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Pendleton Park

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Accessibility Notes

Accessibility Information

Parking
- Street parking with one designated parking space
- Paved pathway to play area with a slight slope
- 200 feet to play area
Play Area
- Engineered mulch surface
- Ramp into the play area
Play Equipment
- Transfer station
Other Amenities
- Accessible restroom and accessible picnic table

Size in acres

5.21

Year acquired

1955

History

George H. Pendleton was a congressman from Ohio who, in 1864, ran for vice-president of the United States with McClellan against the ticket of Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson. In 2001, a sculpture by Keith Jellum, Vincent, Waiting for Alice, was installed in the park. Inspired by Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, the piece includes an 8-foot-tall rabbit with a short table with a pair of gloves and a fan that the rabbit has misplaced.

Park Location or Entrance

SW 55th Avenue and Iowa Street
Portland, OR 97221

Open hours

Park hours: 5:00am-midnight.

Park amenities/activities

Accessible Play Area
Accessible Restroom
Baseball Field
Basketball Court
Paths (Paved)
Paths (Unpaved)
Picnic Table
Playground
Soccer Field
Statue or Public Art

Neighborhood

City section

SW