McMurphy Park, Vader, Washington

Mc Murphy Park's Walnut Tree. 2011


Delores McMurphy, park benefactor, watching 
the Boy Scouts perfom a Flag Raising.

About McMurphy Park:

Dedicated: 2007
Size: 10.5 acres
Natural Features: Over 600 feet of Olequa Creek front shaded by natural foliage, 
                            large open grassy areas, 100 year old Black Walnut Tree.
Amenities: Barbeque pits, picnic tables, trash recepticles. Port-o-potties
                  with wheelchair access.
Parking: Spaces are available outside of the main gate. Parking inside 
              the park is available only in designated areas while park is open.
Animals: Dogs allowed on leash, no horses.
Park Hours: Dawn - Dusk, March thru September (depending on weather 
Reservations: Contact Vader City Hall 360-295-3222

McMurphy Park

The famous "Little Falls" for which the city was originally 
named are found here at McMurphy Park.
Dianne Floyd,
Mar 30, 2015, 4:32 PM