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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Oregon / Washington

Eugene Water Recreation

The Eugene District BLM offers wonderful boating opportunities for everyone; from those seeking a relaxing paddle on a pond to whitewater river enthusiasts.

For fishing information and regulations, contact the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.

River/ Pond Water Access Length (in miles) Season Difficulty Features
McKenzie River Silver Creek Landing

Rennie Landing

Taylor Landing
90 (Sahalie Falls to Willamette River) Year-Round class I-III+ The scenic McKenzie River offers rafting, kayaking, and bank and drift boat fishing.

There are numerous developed and undeveloped boat landings along the river. Generally, the further upstream, the river flows and rapids are more technical. Plan your float trip based on your knowledge of the river and technical ability.

Please respect private property and observe all posted signs along the river.
Siuslaw River Whittaker Creek

Clay Creek
70 (Siuslaw Falls to Pacific Ocean) April- June class I-II+ The Siuslaw River offers fishing, kayaking, canoeing, and rafting.

Most rapids are located near the confluence of Lake Creek. This section of the river traverses mostly public land and there are many undeveloped boat landing available to the public for dispersed camping and picnicking.
Hult Recreation Site Hult Reservoir small pond Year-Round flat water This old log pond offers canoeing, kayaking, and other non-motorized boating.

The pond and surrounding wetlands support a diverse plant, fish, and wildlife population.