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Whitewater rafting on the McKenzie River is a bucket list experience for many outdoor adventurers. Fly-fishing, birding, kayaking or hiking along the water's edge provides a refreshing respite from urban living.
The McKenzie River Trail (MRT) is a favorite for families, avid hikers and mountain bikers. With many segments leading to shady fishing holes, sparkling pools, geocaches and lush campgrounds, this pristine recreational trail system is a gem!
Drive the National Scenic Byways stopping to see covered bridges, waterfalls and the impressive and out-of-this-world Dee Wright Observatory. Enjoy an afternoon of golf in the cool mountain air. Soak in the warm, soothing water of natural hot springs. Poke around an artist's gallery, explore local museum collections and shop at quaint country stores.
Whitewater rafting on the McKenzie River, an hour from Eugene. Special touches by experienced, personable guides will make for an unforgettable experience. Large group MORE >>
This scenic byway, connecting Highways 126 and 58, winds through the lush undergrowth of the majestic Willamette National Forest and meanders along the cold, clear waters MORE >>
River: McKenzie River Length: 120 feet (37 m) Year Constructed: 1966 Nearest Town: Blue River Follow Hwy 126 east approximately 46 miles to McKenzie Bridge. One MORE >>
Accessible spa environment at Belknap Hot Springs Resort on the McKenzie River, about 60 miles east of Eugene. It features two spring-fed swimming pools of hot mineral MORE >>
Blue River Reservoir offers boating, fishing, swimming, water skiing, picnicking, and camping throughout the summer season. Services are available in the community of MORE >>
Offering gas, diesel, propane, groceries, hardware, gifts, hot deli, visitor information center, Forest Service passes, ice, produce, firewood, RV supplies, fishing and MORE >>
Christmas Treasures brings you the most treasured ornaments and items for gift giving and collecting. Come experience the Old World charm, not only during the holiday MORE >>
HWY 242 leading to the Dee Wright Observatory is CLOSED FOR THE SEASON. (November 2012). This historic observatory, built of lava rock, offers panoramic views of Cascade MORE >>
This easy 0.5 mile (0,8 km) wheelchair accessible loop trail winds through a diverse, ancient, and beautiful forest ecosystem where 650 year old trees tower over 200 feet MORE >>
For only $40, two can golf for the price of one at 25 Oregon and Washington golf courses. What a deal! Participating Lane County courses include: Fiddler's Green Golf MORE >>