accessible picnic area, accessible play area, accessible restroom, basketball court, dog off-leash area – fenced, paths – paved, picnic shelter, picnic site – reservable, picnic tables, playground, soccer field, softball field, statue or public art, and tennis court.
Parking - Street parking
- 2 designated parking spaces
- Paved pathway to play area
- 50 feet to play area
Play Area - Rubberized surface
- Ramp into play area
Play Equipment - Transfer station
- Sensory play elements
- Adapted high-back swing
- Ramp onto play structure
Other Amenities - Accessible restroom
- Accessible picnic table
Wading Pool Update PP&R has closed its wading pools for health and safety reasons, as required by new State of Oregon regulations. In 2002, an inventory and assessment of wading pools was completed. Based on those recommendations, as well as input from maintenance and planning staff, PP&R has identified 17 wading pools for replacement and 7 for elimination. Please read the FAQ for more information.
This park is named for Hugh W. Wallace, the city councilman responsible for getting the property allocated as a city park.
A search of the park and school yard will reveal a curious collection of 11 bronze objects tucked away in unexpected places. Entitled Eleven Very Small Sculptures, they were created by artist Bill Will in 1998. Another art installation in the park is a 1980 sculpture by Manuel Izquierdo called Silver Dawn. Izquierdo is professor emeritus of Pacific Northwest College of Art.