Riverbend Park (Map it)
Located at the 60 Montgomery Street, this 210 acre beautiful park situated along the Feather River in Oroville was established in 2006. It includes four pavilions (available for reservation), Eagle Point Pavilion, Big Bear Pavilion, Little Bear Pavilion & Salmon Pavilion. Each pavilion contains a barbecue pit and seating. Riverbend Park is equipped with two restroom facilities within walking distance of pavilions and plenty of parking.The park also host a rock structure play area, a splash water feature, paved trails, sandy beach, boat dock, fishing ponds, a Disc Golf Course (which is available to reserve for tournaments), and connects to a dog park!
Did you know that the Riverbend trail hosts protected species? The two dead trees at the north end of the soccer fields are hosting Woodpecker and Bushtit birds nests. These protected species rely on the trees for cavities, food, storage, and perches. Visit the nesting birds today, but please do not disturb. To learn more about protected nesting species please visit: http://cavityconservation.com/2016/05/31/arborist-and-park-staff-protect-nesting-woodpeckers-from-destruction/
Click on the picture to see an ariel video of Riverbend Park
Bedrock Skate and Bike Park (Map it)Opened in April 2006, this Skate and Bike Park has become a center for youth in Oroville. Located at Feather River Boulevard and Safford Street. It was home to Oroville’s first annual Go Skate Day Competition in 2007.
This 3 mile long, paved, class I bike path connects Riverbend Park to the Veteran’s Memorial Building and runs adjacent to Bedrock Park.
Nolan Baseball Complex and Playtown USA Park (Map it)
At 915 Pomona Street in downtown Oroville, this park features a complete baseball/softball facility, Gary Nolan Baseball Complex which includes a snack bar, dugouts, and restrooms. This facility is available to reserve for your next tournament or practice. Connected to the baseball/softball park is Playtown USA, a beautiful playground with multiple play areas, picnic area, and is next door to Gary Nolan Baseball Complex. This park has been a long time favorite of many whom have grown up in the Oroville area.
This multi-field complex includes a nearby snack bar, restrooms, and playground. Great for weekend tournaments. Nelson Softball Complex is located at 2290 6th St, in Oroville. This complex offers several fields to rent for your next tournament or practice. It is connected to a nearby park where children can play.
Martin Luther King Jr. Park (Map it)
Located at 2921 B street, Martin Luther King Park features a full-sized soccer field with lighting, play area, amphitheater, basketball courts, picnic area, and lots of grass and shade! This park offers the group picnic area and amphitheater for reservations.
Forbestown Park was initiated by community volunteers. The materials were paid for by fundraising and labor was provided by volunteers and FRRPD employees. The park features a shaded picnic area, playground, multipurpose slab with basketball hoops and spectator benches, barbecue grill, water fountain, gravel parking area, and ADA compliant restrooms. The restrooms were financed jointly by community fundraising and FRRPD. Forbestown Park is available for reservations.
Berry Creek Park
Berry Creek Park is the District’s newest addition. This park has been founded by volunteers of the Berry Creek Community Council and the rest of the Berry Creek citizens. Established in 2014, we expect to see great things develop at this parkland.