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Willamette Moorage Park

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About Willamette Moorage Park 

The park is situated at the confluence of Stephens Creek and the Willamette River. The confluence provides important rearing and refuge habitat for endangered chinook and coho salmon, steelhead trout, rainbow and cutthroat trout, and Pacific and brook lamprey. Major restorations efforts on the 3.5-acre Stephens Creek Confluence Habitat Enhancement Project were completed by the Bureau of Environmental Services in December 2008.

Size in acres

17.24

Year acquired

1984

History

This site has served as a moorage since the 1880s and retains houseboats today. The upland area served as the site of the Weber Tannery, built in 1894 and operating until the 1940s.

Park Location or Entrance

Willamette Moorage Park main entrance
7720 S Macadam Ave.
Portland, OR 97219

Open hours

Park hours: 5:00am-midnight

The park can be accessed via Macadam Ave and the Willamette Greenway Trail.

Park amenities/activities

Boat Dock
Paths (Paved)

City section

SW