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Adair Park has an open, spacious feeling which is perfect for larger groups. Groups as large as 800 people have held picnic events here.
Adair Park has two group picnic areas which may be reserved by two different groups or combined for reservation by one large group. Each area shares one-half of the kitchen shelter with each area containing a sink, an electric cooktop stove, electrical outlets and separate BBQ's and service counter. Handicapped accessibility, year-round parking, two softball fields, two sand volleyball courts, a playground, and two horseshoe pits are available at this park.
The park has over 200 parking spaces; however, carpooling will minimize traffic on adjacent streets.
The loading zone by the kitchen shelter and the access road should only be used for delivery of supplies. Please keep the area free of vehicles at other times. An access key can be obtained from the Parks Office. After removing the barrier post, please lock the padlock back on the eye bolt to prevent its loss. Before leaving, replace and re-lock the barrier post.
See the Group Grill Section for details.
Controls for the commercial grade electric cook top stoves are found behind a locked door. A key for unlocking the access door should be obtained from the Parks Office. Please conserve electricity and make sure both timer and controls are turned off before re-locking the access door.
A duplex outlet is located on each side of the kitchen shelter center wall. An additional duplex outlet is located on the east side of the restroom. One deep, double sink with self-closing faucet is located in the kitchen shelter. Please do not put food scraps or grease in the sink.
The attractively renovated Clubhouse at Adair Village is owned and managed by Benton County Natural Areas and Parks Department, and operated by concessionaire contract with Valley Catering. It's the perfect location for your meeting, wedding reception, company picnic, holiday party or any special occasion. Some of the features that have made the Clubhouse so popular include:
For information and reservations, call Valley Catering, 541-745-7455.
The Benton County Natural Areas and Parks Department serves the interests and pursuits of Benton County residents by providing access to natural, historic, and recreational areas and conserving, restoring and developing parkland investments.