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Copy of Head Outside! Parks of Canby

An image of a peacufl river with playful Canby Parks text overlayed

Trail of the wooded Arneson Garden Park

Arneson Garden

249 S. Sequoia Parkway, Canby

Specimen azalea garden with walking path and old-growth trees. Located behind Fred Meyer.

A view of a pond at Canby Community Park

Community (River) Park

1348 S. Berg Parkway, Canby

Situated by the Molalla River (near Safeway, South of Canby Square), this is a very natural park with picnic facilities, barbecue pits, playground equipment, a ballfield and a fishing pond. Angling restricted to youth age 17 and under or holders of one of the Disabled Anglers permits. Contact ODFW at 800-720-6339 for questions regarding angling or permits. Fishing regulations can be viewed at

A White gazebo with red trim on a sunny day at Legacy Park in Canby, Oregon

Legacy Park

1200 S.E. 13th Avenue Canby

Adjacent to Ackerman School grounds. Restrooms, graduated playgrounds, soccer fields and a picnic shelter with a walking path and meditation garden.

Picknicers on a sunny day can be seen behid the sign for Locust Street Park in Canby Oregon

Locust Street Park

305 S. Locust Street, Canby

Features two playground areas, restrooms, a basketball court, benches and picnic area.

There are blue skies as water sprays from the fountains at Maple Street Park in Canby, Oregon

Maple Street Park

1300 N. Maple Street, Canby

Home of ballfields, pickleball courts, tennis courts, covered picnic table area and playgrounds.

Concrete scupltures of prehistoric dinosaurs sit atop red clay at the Noertwood Park in Canby, Oregon.

Northwood Park

1300 N. Elm Street, Canby

The cool park has dinosaur-themed play structures, a climbing rock, walking path, picnic shelter and green grassy area for play.

The concrete bowls and ramps of Canby Sakte  park sit in front of a grove of trees.

Skate Park

1171 N.W. 3rd Avenue, Canby

Large outdoor facility for skateboards, in-line skates and bikes. Canby’s skate park became a reality through the efforts of local skaters led by Michaela Carrol, whose enthusiasm and persistence convinced the City to build it.

A map of the locations of the parks in and around Canby, Oregon.


The logo link of Canby Area Chamber of Commerce. The link will take you to the Parks page of the  Canby Area Chamber of Commerce website.


191 S.E. Second Avenue

Canby, OR 97013


Mon.–Thurs. 9 a.m. to noon; 1 to 5 p.m. Closed Fri.–Sun.

Phone: 503-266-4600


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