Located at the south end of Upper Klamath Lake off of Lakeshore Drive in Klamath Falls, Oregon. This City park is adjacent to Putnam's Point, which is across from the north end of the Link River Trail. One of the jewels in the City of Klamath Falls' parks system, Moore Park features soccer fields, tennis courts, open play areas, large picnic areas with barbecue pits; day camp area; extensive trails; restrooms; concession building; maintenance buildings; caretaker's residence; parking areas; and more - including the Gingerbread house which was restored by the Friends of Moore Park. This park receives major use from the community, especially for large events such as company picnics, soccer games, scouting events, and other special events. CLICK HERE to view a map of the Moore Park marinas, soccer fields, picnic areas, and the Gingerbread House. The access road to the north has been closed permanently to automobiles, and is utilized as trails. CLICK HERE to view a larger map of Moore Park & Area Trails.
Learn more about Moore Park's Forest Management Plan HERE
Disc golf is a fast-growing sport played competitively and for fun by people of all ages. It is easy to learn, inexpensive, and great exercise. Players throw a disc (similar to a Frisbee) from a tee towards a "hole" as they would in traditional golf. Every throw is a stroke and every hole in disc golf is a par 3. The holes are baskets equipped with hanging chains that help to "catch" the thrown disc. The tees are marked with a post planted flat on the ground.
Play Equipment & Special Use Areas
Moore Park features state of the art play equipment for hours of enjoyment, covered pavilions for your special events, two picnic areas with picnic tables and BBQs, restroom facilities, trail access, soccer fields, tennis courts, and much more!
View Photos of some of the amenities Moore Park offers - CLICK HERE >>