This parcel of open land on the banks of the Willamette River is named after the late publisher of Eugene's newspaper, the Register-Guard, and is the site of many community events. Live music is performed in summer. There's fine hiking and biking on a footpath that runs along the river for the length of the park. Also worth seeing is the Whilamut Natural Area, an open space with 13 "talking stones," each with an inscription.
200 Day Island Rd., Eugene, Oregon, 97401, United States