Tucked away just above North Main Street is Ashland's new Scenic Park, a 1.5-acre neighborhood haven that took a decade to get up and running. Neighbors will tell you it was worth the wait.
Ashland’s (OR) newest low-maintenance, pesticide-free park getting positive reviews
Tucked away just above North Main Street is Ashland’s newest park: Scenic Park, a 1.5-acre neighborhood haven at the dead end of Scenic Drive that also can be accessed from North Main and the dead end of Greenbriar Place.
Ashland bought the parcel in 2000 to build a neighborhood park in accordance with its Comprehensive Land Use Plan, which states that every Ashland resident should be within a quarter-mile of a city park. It took a decade to get Scenic Park up and running, but neighbors will tell you it was worth the wait.