Welcome to Cameron Park. Here you will find a nice paved trail, a play area, a half basketball court, and a picnic table. You will also find a Little Free Library.
This particular Little Free Library
was part of an Eagle Scout Project and created in June of 2013.
Here is an excerpt from the City of Auburn site about the park:
Cameron Park is a relatively linear park winding between two rows of houses. Most of the park is hidden from view at the main entrance, and visitors must take the asphalt path into the heart of the park to discover the remainder. The path winds through open grassy fields, planted with occasional trees. At the opposite end of the park is a colorful play structure. There are picnic tables next to the playground.
The layout of the path provides a good opportunity to integrate the play area into the rest of the park using landscaping to create a more lush and cohesive setting.
Named for dairy farmer Bruce Cameron, who donated property for a park when his property was sold for a housing development. The park was dedicated in 1989.