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Takena Landing Park

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Address: SW 12th Ave and SW Lawnridge St, Albany, OR 97321
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Boat, view or take a walk

Takena landing has a boat launch, picnic tables and a lawn for just relaxing and taking in the view of the river ( we went there to watch trees floating by after a deluge) and... read more

Reviewed 25 April 2016
stillhall
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Albany, OR
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Albany, Oregon
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The walk is so pretty and there are some huge old trees. Peaceful and relaxing. You have an amazing view of the Willamette River and the trails are clean, clear of debris and easy to walk on.

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Thank Anne G
Albany, OR
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Reviewed 25 April 2016

Takena landing has a boat launch, picnic tables and a lawn for just relaxing and taking in the view of the river ( we went there to watch trees floating by after a deluge) and there's a nice patch for walking that takes you past the golf course. There are also bathrooms. It's a peaceful city park, under the bridges... More 

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Thank stillhall
Albany, Oregon
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Reviewed 25 April 2016

Last week, following unusual hectic events, I found myself driving over to Takena Landing Park. I sat at the picnic table with a book, sitting in the sunshine, while frequently glancing up and quietly watching the river flow. It was a wonderful time to spend an hour of quiet reflection. There is good parking spaces available in the lot, and... More 

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Thank OregonExplorers4
Oregon
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Reviewed 9 March 2016

This park has so much to offer. I often just like to take a book and read in my car by the river on a rainy day. If it is a good day their is a 3.5 round trip level nature trail that is beautiful in any season and boarders the Willamette River to the south and a golf course... More 

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Thank KatherineNOLA
Corvallis, Oregon
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 25 helpful votes
Reviewed 16 July 2015 via mobile

Looking for a shady, cool walk or run? This is what you're looking for. This flat trail is a roundtrip 3.5 miles that offers glimpses of the river, farmland, and wildlife. The boat Landing offers a picturesque start and finish as well as picnic tables. Might not be the best winter trail (muddy) but lovely in the summer.

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Thank DianaR3
Albany, Oregon
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38 reviews
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Reviewed 25 June 2015

Our whole family's been going to the Concerts in the park for years, they're always fun, not too crowded and have a variety of Styles of music from Rock to Jazz. It's a great laid back way to spend a summer evening!

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Thank LadybugDadeh
Albany, Oregon
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Reviewed 23 May 2015

Today's hike along the Willamette River was noted by gangly blackberry vines and outstretched Nettles reaching for the sun, narrowing the trail down to a slender one lane in some places. Due to a mild winter and that it's not yet summer season when the trail will be trimmed, I would not recommend biking or wearing shorts!

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1 Thank BergBunch
Albany, Oregon
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Reviewed 16 July 2014

Great 3.14 mile trail on dirt through the woods along the river. Mountain bike easily or walk. Mostly shaded.

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Thank Anne W
Albany, Oregon
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 3 helpful votes
Reviewed 25 May 2014

The only thing difficult about this trial would be the length for the elderly. This trail lacks in depth but for a trail located with in city limits it is recommended for those with friends of the canine variety...there is a tiny loop located at the end of the trail so the walk is basically a straight line to and... More 

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3 Thank Eric V
Albany, Oregon, United States
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Reviewed 30 July 2013

the park is beautiful the trail is well maintained. i walk my dog there about three times a week. good for hikers 2.7 mile, bikers, joggers. the high school cross country team hits it every wednesday. very cool on hot days most places can be easily walked two or three abreast can be a problem early morning and evenings because... More 

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