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City of Toledo Recreation

Scenic Yaquina Bay Road: The thirteen mile scenic drive between the Newport Bayfront and Toledo along the Yaquina River follows the track of the historic Oregon Pacific Railroad. Beautiful river and estuary vistas provide great bird watching, with bike and walking lanes. Historic markers along the way tell of early settlement along the river.

Art District: This one block area on NE Alder Street (one block north of Main) houses the homes, studios and galleries of three “en plein air” artists, painting in oil.

Port of Toledo: The Port at 385 NW 1st provides fishing information and maintains a dock at the foot of Main Street, where moorages are available both yearly and seasonally. Toledo is the only deep water inland port on the central coast. The Port also has a public boat launch on the Yaquina River near the Toledo Airport. Sturgeon fishing is great on the Yaquina River when the weather turns cold, and the Yaquina and Siletz rivers have spring and fall salmon runs. Fishermen catch perch near buoy 25 in the Yaquina, and the Siletz has good steelhead fishing in the winter. Olalla Lake north of Toledo is stocked with trout and a good spot for canoeing, kayaking and swimming.

There are numerous beautiful parks located throughout Toledo and its surrounding areas.

2014 Summer Pool Schedule

 

You can also find the following in the City of Toledo:

Municipal Swimming Pool
(174 NW 7th)

Tennis Courts
(173 NW 7th)

Olalla Valley Golf Course
(1022 Olalla Rd.)

Skateboard Park
737 NW A Street

 

City of Toledo Kallenbach Park