COVID-19 Update: 5/5/2020 Campground Opening Information

Linn County Parks & Recreation COVID-19 Update

Camping Information
  • Linn County Parks & Recreation (LCPR) is happy to announce that we will begin welcoming campers back to Linn County's campgrounds as soon as possible.  LCPR is planning on phasing in the opening of it's campgrounds by May 15, 2020 and possibly earlier at some facilities.
  • Please keep in mind in order to keep our campgrounds open we will be asking campers to adhere to COVID-19 safety policies such as; physical distancing, wearing face masks when approaching other people and not congregating in groups of ten or more.
  • If you have questions, please email the Linn County Parks Office at parks@co.linn.or.us. We will answer your questions as soon as we can.  Please do not leave multiple phone messages as it will only slow down our response time.
  • Campers and guests will needs to supply their own soap and hand sanitizer.  Please keep in mind that our facilities are only as clean as the last person who used them.
Camping Reservations 
  • Linn County Park guests who had camping reservations canceled during the closure will receive a full refund. If you have questions, please email the Linn County Parks Office at parks@co.linn.or.us. We will answer your questions as soon as we can.  Please do not leave multiple phone messages as it will only slow down our response time.
  • Reservations may be canceled at any time by emailing. Please include the name of the park where you have your reservation, your name, date of reservation, reservation number (if known), and a phone number.
Day Use Information
  • Most DAY USE and BOAT RAMP facilities managed by Linn County are open if those facilities meet our requirements for staffing and cleaning. We are encouraging those visiting our open areas to practice physical distancing of six feet. We also suggest bringing your own hand sanitizer and soap, as several of our restrooms may not contain either.
Group Use
  •  Unfortunately, we will not be able to honor group camping or group picnic shelter reservations at this time.  We will be canceling and refunding all group reservations through May 31, 2020. We will update for June reservations as soon as we can.
Select facilities managed by Linn County that remain closed:
  • Linn County Parks & Recreation Main Office – Albany
  • Linn County Historical Museum
  • The Moyer House - Brownsville
  • Clear Lake Resort
  • Whitcomb Creek County Park Boat Ramp (Opens  5/8/2020)
  • John Neal Memorial County Park (Walk-ins welcome)
  • Lewis Creek County Park (Regular Seasonal Closure)
 

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