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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Oregon / Washington

Recreation Sites

The wide variation in the lands managed by the District offers the perfect compromise between the urban parks in the cities and the high elevation recreation opportunities in the adjacent Willamette, Siuslaw, and Umpqua National Forests. More than 200,000 visitors a year come to the Eugene District to sightsee, hike, fish, swim, hunt, picnic, and pursue other recreational activities.

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Site Name and Description Activities Facilities
Clay Creek

Fees: Camping - $10 per day, $5 per extra vehicle (maximum 3 vehicles per campsite)

Clay Creek

Clay Creek is a favorite if you enjoy riverside camping with an interpretive trail to old-growth timber. The Siuslaw River is a salmon ...   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Fishing Geological Sightseeing Hiking Swimming Watchable Wildlife Camping Camp Sites (Accessible) Group Shelter Picnic Sites Restrooms (Accessible) Trails Drinking Water
Hult Reservoir

Fees: No fees associated with this site.

Hult Reservoir

Also referred to as Horton Pond, Hult Reservoir is an ideal site for a picnic, camp, or an afternoon playing on the water. The reservoir ...   more>>

Rafting Fishing Horse Back Riding Mountain Biking Swimming Watchable Wildlife Camping Boat Ramps Camp Sites Horse Facilities Picnic Sites Restrooms (Accessible) Trails
Lake Creek Falls

Fees: No fees are associated with this site.

Lake Creek Falls

The alcohol ban is now in effect for the Lower Lake Creek Falls recreation area. Possession or consumption of alcohol at the ...   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Swimming Watchable Wildlife Interpretive Trail Restrooms
McKenzie River

Fees: No fees associated with BLM-managed facilities located adjacent to the river corridor.

McKenzie River

One of the region's most popular rivers for white water rafting and float boating, the McKenzie also offers easy access to world class ...   more>>

Rafting Fishing Swimming Watchable Wildlife Boat Ramps Interpretive Trail Picnic Sites Restrooms (Accessible)
Row River Trail

Fees: No fees associated with this site.

Row River Trail

Bicyclists, hikers, and equestrians may enjoy the numerous lakeside vistas and historic covered bridges along the Row River Trail.   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Fishing Hiking Horse Back Riding Mountain Biking Mineral Collecting Swimming Watchable Wildlife Horse Facilities Interpretive Trail Picnic Sites Restrooms (Accessible) Trails Drinking Water
Sharps Creek

Fees: Camping - $8 per day, $5 per extra vehicle (maximum 3 vehicles per campsite)

Sharps Creek

Sharps Creek Recreation Site is nestled in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, 18 miles southeast of Cottage Grove. Located ...   more>>

Fishing Hiking Mineral Collecting Swimming Camping Camp Sites Picnic Sites Restrooms (Accessible) Drinking Water
Shotgun Creek

Fees: $3 per day or $15 per season. For 2014, fees are in effect from 6/14 - 9/14.

Shotgun Creek

FOR 2014, SHOTGUN CREEK PARK HOURS WILL BE:

MAY 1 - JUNE 13: 8:30am - 4:30pm

JUNE 14 - SEPTEMBER 14: 10:00am ...   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Fishing Hiking Swimming Group Shelter Picnic Sites Picnic Shelter Playground Restrooms (Accessible) Trails (Accessible) Drinking Water
Tyrrell Forest Succession Trail

Fees: No fees associated with this site.

Tyrrell Forest Succession Trail

The Forest Succession Trail at the Travis Tyrrell Seed Orchard is a .75 mile long self-guided interpretive trail that provides visitors ...   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Hiking Interpretive Trail Trails
West Eugene Wetlands

Fees: No fees associated with this site.

West Eugene Wetlands

On the western edge of Eugene, visitors can view wildlife and restored wetlands while they walk trails or ride the Fern Ridge Bicycle ...   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Hiking Watchable Wildlife Interpretive Trail Restrooms Trails
Whittaker Creek

Fees: Camping - $10 per day, $5 per extra vehicle (maximum 3 vehicles per site)

Whittaker Creek

Whittaker Creek Campground will close on July 14 for the remainder of the 2014 season. The early closure is necessary to replace ...   more>>

Botanical Sightseeing Rafting Fishing Geological Sightseeing Hiking Swimming Watchable Wildlife Camping Boat Ramps Camp Sites (Accessible) Interpretive Trail Picnic Sites Restrooms (Accessible) Trails Drinking Water
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