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The architectural elements of Deadwood Bridge are quite unique. Flooring was installed on a slant so that traffic rounding the corner onto the bridge would travel more safely. Other elements include false end beams, semi-elliptical portal arches with trim, and large openings along the west elevation. The cost to build the bridge totaled $4,814, and it became a part of the state’s secondary road system.

The bridge was bypassed in the 1970s with a concrete bridge and little maintenance was performed until its condition worsened in the early 1980s. County officials then decided to rehabilitate the covered bridge, and in 1986 workers restored the bridge to near mint condition. Deadwood Bridge was then reopened to traffic in October, 1986.

Built: 1932, 1986
Truss: Howe
Span: 105 feet
Stream: Deadwood Creek

Directions: From the junction of Hwy. 99 and Hwy. 36, proceed west 34 miles to Lower Deadwood Creek Rd. Follow this road north five miles to Deadwood Loop. This bridge is located at mile point 0.3.

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This is the spot for all types of water sports: fishing, boating, swimming, water skiing, and personal watercraft. The park also offers bird-watching, wildlife viewing, interpretive displays and nature programs.

The park has a large campground bordering the lake. Along with two swimming areas, you’ll find two playgrounds, a wildlife viewing area, and a visitor center with historical exhibits and a store with gifts, ice, soft drinks, firewood, souvenirs and educational toys.

Vital stats: The campground is open March – November. A small day-use fee is charged, or buy a $25 annual permit for access to all state park day-use areas. The campground has 107 full hookup, 70 electrical, 134 tent (maximum site 60 feet), 82 boat slips. For information only, call (503)854-3346 or (800) 551-6949. Campsites are reservable. To make reservations, call (800)-452-5687.

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Popular activities at Dexter State Recreation Site include boating, waterskiing, fishing, swimming, hiking, disc golf and picnicking.

Whether you like to fish or boat, you’ll find a pair of convenient day-use parks on the lake. Dexter State Recreation Site, on the western edge of Dexter Reservoir, not only has a large parking area and convenient access to the reservoir, but you can reach nearby Elijah Bristow State Park through a system of connecting trails. An 18-hole disc golf course is now open at the park.

Vital Stats: There is no fee to use this park. There is no water at this park.

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Domaine Drouhin Oregon was established in 1987 by the Drouhin Family of Burgundy (Maison Joseph Drouhin). Our distinctive Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays are handcrafted by fourth-generation winemaker, Véronique Drouhin-Boss, and are elegant, balanced wines with a clear sense of place. Véronique’s extraordinary palate guides every decision, from picking and fermentation, to final blending and bottling. Philippe Drouhin, Véronique’s brother, is in charge of DDO’s viticulture and is highly regarded for his work in both Burgundy and Oregon. With 125 acres under vine, at 3,100 vines per acre, the Drouhin Family Estate is one of the most densely planted vineyards in the New World. Our four-level gravity-flow winery was built in 1989 and is considered a Dundee Hills landmark. We invite you to join us and Experience French Soul on Oregon Soil!

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A passion and commitment to produce the world’s best Pinot Noir led Ken and Grace to Oregon in 1989. They founded Domaine Serene in the Dundee Hills located in the North Willamette Valley, where Oregon Pinot Noir began and where its heart remains. With 3 vineyard estates totaling 312 acres and planted exclusively to Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, Domaine Serene’s environmentally friendly farming practices and extremely low crop yields produce consistently concentrated, award winning wines. The most famous wine critic in the World, Robert Parker, rated Domaine Serene as one of only two outstanding producers of Pinot Noir in Oregon, and the 17th Annual Wine & Spirit’s Restaurant Poll named Domaine Serene Pinots as the Most Popular Oregon Pinot Noir in the country. In the now legendary “Domaine Serene vs.Domaine de la Romanée Conti” blind tasting, Domaine Serene bested the most sought after Pinot Noirs in France, while renowned wine writer, Anthony Dias Blue, declared Domaine Serene the “Château Lafite of Oregon

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Located at the upper end of Dorena Reservoir, the Dorena Covered Bridge was built in conjunction with the completion of Dorena Dam. Sometimes referred to as Star Bridge, it provides access to the nearby Star Ranch. Star Ranch was once a large private estate that has been reduced to about 100 acres. The original town site named for Dora Burnette and Rena Martin (by combining parts of their first names) is underwater at the bottom of the reservoir. The covered bridge was bypassed by a concrete bridge in 1974. Dorena Covered Bridge is slated for rehabilitation in the summer of 1996, and will be part of a rest area overlooking Dorena Reservoir. River: Row River Length: 105 feet (32 m) Year Constructed: 1949 Nearest Town: Dorena Located on Shoreview Drive off Garoutte Road near Cottage Grove.

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Located in the heart of Oregon wine country and owned by the Ponzi family, The Dundee Bistro celebrates the bounty of the region with its signature Willamette Valley cuisine and an extensive list of the very best wines from Oregon and around the world.

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Founded in 1974 by Pat and Joe Campbell, Elk Cove now owns over 200 acres of estate vineyards. Winemaker Adam Campbell produces outstanding single vineyard Pinot noir, Pinot gris, Pinot blanc, Riesling as well as the highly sought after “Ultima” dessert wine. A banquet room is available for meetings and receptions. “For the pure beauty of its setting, no winery in Oregon can match the breath-taking views from Elk Cove’s spendid wine tasting room.” Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate

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Walk the trail through their native plant park, observe native butterflies and learn their life cycle, tour Fort Umpqua, a replica of the Hudson’s Bay Company fur trading post, view works of art by local artists or browse the gift shop fpr nature and history related gifts and handmade items from local craftsmen.  All in a day at the Elkton Education Center & Butterfly Pavilion.

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This 20-acre outdoor theme park, nestled in a forested setting just off I-5 in Salem, is something of an Oregon icon. It has been family owned and operated since opening its doors in 1971. Today, there are kiddy rides, slides and storybook lane for the younger set, and a haunted house, Big Timber Log Ride (the biggest log ride in the Northwest) and a roller coaster for the slightly older bunch.

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