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County Opportunity Grants
County opportunity grant helped River Bend Linn County Park
Since 1983, OPRD has been awarding grants to Oregon counties to buy land for campgrounds, or to develop campgrounds.
Land and Water Conservation Fund Grants
Keizer Rapids Park along the Willamette River
Through this federal grant, OPRD helps governments acquire land and develop outdoor recreation facilities.
Local Government Grants
Arcadia Skate Park in Toledo
Lottery-funded grants that go to local communities for developing public outdoor park and recreation areas and facilities.
Recreational Trails Grants
Shevlin Boardwalk
Grants awarded to non-profits and governments for trail projects. This includes building new trails, improving existing trails, and helping with trail signs.
All-terrain Vehicle Grants
The ATV Grant Program provides funding statewide to Federal, State, County, and non-profit organizations that manage lands for off-highway vehicle (OHV) recreation.
 
Heritage Programs Grants
The Heritage Programs Division offers grants for various types of historic preservation and heritage-related projects. All are matching grant programs (usually 50/50 match).
 

 

 

 
Oregon State Parks has given grant money to nearly every city in Oregon to purchase land, and build or upgrade community parks. The following stories demonstrate how state parks grants can help entire communities and the way they go play!
Toledo's Arcadia Skate Park
Toledo skate park
Local Government grant helps build a skate park now considered a model for other communities.
Local Government Grant aids Hermiston central park plans
Hermiston honors city's past and future with Local Government grant.