Carnegie Spraypark - OPEN
Carnegie Spraypark is open from 10am to 8pm daily.
Both Rivercrest Spraypark and the Carnegie Spraypark offer a unique setup of interactive and user-activated features. It is perfect for summer and warm-weather fun. Both Sprayparks are free of charge and open to the public.
Carnegie Spraypark is located at 606 John Adams Street, features an ADA-accessibility and provides 20 low-flow spray nozzles. It is a drain only, no chemical and no re-circulatory system. The Spraypark was redesigned and re-opened in 2011 and is a welcome addition to the Library grounds at the Carnegie Center.
Rivercrest Spraypark is located at 131 Park Drive, features in-ground and above-ground spray nozzles, water cannons, splash buckets, and much more! The nearby Rivercrest Spraypark shelter is available for reservation in two-hour blocks. Visit the Rivercrest Spraypark page for more information.
There is also an Outdoor Wading Pool, located at 1211 Jackson Street, at the Indoor Swimming Pool facility. For details contact the Swimming Pool.
- Dogs/animals are not allowed in the water park
- Parental supervision of children is required at all times
- Swim diapers are required for all persons not toilet trained
- Children must wear clothing/swimwear at all times
- Do not use the spray park if you have had diarrhea in the last two weeks
- Drinking of water from features is discouraged
- No glass containers
- No alcohol allowed in park or park shelters
- Park is closed from 10:00 PM - 5:00 AM. It is unlawful for persons to be in the parks between these hours.
- Pets are welcome, but must be leashed. Please clean up after your pets.
- Alcohol is not permitted in Oregon City Parks.
- BBQ's are allowed in designated receptacles or you may bring your own BBQ (with the exception of Children’s Canemah and Rivercrest Spraypark shelters). All BBQ’s must have at least 8” legs.
- No firearms or fireworks.
- No amplified music or public address systems, except by permit.
- You are responsible for your litter. If you cannot find a trash disposal bin, please follow the "pack it out" policy. We appreciate your efforts to leave the park clean for others to enjoy.
- All Oregon City Parks are smoke and tobacco free.
Oregon City Ordinances and Oregon Laws
- Oregon City Ordinance No 16-1012, para 11, effective Dec. 2, 2016: All Oregon City Parks are smoke and tobacco free.
- Oregon City Ordinance No 16-1011, effective Dec. 2, 2016: Any municipal police officer may exclude any person who violates any applicable provision of law in any park from the Oregon City’s parks in accordance with the provisions of the Section.
- Oregon law (ORS 105.682, et seq.) provides that the City of Oregon City is not liable in contract or tort for injury, death, or property damage that arises out of use of land for recreational purposes (known as “recreational use immunity”). That immunity from liability does not apply if the owner makes a charge for permission to use the land. The fee you paid is only for use of the reserved park shelter. Other uses of this park, or any use of the property outside the reserved facility are not subject to a charge and, therefore, the City of Oregon City is not liable for injuries, death, or property damage arising out of such uses of the property for which no specific charge has been made.