The City of Grants Pass Parks Division manages and maintains the 20-plus parks and green spaces within the City of Grants Pass.
The Grants Pass Parks & Recreation Department manages reservations for all park facilities. These include our many park shelters and athletic fields. Click here Version OptionsParks, Recreation, and Urban ForestryHeadline Parks & Recreation to learn more.
The Parks Superintendent is the staff liaison for the following committees:
The application window for the 2023 Tree Canopy Program closes on October 13. Please visit our website to apply for the 2023 Tree Canopy Program.
For more information, please visit our Tree Planting Programs webpage.
In February 2010, the City Council adopted a 20-year plan for maintaining, enhancing, and creating additional parks, trails, and recreation features. Read more about the master plan online.
Reinhart Volunteer Park in Autum
Westholm Park play structure
Grants Pass Skate Park
Morrison Centennial Park
Loveless Park Trees and Playstructure
Riverside Spray Park
Greenwood Dog Park Trail walking with leashed dog
Gilbert Creek Park softball field
Croxton Memorial Park
Baker Park Boat Ramp with Fisher in the Background
Josh HopkinsParks SuperintendentEmail Josh HopkinsPh: 541-450-6160
Chad WestbrookParks SupervisorEmail Chad WestbrookPh: 541-450-6161
James PasleyUrban ForesterEmail James PasleyPh: 541-450-6164
Julia WrightRecreation Program CoordinatorEmail Julia WrightPh: 541-471-6435
101 NW A StreetGrants Pass, OR 97526
Monday - Friday7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Urban Tree Advisory Committee
Parks Advisory Committee
Tree Permit Application (PDF)The Tree Permit application is required to remove, prune, and plant trees in the City right-of-way.
Go to the Park Surveys page.