Cameron McCarthy was the prime planning and design consultant for the bond-funded, 3.1 mile multi-use path extending from the Middle Fork Path, along the Mill Race channel, to the Booth-Kelly site in downtown Springfield. The project was identified as a high priority project in Willamalane’s 2012 Comprehensive Plan. The project created a looped path system… Read more »
Cameron McCarthy worked closely with Sherman County, Mid-Columbia Economic Development District, and the City of Rufus to develop a Conceptual Master Plan for a 98-acre linear park along the Columbia River. Sherman County is the only Oregon county with frontage along the Columbia River without a county or city waterfront park.
Cameron McCarthy was hired by Douglas County Parks to prepare a master plan for Pitchford Ranch and River Forks Park, located at the confluence of the North Umpqua and Umpqua Rivers. The Ranch is the site of a historic former boy’s ranch for pre-delinquent youth and the property includes a Discovery Garden operated by the… Read more »
Cameron McCarthy is currently working for Bend Park & Recreation District (BPRD) on the design development for Rockridge Park, an undeveloped 36-acre site adjacent to an elementary and middle school, and surrounded by residential neighborhoods. The project proposes the development of a 4 to 6-acre neighborhood park within the site and plans for future uses…. Read more »
Cameron McCarthy is currently working for Bend Park & Recreation Department (BPRD) on the design and construction of Hillside Park. Hillside Park includes an existing neighborhood park owned by BPRD and a reservoir and off-leash dog area owned by the City of Bend. The preliminary concept plans for the park envisioned new traditional play, nature… Read more »