Historic cottages and lodge suites on the McKenzie River 541-822-3715
Inn at the Bridge
Riverfront cabins located in McKenzie Bridge 541-822-6006
Lodge and cabins on the McKenzie River 541-822-6231
There are many beautiful campsites along the McKenzie River in the area where we raft. Most campsites are first-come, first-serve.Our favorites are McKenzie Bridge, Paradise and Olallie, but all of them are great. Click HERE
for a list and map of area campgrounds from Willamette National Forest.
Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. Located at the summit of McKenzie Pass on Scenic Highway 242. Great alternate route to and from the river! Make sure to allow an extra 30 minutes of drive time.
Sahalie & Koosah Falls
Very accessible, beautiful waterfalls located 17 miles northeast of McKenzie Bridge on HWY 126.
McKenzie River Trail
Following along the McKenzie River for 26 miles this trail offers great hiking and biking oppurtunities.
Belknap Hot Springs is located on the McKenzie River and has two mineral pools for soaking and a secret garden for walking.
The 4th largest craft brewery in Oregon, Ninkasi Brewing is located in the Whiteaker neigborhood in Eugene. A must visit for any beer fan.
Not only a lodging option but a great place for an extended stay with many activities including horse back riding, biking, hiking and more. Best of all Black Butte offers free rafting with some of their lodging packages.