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Parks Department
Courthouse Square Park
Sometimes known as Dayton City Park, located in the heart of downtown Dayton, this wooded area is full of mementoes of the town's history and is the central gathering place for Dayton's community. 

Court House Square Park covers one full City block and is the home of many City events including the Dayton Friday Nights which is held each year on Friday's in June, July and August. 

The Park boasts of a Covered Picnic Area and Historic Bandstand and Fountain, a new children's play ground area, basketball court and restrooms.


The Covered Picnic Area and Bandstand are available to reserve for your family reunion or special event.  Availability can be check on the calendar to the right and a reservation request can be made online by clicking here


For more information or to request a reservation.  Contact the City of Dayton at (503) 864-2221 or stop by Dayton City Hall located at 416 Ferry Street, Dayton Oregon.  Park reservations require a signature and acknowledgement of park rules.  Check availability on the Park Use Calendar below:

Courthouse Square Park Use Calendar

Free Wi-Fi in the Park

As part of the Dayton Friday Night series, Online NW is providing free of charge Wi-Fi service, as part of their commitment to the Dayton Community. 

Online NW, in partnership with the Dayton community and the School District, helped launch innovate Dayton last year, a strategic initiative to create new economic opportunity for the community.  As a critical piece of this initiative, Online NW built in Dayton the fastest internet network on the West Coast and put in place a profit sharing agreement to provide seed funding for new innovation projects.  This fund is being used to help students working in the school's new i3 Center, one of the first centers of it's kind in the United States. 

Courthouse Square Park is a non-smoking, non-vaping and/or tobacco free facility.  Smoking and the use of tobacco and tobacco type devices are prohibited in and around all Dayton Public Parks.  The Dayton City Council passed Ordinance 625 which prohibits smoking and tobacco use in all public parks as of June 1, 2015.  For more information see Section 2.10.2 of the Dayton Municipal Code.

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