Visit at least five of the parks listed below and snap a photo as indicated. Finally, submit your photos using the entry form below.
Prizes are limited; one passport/prize per family.
Every family that submits a complete form will be entered in a raffle AND receive a playground pack including sidewalk chalk, bubbles, and more! Raffle prizes include concert chairs, a junior cornhole game, or a roll-up picnic blanket.
Winners will be announced and contacted in August.
Participants must pick up prizes in person during the times listed below:
Riverfront Community Center
during business hours
Monday-Friday, August 1-August 31
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Timber Linn Park
River Rhythms Children's Craft Tent
Thursday, 8/3 or 8/10
Henderson Park (833 Calapooia St. SW)
A brand new playground was installed at this park earlier this year!
Take a photo of someone in your family playing on the playground!
Burkhart Park (550 Burkhart St. SE)
In 2022, a fitness court was installed at Burkhart.
Take a photo of someone in your family exercising on the fitness court!
Riverview Heights Park (1901 NW Crittenden Lp.)
Originally, this was a Benton County Park, but it became part of the City parks system when North Albany was annexed.
Take a photo of someone in your family with a completed tic-tac-toe game!
Kinder Park (1326 Oak St. SE)
Kinder means "children," and this park was a collaboration of the Parks & Recreation Department and the Boys & Girls Club.
Take a photo of someone in your family on one of the swings!
Doug Killin Friendship Park (4990 Deer Run St. SW)
Doug Killin was a well known local educator and former mayor of Albany. This park is located in the neighborhood with animal street names.
Take a photo of someone in your family on a rocking horse!
Takena Park (1101 Lawnridge St. SW) NOT Takena Landing Park
This quiet neighborhood park boasts lots of play equipment and big shade trees.
Take a photo of someone in your family on (or in front of) the climbing boulder!
Teloh Calapooia Park (5950 Looney Ln. SW)
Originally named "College Green Park," Teloh Calapooia was upgraded and renamed to honor the original inhabitants of the area in the early 2000's.
Take a photo of someone in your family with the Teloh Calapooia Park sign!