Located in Marion County, Keizer is home to more than 36,000 people. Get on a bus rental and charter in Keizer, Oregon and explore the city's history and outdoor activities via its parks.
A bus rental and charter in Keizer, Oregon can help you tour these places:
Go to the 45th Parallel to be at the halfway point between the North Pole and the equator. You can find the marker just north of Chemawa Road. Or perhaps check out the Claggett Cemetery where you can the city's first graves.
The Donation Land Claim Monument commemorates the law that granted land to the first settlers that came to the city from Independence Missouri. The law gave single white men more than 320 acres of land while married couples got double that. The law also gave up to 160 acres to claimants that came after December 1850.
Check out the T.D. Keizur Statue depicts the one of the city's founders, Thomas Dave Keizer. Keizer contributed a lot into the city's growth and development, including being one of the pioneer settlers in the city, a two-term legislator, and was the first commander of the group that would later become the state's National Guard. The statue was created by Gareth Curtiss and is made out of bronze. You can see it at the Keizer civic Center.
Old Keizer School was built in the 1910s and sports a craftsman architecture. It has four rooms, two playrooms in the basement and a wood furnace under the flight of stairs. The school building stood vacant in the 1980s and was bought by City Hall. It is now used as the Keizer Heritage Community Center.
Visit the Keizer Rapids Park with 120 acres of space that features a big toy playground, multi-purpose path, picnic facilities, a 400 seat amphitheater, dog park, boat in camping, nature trails, disc golf course, sand volleyball court and a marine facility.
You can play baseball, soccer, tennis and basketball at several parks such as Bob Newton Family Park, Claggett Creek Park, Keizer Little League Park, Northview Terrace Park, and Willamette Manor Park.
The Ben Miller Family Park has two picnic tables, a toddler playground, and drinking fountain, while the Country Glen Park has five acres of space that includes a multi-use trail, picnic facilities, play structure and other features. Other parks you can go to include Carlson Skate Park, Hidden Creek Park, Meadows Park, Mike Whittam Park, Northridge Park, Palma Ceia Park, Sunset Park, and Wallace House Park.
See the city's official Christmas Tree, which is a live pine tree that the city uses for its holiday tree. The city used to cut down live trees until it became not practical to do so every year. The current tree is the second one to be planted for the purpose and now stands at more than 63 feet.
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