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Picnic and Campsite at McKenzie Bridge Campground - Willamette National Forest OR

McKenzie Bridge Campground – Willamette National Forest OR

Date added: September 4, 2022

Also referred to as the McKenzie River Campground, the McKenzie Bridge Campground was among the first campgrounds built with Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) labor in the Willamette National Forest (WNF). The forest supervisor prioritized recreation projects in the WNF, setting… read more

Group Picnic Facilities at Horse Creek Campground - Willamette National Forest OR

Horse Creek Group Campground – Willamette National Forest OR

Date added: September 2, 2022

Among the first of their recreation related construction projects, Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) enrollees from Camp Belknap laid out and built the Horse Creek Campground in 1934. The group campground is located one-and-a-half miles south of McKenzie Bridge on the… read more

Plaque Honoring the CCC Enrollees of Camp Belknap - Willamette National Forest OR

CCC Camp Belknap (former) – Willamette National Forest

Date added: August 25, 2022

Contributing improvements in forest management and recreation development, CCC Camp Belknap operated in the Willamette National Forest for five years. From spring 1933 to summer 1938, Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) enrollees strung phone lines through the forest, constructed roads and… read more

CCC Camp Vale - Vale OR

CCC Camp Vale (former) – Vale OR

Date added: August 9, 2022

Built in the summer of 1935 and operated through October 1940, Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camp Vale served as the base for CCC enrollees working on the Vale Project’s irrigation system. The Bureau of Reclamation’s Vale Project involved construction of… read more

DAR Memorial Marker 20220615_DB

DAR Memorial Ponderosa Pine Grove – Ashland OR

Date added: June 24, 2022

In the spring of 1940, Civilian Conservation Corps enrollees from CCC Camp Applegate planted 1200 ponderosa pines in an acre of land south of Ashland’s Lithia Park on behalf of a local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution… read more