Best of all worlds! Cozy, yet roomy and amenity-filled "rustic-luxe" retreat on the edge of pristine wilderness. You hear only the rhythm of river rapids, yet you can walk to restaurants, seasonal entertainment and general store. With unobstructed river views from all rooms except baths, this 10-year old cabin is set back from the river, so it's filled with sunlight not dampness. As one of several cabins around a common area, it's private, not isolated. Wheelchair accessible, and ready for both relaxing and adventuring!
You have full use of cabin, including fully equipped kitchen with staples, coffee and tea, even herbs for cooking. River stone fireplace (gas) indoors, huge screened in porch. Lots of great books (many by Pacific NW authors) to peruse, and lots of games as well. Wifi if you want to stay connected too.
This cabin and the entire first floor (including one of the bedrooms and baths) is wheelchair-accessible. Great separation of space for two couples: one bedroom and bath on main floor, the second bed and bath upstairs. One king, one queen bed.
Perfect for quiet romantic getaways too. This is our future retirement home, and we are happy to share it with visitors who will treat it as they would their own. Not well set up for children, and not child-proofed. No pets: the floors are soft fir wood and easily damaged.
Tiny McKenzie Bridge is the last settlement before you head east over the Cascade Mountains to Central Oregon. McKenzie Bridge is close to a phenomenal variety of outdoor activities. We are located one mile west of the McKenzie River National Recreation Trail base, as well as many other outdoor recreational activities, including hiking, bicycling, boating, fishing, hot springs, golf, skiing and more. In 2016, we hiked the 26-mile length of the McKenzie River Trail over two days, and can advise on logistics if you are interested.
We have partnered with several local businesses to provide discounted tours, rentals and other services for our guests. There is a large guest information book in the cabin with the details, including our favorites.
There is daily bus service from Eugene Oregon: it takes a bit more than an hour- but probably better to drive if you plan to explore the area. Bring a bicycle or rent one locally: road and mountain bicycling opportunities are exceptional.
We welcome people of all backgrounds.