On April 21, 1976, the Oregon State Fish and Wildlife Commission deeded 21.87 acres in the center of their 260 acre warm water fish pond area to Marion County for a park. The St. Louis Ponds were cooperatively developed by Marion County, Oregon State Highway Department, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. The park is the central focal point on the site. Major uses on the site are warm water fishing and dog training.
Facilities at a Glance
Hours8:00 a.m. to Sunset
LocationThirteen miles from Salem, River Road (219) to St. Louis turnoff, east under crossing the railroad tracks, south to the site.
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For More Fishing & Gun Use Information Contact:Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
3406 Cherry Ave NE
Salem, Or 97303
503-947-6100Click Here for ODFW Home