Jasper State Recreation Site

Park History

In 1998, OPRD took part in a land exchange with local government, trading three park properties (Armitage, Hendricks Bridge State Wayside, Howard J. Morton Memorial State Park) for a 25-year lease of federal facilities at Fall Creek Lake and Dexter Lake and Jasper County Park.

Acreage: 66.34

Annual overnight attendance: 6,128

Annual day-use attendance: 58,976

Jasper State Recreation Site FAQ


Does my pet need to be on a leash at Jasper Park?

Yes, leashes are required at all times at Japer Park.  However, there is an off leash area at the downstream end of the park for your pet to run around while you enjoy the relaxing views of the Middle Fork Willamette River.

Day use/Special Events

Can I reserve shelters or picnic sites at Jasper Park?

Yes.  There are 4 reservable picnic areas at Jasper Park, and they are reservable from May 1st through September 30th.  For reservations please click the "Rates" button on the left.  If the shelters are not reserved, you can use them first come, first serve.  Picnic Shelter 4 has a large covered seating area. Picnic Areas 1, 2, 3 have covered cooking areas, but the seating is not covered.

Statewide FAQ

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