Byron Forest Preserve
The Byron Forest Preserve District is located on the rolling hills along the Rock River in Byron, Illinois. With many acres of prairie and woodlands, you don't want to miss this beautiful setting during all seasons!
Carnation Park consists of approximately 5.5 acres along the scenic Rock River. A naturalized park, it containes many areas for riverbank fishing. The natural Midwest prairie has a winding bike trail that travels to the historic Oregon Train Depot.
Castle Rock State Park
The 2,000-acre park includes rock formations, ravines, and unique northern plant associations.
Fairgrounds Park is a neighborhood park that was once the site of the Ogle County Fair. The bike trail travels through mature oaks and a small prairie on the north end.
10 acre site that was generously donated by Craig and Bette Williams on November 25, 2013. Currently park users can enjoy almost .5 miles of hiking trails and riverfront access for fishing and canoeing. Jack's Landing is a unique property that will provide endless possiblities for nature enthusaist
Kiwanis Park is a 2 acre site along the riverfront at the west edge of the Oregon dam.
Located in one of Illinois many tourism areas, surrounded by state parks, river, motor bike tracks and much more. We offer seasonal sites with electric, water and some with septic tanks, cabins, RV camping and tent camping.
Lions Park is a neighborhood park that hosts the minor and little league baseball season in Oregon.
Lowden Miller State Forest
This 2225-acre state forest has miles of scenic marked trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding and, cross-country skiing. Seasonal hunting is also available.
Lowden State Park
One of the most picturesque sites along the Rock River located just north of Oregon.
Mix Park was renovated in 2001 and won the Illinois Parks and Recreation award for Outstanding Facility and Parks in 2002. The park hosts the annual "Mix It Up" Sidewalk Art Event and is home to Lorado Taft's "Boys with Fish" sculpture, and Jeff Adam's "Paths of Conviction, Footsteps of Fate
Oregon Park District
The Oregon Park District was established in 1967 “to efficiently, effectively and equitably provide the highest quality recreation programs, facilities and park resources in cooperation with all community resources to enhance the quality of life for the District residents and visitors”.
Oregon Park East
This park is a popular fishing site and home to the historic Chana School. The observation deck rests along the east side of the Oregon Dam, overlooking the Rock River Valley as well as downtown Oregon, including the courthouse steeple.
Oregon Park West
Park West is a community park that offers a wide variety of activities including Splash Canyon Spray Park, Park West Skate Park, and a winding bike path through the prairie.