Hull Picnic Table
This 85-foot-long table is made from a single slice of an old-growth Douglas Fir.
The Hull Picnic Table at Avery Park, Corvallis, OR
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An ideal spot to host a large picnic, this unique table can comfortably fit 60 people (up to 100 if guests are willing to squeeze). The Hull Picnic Table is a continuous slice of an old-growth Douglas Fir that stood at the time Columbus discovered the Americas. It is one of six 85-foot lengths cut by the Hull-Oaks Timber Mill and installed as picnic tables at public parks in Oregon.
In addition to this one at Avery Park in Corvallis, two others still exist at the Benton County Fairgrounds, and at Blogett County Park.
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The picnic is located in the Lions Shelter at Avery Park.
December 29, 2022
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