Alsea to Salmonberry Park

About Alsea to Salmonberry Park

A lollipop shaped route from the town to Alsea to Salmonberry Park. It features a scenic park along the Alsea River, a great view of Grass Mountain, and a historic covered bridge. This route is 17 miles, with 1300' of climbing, and is 69% unpaved.

Essential information

Starting location: Alsea (see location). Parking is available along Main Street.

Distance & drive time (from downtown Corvallis): 24 miles; 34 minutes

RWGPS route map: 17 miles; +1300'; 69% unpaved.

Permit needed: Starker Forests recreation permit (for Salmonberry Tree Farm) (free)

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Places on the route

Alsea (see location)

Camp Chuchonnyhoof (closed)

Hayden Covered Bridge (see location)

Salmonberry Park is on the banks of the Alsea River 7 miles west of the town of Alsea on Hwy 34 (location map) and is operated by Benton County. Camping is available from 5/1 to 10/31 and sites are reservable.

Starker Forests - Salmonberry Tree Farm (a free permit is required)