McKenzie River House Rental Photos and Description
House, 2 Bedrooms, 1.5 Baths, (Sleeps 4)
Ready for a great getaway! Perfect spot for a couple or two or for a 'ladies time-away'. Located on the scenic McKenzie River, this 2000+ sq ft. home offers a spectacular view of one of Oregon's famous historic covered bridges. Relax, put your feet up and enjoy a glass of wine while sitting out on the deck overlooking the river. Explore the riverbank or cast your line out for native trout & steelhead RIGHT outside your door.
At night, the lights on the covered bridge reflect across the river for a breathtaking site.
Great location, close to hiking, waterfalls, golfing, kayaking, mountain biking trails, hot springs, rafting...so many places to hike, float, ride, walk and experience. Visit two nearby fish hatcheries. For a rest from the outdoors, travel 20 miles to Eugene/Springfield where you can enjoy events at the UO, great restaurants or tour some of the local attractions. This multi-leveled home has large wrap-around decks, perfect for outdoor dining. Equipped with full kitchen facilites; there is also a river view breakfast/dining area. With a master bedroom with king bed and a lower level river view bedroom with a queen bed, the house comfortably sleeps 4 adults.
Keywords: Unique view, large decks, photographer's haven, osprey, geese, hiking, kayaking, rafting, boating, fishing, waterfalls, eagles, Pacific Crest Trail, hot springs, golf, mountain biking, on river near lake
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- not suitable for children
- pets not allowed
- Long-term Renters Welcome
About The Owner
My wife and I have always loved the river and all the activites it has to offer. Fly fishing, rafting, hiking and exploring the area, as well as kicking back on a beautiful day gives us time to relax from our busy work schedules.
The Owner purchased this house in 2009
Why The Owner chose McKenzie River
This home is close to Eugene/Springfield and sits in a beautiful location on the river, with easy access to the water.
What makes this house unique
Sitting on the deck, with a view of one of Oregon's covered bridges, offers you an unique experience to photograph and explore upclose a piece of history.