Charles R. Willson Memorial Park
Located between the Eighth Street Bridges on West 7th Street - this park offers a nice place for people to play. Amenities: Open field, playground, picnic tables, youth baseball field and basketball court.
City Pier The City Pier is located at the north end of Lincoln Street on the Waterfront. The Pier offers views of the harbor and Port Angeles. Besides a park atmosphere - the City Pier offers a marine life center and viewing tower.
Conrad Dyar Memorial Fountain
Located at 1st and Laurel Streets - this fountain is in memory of Conrad Dyar. Mr. Dyar's services as chairman on the City Park Board and the community in the 1960's helped in many ways to make the city a nicer place to live. Complete Information.......
Crown Park is located on West 4th Street and overlooks the Daishowa America paper mill. Crown Park offers unobstructed views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the entire harbor to the east. Amenities: Picnic tables, view parking and playground.
Located at 14th and Cedar Streets this park is between the Eighth Street Bridges. This large park accommodates several city sports, including soccer and baseball. Amenities: Playground, public restrooms, pickle ball courts, open field and softball diamond.
Located on Race Street across from Civic Field, this wooded park is near the YMCA and is an ideal location for a family outing. Amenities: Playground, public restrooms, picnic tables, tennis courts, youth baseball field, open field and parking. Complete information....................
Francis Street Park
This park is a main access point for Water Front Trail users. Sweeping views of the harbor are what makes this a community show case park for our local citizenry and visitors. Features include, handicapped parking for easy access to the trail and lookout pavilion. Amenities: Picnic area, play structures, flag pavilion, open space areas and walking paths.
This park is located on the corner of Chambers and Georgianna Street, south of the Olympic Medical Center. it is a small park situated in the medical district of town. Amenities: Open field, park benches and playground.
Harbor View Park - Ediz Hook
Located at the end of Ediz Hook, this park features spectacular views of the Port Angeles inner harbor and the Olympic Mountains. Amenities: Picnic tables, wind shelters, public restrooms, barbeque pits and beach access.
James View Point
Located on 2nd and Laurel Streets at the top of the stairs that end at the Conrad Dyar Fountain and the Olympic visions mural in the downtown area. Park offers a great view of the harbor, the Strait of Juan de Fuca and Canada. Amenities: Open field and park benches.
Located on Lauridsen Boulevard and east of the Fairchild International Airport. Two ponds in the northeastern corner are home to many different species of ducks and birds. Fishing is available for youth 14 years of age and younger. Amenities: Playground, public restrooms, picnic tables, tennis courts, open fields and trails, youth baseball fields, running water, clubhouse, loomis rentals, dog park and BMX track. Complete information...........
Blvd & Chase Traffic Island
Located on Lauridsen Boulevard, next to Jefferson Elementary School. This engine was built in 1924 and is known as the "Rayonier #4". It was orginally operated by the Long Bell Lumber Company for work in the timber industry. The locomotive has been on display since the 1960's.
Sail & Paddle Park
Located on Ediz Hook just east of the Daishowa paper recycling mill. This park features great views of the harbor, Port Angeles, and the Olympic Mountains. Also features a special area for people with disabilities. Amenities: Picnic tables, beach access, barbeque pits and open grass areas.
Located on G Street between 7th and 8th streets. This park has almost everything there is to offer - except camping. Amenities: Open field, playground, public restrooms, tennis courts, softball diamonds, walking paths and parking lot.
Valley Creek Estuary Park
Combined effort between the City of Port Angeles and other local organizations. The Friendship Bridge symbolizes the relationship between the cities of Port Angeles and Mutsu, Japan. Hours are 5am until 11pm.
Amenities: Pavilion, viewing tower, bridge, benches, access to Waterfront Trail and Beach Access.
Veterans Memorial Park
Clallam County Veterans Parks is just north of the Clallam County Courthouse on Lincoln Street. This memorial is dedicated to all Veterans who have served our country in war and peace. Amenities: Walking paths, reflection fountain, park benches.
Located adjacent to Fairchild International Airport and northwest of Lincoln Park. Both baseball and soccer are played here during different times of the year. Volunteer Field is a scheduled facility. Amenities: Public restrooms, baseball field, open field, soccer fields.
The Waterfront Trail follows the waterfront of Port Angeles and extends from the Coast Guard Station entrance gate on Ediz Hook to just west of the old Rayonier mill site before connecting to the Olympic Discovery Trail. The City maintains five miles of the trail for your enjoyment. Amenities: Walking paths, park benches, public restrooms and beach access. Complete information..................
Jessie Webster Park
Located on 3rd and Eunice Streets behind Swain's General Store. This wooded park is the meeting place for the local Campfire organization. The Campfire building also provides rental space for community gatherings and meeting space. Amenities: Clubhouse, picnic tables and walking paths.