When I first headed west on Barger I turned down the first Irwin street I saw, which turned out to be E Irwin way. Trust me, don’t do that, or you will park here…
It’s not terrible, but you’ll be missing out on this great, shaded, ample parking lot.
When you have kids in the car, you don’t want to park on the side of the road.
At Irwin, you will come to a nice little covered area.
I love the tiles in some Eugene parks.
I like that you can hang out in a covered area that is right next to the play structure!
A great climbing wall here
This play structure has a great tunnel, lots of bars for swinging, super slide and small slide, funny mirror, and a bouncy type, see-saw thing…
Fun tunnel time!!!
Bouncer? See-saw? or both?
the standard two baby swing, two big kid swing set-up
Twice the dizzying possibilities of the standard Eugene park
There’s a lot to do in this park. Did you bring a basketball or baseball? There’s a basketball court and a baseball diamond. Both are in pretty good shape. The basketball hoop has a nice looking net and the baseball diamond seems to be pretty well-kept and smooth.
Let’s take a walk beyond the basketball court, shall we?
nice little trail, benches, and field out here.
Let’s go the other way too, beyond the play structure.
neat little bridge.
Found these discarded clothes by the bridge, not sure what it is, looked like someone just threw out a bunch of clothes (maybe stolen clothes that someone didn’t want?) But mostly I was happy with the lack of debris and litter in the field area, it was very pleasant.
I think Irwin makes a nice park for a playdate.