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Stayed at the Schwarz Campground, 5 miles east of Cottage Grove, OR, and biked the Row River Trail over two days with my 16 year old son. Best paved bike trail we’ve ever been on!
We saw all six Covered Bridges of Cottage Grove, using...More
Did the whole trail out and back from Cottage Grove. Also made sure to see the 3 covered bridges along the way. Dorena bridge requires a short road ride, but not difficult. Riding along the lake was nice too. Many marked uneven spots on the...More
This trail is paved for miles. We rode up to the lake. Right next to this bridge is a covered bridge to see. I would highly recommend riding Bikes on this trail. I want to do it again soon. Very scenic.
We drove the route of the six covered bridges in Cottage Grove. Very pleasant and beautiful country side. The bridges are impressive and two can be driven through. It's a fun drive and provides some pretty photo opportunities.
I've biked this trail a couple of times & always come away wondering why I don't drive the 90 minutes from my home more often. The trail is well maintained & beautiful. Not too difficult for even more "mature" cyclists - although we did get...More
It is easy to find 4-5 covered bridges in Cottage Grove, Oregon. Look up on maps app in phone. All are on side of road for pedestrian use only. Like us, you may be the only ones there. If you're above a stream look for...More
We hoped to find some good biking trails during our trip, but this was wonderful. We really stumbled on this as our reason in Cottage Grove for staying was really a local winery. But our hotel informed us of this trail. Our hotel was close...More
We rented bikes from Rainy Peak Bike Shop on Main St, walked them 3 blocks to the trailhead, the road to Mile 9 Harm Park, the returned. Covered Bridges, scenic Dorena Lake....and do not miss the official looking yellow diamond warning sign about Sasquatch along...More
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One can certainly drive to one of many parking areas and get out and walk . This allows one to walk any lenght of this trail. We park at a park at the intersection of Mosby Creek Road and Lang Road and there is a covered... More
One can certainly drive to one of many parking areas and get out and walk . This allows one to walk any lenght of this trail. We park at a park at the intersection of Mosby Creek Road and Lang Road and there is a covered bridge nearby on Lang Road.