accessible picnic area, accessible restroom, baseball field, basketball court, football field, horseshoe pit, paths - paved, paths - unpaved, picnic site - reservable, picnic tables, playground, soccer field, softball field, statue or public art, tennis backboard, and tennis court.
Park hours: 5:00am-midnight
This park is currently closed to motor vehicle traffic. The park remains open for public use. The closure of park road gates will help ensure we maintain a healthy balance of visitors in our parks and natural areas. We urge all park visitors to pack out what they bring in.
This park is funded through a partnership between Portland Parks & Recreation and Columbia Sportswear, Inc.
In 1893, the town of Sellwood was merged into Portland, but has managed to keep its own identity throughout the years. The area is named for John Sellwood, an Episcopal minister who owned the land claim in what is now the Sellwood area. Sellwood Park used to be the site of the City View Racetrack.
In 2019, the Sellwood Kitchen roof was replaced thanks to funds from the 2014 Parks Replacement Bond.