Pringle Park in Salem, OR, is a 4.4-acre park located in the city’s Gaiety Hill historic district.
Situated between two streams, Pringle Park’s open lawn and mature oak grove provide a quiet refuge and an excellent spot for a picnic lunch. Downtown Salem, the Oregon Capitol Building, Bush’s Pasture Park, Deepwood Museum and Gardens, and Salem Hospital are minutes away by foot.
Pringle Park is open 365 days a year from Sunrise to Sunset. Dogs on a leash are welcome.
Pringle Community Hall, located within the park, is a popular venue for small events. The Hall offers an activity room that can seat up to 150 people and a meeting room that can seat up to 78. Both rooms have access to a kitchen. To learn more about reserving either of these rooms, visit the City’s Pringle Community Hall webpage.
Pringle Park is served directly by Cherriots bus route 7, and is one block west of route west of route 8 and one block east of route 21. Cherriots participates in TransitApp, a free smartphone application that provides route and planning information for Salem and over 100 additional cities.
- Picnic area
- Walking trails
- Open lawn for Frisbee or similar activities
- Playground equipment
- Pringle Community Hall
- Bike rack