Cascadia

Cascadia is a great little town. It’s got that off-the-beaten track, locals-only, undiscovered territory kind of charm. And since it’s so hush-hush, we currently don’t have any stories or activities for this little gem. We can tell you about towns nearby, but as for Cascadia, we’re counting on you to go exploring and report back.

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Nearby Vida

Vida tucks up against the foothills of the Cascade mountains in the Willamette Valley. Perched along the McKenzie River, this little town is home to the state’s second longest covered bridge and is the gateway to the McKenzie River Trail. Runners,…

Nearby Blue River

Aptly named for the striking blue color of itsrocky bed, Blue River is a charming communitylocated at the confluence of the Blue and McKenzie rivers inthe Willamette National Forest. It's home to the Belknap Covered Bridge and the H.J. Andrews…

Nearby Leaburg

The town of Leaburg is tucked into the banks of the Wild and Scenic McKenzie River. Visitors are lured by the picturesque Goodpasture Covered Bridge straddling those waters, as well as the McKenzie River Trail, a nationally renowned, 26-mile hiking…

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