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Governors Park

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Size in acres

5.74

Year acquired

1894

History

This park was dedicated while Sylvester Pennoyer was Governor of Oregon (1894-1901), giving the park its name. Pennoyer was the first person to make a gift of property to the City of Portland for solely park purposes.

Park Location or Entrance

Governors Park main entrance
SW 13th Avenue and Davenport Street
Portland, OR 97201

Open hours

Park hours: 5:00am-midnight

City section

SW