here for Spanish
Coast Park is our newest Park, featuring state of the art play equipment, a magnificently detailed shipwreck, a wetland garden, and more.
832 W. Olive St.(Restroom)
Vietnam Veterans Memorial, gazebo, cobblestone pathway with beach access, sitting area. The gazebo is reservable for events. Contact us with questions at 541 265 7783 or complete our reservation form.
Downtown sitting area.
Baseball and softball fields, four tennis courts, four pickleball courts, playground equipment, community garden, Summer Activity Club Headquarters, restroom, landscaped walkways and picnic tables. To reserve the ball field, fill out our reservation form.
Amphitheater and recreation area
Newport and Mombetsu Japan became Sister Cities in 1966. The two cities are at roughly the same latitude and have many things in common. Both cities orginated in the 1880's, and are centered around fisheries and tourism. Over the years, the two cities have sent both youth and adult exchanges, resulting in a lasting friendship. The Mombetsu Sister City park has a small Japanese garden and a Torii which is painted the traditional color with paint sent from Mombetsu.
Central to Nye Beach business district, beach access, parking, picnic tables.
This trail runs from Big Creek Park west through the Agate Beach wayside tunnel and on to Agate Beach. It includes boardwalks and bridges through forested areas and over the winding creek. State Park restrooms are located at the wayside.
(Between Betty Wheeler & NW High Street)
Natural canyon with walking trail, play structure, picnic area, sports park bowls.
Features a kids play area with a covered picnic table amongst other great features.
on 40th St close to Community College Campus.
The new Wilder dog park features a transitional entry and exit corral + a water spigot for animals.
On 40th St close to Community College Campus.
For questions regarding the City of Newport Parks, please contact Public Works 541.574.3366, Scott Bernards 541.574.5864. For after-hours emergency please contact Willamette Valley Dispatch Center 541.265.4231.