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Powers Marine Park

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About Powers Marine Park

The park features large wood installations that provide refuge for endangered chinook and coho salmon and steelhead trout.

Size in acres

13.97

Year acquired

1926

History

The park was named after Ira Powers, owner of Powers Furniture Company, who lived in Dunthorpe. Around the time of the Depression, he and other real estate associates gave this strip of land between Macadam Ave and the Willamette River to the City for the extension of Terwilliger Blvd past what is now Tryon Creek State Park.

Park Location or Entrance

Powers Marine Park main entrance
SW Macadam Avenue south of the Sellwood Bridge
Portland, OR 97219

Open hours

Park hours: 5:00am-midnight

Park amenities/activities

Paths (Unpaved)
Picnic Table
Riverfront Views

City section

SW