Park Features and Facilities

Features and Facilities

  • Picnic tables
  • Barbecue grills
  • Restrooms
  • Playground equipment
  • Spray pool
  • Trolley Line Trail
  • Viewing towers
  • Multipurpose green space
  • Band Shell
  • Six tennis courts
  • Horseshoe courts
  • Rock garden and Fish pond


(Native Stone Shelter Buildings)

Pavilions are available by reservation. Click here for FAQs.

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Eagle Point Park
Enclosed Pavilions
Picnic Table
Seating Capacity

Riverfront, with all porches 250 $300.00
Riverfront, inside only
Riverfront, East Porch (Open air) 160  $115.00 
Log Cabin, including porches 110 $115.00
Promenade Bridge 50 $70.00
Bridge East Room 48 $35.00
Terrace Room 30 $35.00
North Veranda 30 $35.00
Annex Room 48 $35.00
Indian Room 17 $20.00
South Veranda 12 $20.00

Per City Ordinance, picnic tables may NOT be removed from pavilions.

 Open Air Pavilions
Picnic Table
Seating Capacity

* Open Air, entire pavilion
Section A
Section B
Section C
Eagle's View 90 $70.00
Shiras Memorial 48 $35.00
Tri-State View 24 $20.00
Band Shell, weddings, concerts, etc. x $70.00

* The "Open Air" pavilion may be reserved on a shared basis.
Park Entrance
The park entrance road extends from the toll booth for a quarter of a mile. A turnaround was constructed in 1912 as streetcars brought picnickers from downtown. On that spot today a large eagle statue and circular flower bed welcome you to Eagle Point Park.

Trolley Line Trail

This one half mile paved bike / hike trail follows the route of the original streetcar service to the park from the Ham House Museum parking lot to the turnaround, with a rest area including art work at the midpoint of the trail.
Spray Pool
The spray pool is open during park hours, weather permitting.

Rock Garden and Fish Pond
The rock garden and fish pond were also built as part of the W.P.A. project, and are made of limestone. A handicapped accessible walk extends north from the riverfront pavilion to the fish pond, avoiding the steep rock steps along the way.


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