Suzanne Arlie Park

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Suzanne Arlie Park is the largest park in Eugene's system, consisting of 515 acres in southeast Eugene. The master plan has been completed and includes a network of interconnected trails for nature-based recreation, disc golf, programmed group-camping, a mountain bike skills park, and habitat conservation and restoration efforts which are already underway. The first phase of park development is bond funded and will include habitat enhancements, an extension of the Ridgeline trail and mountain bike trails. Construction is expected in 2022.

Suzanne Arlie Park is the largest park in Eugene's system, consisting of 515 acres in southeast Eugene. The master plan has been completed and includes a network of interconnected trails for nature-based recreation, disc golf, programmed group-camping, a mountain bike skills park, and habitat conservation and restoration efforts which are already underway. The first phase of park development is bond funded and will include habitat enhancements, an extension of the Ridgeline trail and mountain bike trails. Construction is expected in 2022.

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    Suzanne Arlie Park will serve as an oasis for people and wildlife alike, providing opportunities for visitors to refresh their minds, bodies, and spirits in proximity to the urban environment. The rich mosaic of regionally significant habitats will be conserved, restored, and managed to benefit an array of native plant and animal species while the park accommodates a network of interconnected trails and functions as a major community hub for compatible nature-based recreation and outdoor education. Please take the time to answer this survey, so we


    UPDATE: This survey is now closed. We will compile and share the results soon.

    Suzanne Arlie Park will serve as an oasis for people and wildlife alike, providing opportunities for visitors to refresh their minds, bodies, and spirits in proximity to the urban environment. The rich mosaic of regionally significant habitats will be conserved, restored, and managed to benefit an array of native plant and animal species while the park accommodates a network of interconnected trails and functions as a major community hub for compatible nature-based recreation and outdoor education. Please take the time to answer this survey, so we can better understand how this master plan and future park can best serve the needs of our community.

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