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Known for its cold, crystal clear waters the class II-III McKenzie River hosts whitewater thrill seekers, world class anglers, and nature lovers. Charge Martens Rapid in your kayak, spend the day casting for steelhead from a famous McKenzie River Drift Boat, or stay close to the river but clear of the splash while hiking the McKenzie River National Recreation Trail.  (source: TravelLaneCounty.com)

When to Go: april-october

Best Features: Beautiful scenery, whitewater, fishing

Rafting Difficulty Level: class I, I

Fish: wild / hatchery trout, salmon, steelhead

Good For: Single Day fishing and rafting close to Eugene. Several great kayaking playspots at Redsides, and below moms pies

Miles: 0.00

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