McKenzie River Mountain Resort

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Description

Mountain Hotel, Cabins and Conference Center

McKenzie River Mountain Resort hotel, cabins and conference center is located in one of Central Oregon’s most scenic areas – home to America’s #1 Mountain Bike Trail, with 3 Scenic Drives, 4 giant waterfalls, relaxing hot springs, 2 Epic Road bike rides and hundreds of miles of gorgeous hiking trails!

For clean, comfortable and affordable lodging either in a hotel style rooms or in a vacation home – this is the place for you.

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McKenzie River Mountain Resort

Fish Lake Remount Depot - part of historic Santiam Wagon Train Road just above the McKenzie River Trail - great historic place to explore - no cost ... See MoreSee Less

Fish Lake Remount Depot - part of historic Santiam Wagon Train Road just above the McKenzie River Trail - great historic place to explore - no cost

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and, the fall colors are beautiful!

Love this place!

One of my all time favorite places on earth. 😊

Howabout an evening look at the Hall House cabin?

I'm looking forward to visiting.

BEAUTIFUL !!!!

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Terwilliger Hot Springs is Open!#HorseCreekComplex #AvenueFire #RebelFire #NashFire #SeparationFire #WillametteWildfires

Tewilliger Hot Springs is open.

Highway 242 remains closed.

Update for Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017, 9 a.m.
Fire Information: (541) 719-8371
Online: inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/5523/
www.facebook.com/WillametteWildfires2017/
Willamettewildfires2017@gmail.com

Attention: The removal of hazardous trees on Forest Service Road 19 is complete and there is no longer a need to keep the northern portion of the Aufderheide Scenic Byway (FSR 19) closed. This will allow access to Tewilliger “Cougar” Hot Springs. FSR 19 will remain closed from Cougar Crossing to Frissell Crossing as crews complete repair work in that area of the Rebel Fire. Recreation sites and trailheads along the closed portion of FSR 19 will remain inaccessible.

Areas, roads and trails in the McKenzie River Ranger District of the Willamette National Forest are open. The trails in the southern portion of the Mount Washington Wilderness have reopened. Horse Creek Road, FSR 2638 is open along with East Fork and Wapiti, FSR 1993.

The Three Sisters Wilderness area in the Ranger District will remain closed because of the recent wildfires. The exception is the following trails and areas to their south that will are open: Frissell Crossing #3320; Olallie #3529; Wildcat #3331; the portion of Water Holes #3538 that connects to Park #3530; Horse Lake #3516 and east to the forest boundary.

Drivers are encouraged to be cautious on all Forest Roads because of ongoing operations. Visitors to reopened lands may encounter areas burned by recent and past wildfires and need to be aware of their surroundings as trees can fall without warning.

Heavy equipment is operating on Highway 242, Old McKenzie Highway, removing hazardous trees. This operation is underway for the Separation Fire on the west side of the Cascade Crest and the Milli Fire to the east of the crest. The wood product is hauled over the road from each site to be sorted for firewood, fish habitat restoration, and merchantable materials. For the safety of the public and the crews working, the road is closed to all traffic including hikers, bicyclists and skateboarders. Trailheads and recreation sites on Highway 242 will remain closed.

Current Situation: Saturday morning at 8:00 the McKenzie River Type 3 Team is transitioning management of the Horse Creek Complex and Rebel Fire to a smaller organization overseen by the McKenzie River Ranger District. Suppression repair is nearly complete on the Separation, Avenue, and Rebel fires. Seeding is being done on repaired dozer and hand lines on Separation and Avenue fires. Grading work continues on Forest Roads around Avenue Fire. Repair work is being completed on control lines in the Foley Springs area. Crews continue repair work on the Rebel Fire.
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Terwilliger Hot Springs is Open!

1 month ago

McKenzie River Mountain Resort

Come ride/hike the McKenzie River Trail - recent rain has brought blue skies! Light traffic makes this the best time to visit!!

$99 Stay and play special includes 1 night lodging and 1 free shuttle seat - $124 for 2 people!! (Save up to $50!!). 541-822-6272
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Come ride/hike the McKenzie River Trail - recent rain has brought blue skies!  Light traffic makes this the best time to visit!!  

$99 Stay and play special includes 1 night lodging and 1 free shuttle seat - $124 for 2 people!!  (Save up to $50!!). 541-822-6272

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Where is this Mindy?

1 month ago

McKenzie River Mountain Resort

We got almost an inch of rain today!!! That should really help w the fires that are in the nearby national forests.

While we are in a safe zone, many of our friends and our favorite attractions are closer to the fires and threatened by the fire's continued growth.

So we are very happy and thankful for the rain.
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We got almost an inch of rain today!!!  That should really help w the fires that are in the nearby national forests.

While we are in a safe zone, many of our friends and our favorite attractions are closer to the fires and threatened by the fires continued growth.  

So we are very happy and thankful for the rain.

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Thanks for the update.

Laary Cushman

Thanks God

Did Belknap Hot Springs burn?

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  • Address
    51688 finn Rock OR 97488
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  • Category
    Hotel, Lodging, Vacation Homes/Cabins, Wedding Venue
  • Location
    Blue River, Eugene, Finn Rock, McKenzie River
  • Tags
    bikes, biking, cabin, conference, conference center, hotel, Inn, lodge, Lodging, McKenzie, McKenzie River, McKenzie River Mountain Resort, mckenzie river trail shuttle, motel, mountain bike, mountain bike rentals, mountain resort, resort, shuttle, trail, vacation home

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    09:00~ 21:00
  • Tues
    09:00~ 21:00
  • Wed
    09:00~ 21:00
  • Tues
    09:00~ 21:00
  • Fri
    09:00~ 21:00
  • Sat
    09:00~ 21:00
  • Sun
    09:00~ 21:00

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  • By Chris LaVoie
  • Email: clavoie541@gmail.com

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