- Updated on Tuesday, October 2, 2012, 7:33 pm
The City of Albany manages over 770 acres of park land, walking trails and open spaces. There are 7 shelters and two stages available for rent late spring through late fall.
- Park shelters may be reserved up to 13 months in advance.
- Reservations give renters exclusive use of the shelters only. The remainder of the park is open to the public.
- Reservations can be made in person at Albany City Hall, 333 Broadalbin St. SW. Forms may be downloaded from the website and mailed to our office or faxed to 541-917-7776.
- All fees are required at the time of reservation. Payments may be made by phone with a MasterCard or Visa, or in person at Albany City Hall, 333 Broadalbin Street SW. The reservation phone line is 541-917-7777.
Shelter Reservation Form
- Please complete the “Shelter Reservation Form” to reserve a shelter in one of the City parks.
- Reservations for park shelters and open space are taken on a first come, first served basis.
- For large events or special requests, Parks & Recreation will work with you to identify services available.
- Open space in City parks is not available for rent.
Some activities in City Parks are allowed by permit only; they include amplified sound, road closures and parades, wood recovery and alcohol use in some specific parks.
- Permit Form Please complete a “Permit Form” for sound, road closures, parades and wood recovery.
- Alcohol Permit Form Only beer and wine, no hard liquor, may be consumed in the parks. Albany Skate Park, Bryant, Bowman, Burkhart, Dave Clark Path, Eads Park, Eleanor Park, Kinder Park, Monteith Park and the Oak Creek Greenbelt and Trail require the completion of an “Alcohol Permit Form”. Other events and activities may require an alcohol permit. “No Host Bars” or the consumption of alcohol in conjunction with the sale of or charge for anything at an event requires an OLCC Permit (obtained from the OLCC).
- Permit-Codes This will provide you with some Albany Municipal Code (AMC) information for sound, road closures, parades and wood recovery in our parks.
Fees and Amenities
Rental fees and amenities vary by park site. Some park sites include electricity, sinks and stoves.
- Rental-Fees-Amenities Please refer to the “Rental-Fees-Amenities” sheet for additional information on park shelter fees, seating capacity and amenities. This sheet will also provide pricing for our sports complexes at Timber Linn and Bryant Parks.
- Park Amenities Matrix of park amenities available.
- Park Map of Albany
Refunds and Deposits
- Refund Policy Our mission is to be good stewards of Albany’s parks and facilities. Occasionally, we may need to cancel a rental reservation. In the event the department cancels a facility or park reservation, a full refund will be offered. Please see our “Refund Policy” for additional information.
- Deposit Checklist In order to provide you with a positive experience in our parks and shelters, as well as to best utilize our staff in their given responsibilities a “Deposit Checklist” has been provided. To receive your deposit back after your rental, THE AREA YOU RESERVED MUST BE LEFT IN AT LEAST AS GOOD OF CONDITION AS YOU FOUND IT.
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