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Shevlin Park, Bend

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Forest · Hidden Gem · Hiking Trail
Shevlin Park is a 981 acres (397 ha) park located in Bend, Oregon. It was first established in 1921 by the City of Bend. Notable natural and manmade features include Tumalo Creek, Aspen Hall, and Fremont Meadow.

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  • What a superb place for a walk or bike ride or just to sit by the rushing Tumalo Creek. Miles of groomed trails, some paved, in a gorgeous setting.  more »
  • This is a great place to go for a jog, or meditative walk by the river, or birding. Very pretty spot.  more »
  • A great place to walk your pup or just enjoy the towering Ponderosas. Runners and walkers alike find the assortment of trails a joy to spend time out in a truly natural setting. There is also a paved road, closed to car traffic, for bikes or walkers who require a smoother surface.
  • Quiet and beautiful, great family fun. Hiking, biking, fishing and wading. Cold clear water. Small brook trout for fly fishing. Paved road for wheeled toys.

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