Come join us at the Maud Willamson State Park as our Day-Use Host!
Maud Willamson State Park is a wonderful park to host. Located on Hwy 221 near the Wheatland Ferry, Maud Williamson is a 24 acre park. It's covered by a fine stand of second-growth Douglas fir. The park also includes a historic farm house once occupied by the person who donated the property as a park. The park provides a covered picnic shelter which can be reserved for group picnics. Volleyball and horseshoes are available at this site. Large Douglas fir trees tower overhead providing excellent wildflower viewing in the early spring. Trilliums are abundant here.
Some of the Day-Use Host duties include:
Close and open park gate.
Mow lawns, pick up branches, and manage burn pile
Check water system daily.
Operate small power equipment (blower, weed eater).
Check in with reservation groups.
Site is 50 AMP hookup, and a washer and dyer are on site.
Let us show you how wonderful it is to host with the Willamette Mission Management Unit!