Oregon County Facing Cleanup After Snow Storm (3/8/2019)

Story by Woodall's Campground Management

The parks department has added a yurt, which is set to open for the 2019 season. The parks department has added a yurt, which is set to open for the 2019 season.

Linn County (Ore.) Parks Department staff will be busier than usual in coming weeks, cleaning up numerous downed trees and limbs before campgrounds open for the season, Parks Director Brian Carroll told the Linn County Board of Commissioners this week, according to the Gazette-Times

Carroll said the bridge railing at Majestic Falls between Lebanon and Sweet Home was damaged by falling trees, adding that trees throughout the parks system have split tops and could create hazards for the general public.

Carroll said that Clear Lake Resort received a large amount of snow during the recent storms, but fared well.

“Our staff kept the resort open, even during the bad weather,” Carroll said.

On another matter, Carroll said his staff has completed the addition of a yurt at River Bend, which is near Cascadia, and he plans to add a yurt at Clear Lake Resort, once he gets permission from the U.S. Forest Service.

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