Finn Rock Landing Restoration on the Middle Mckenzie

Screen Shot 2022-07-08 at 6.07.24 AM and The Caddis Fly Angling Shop invite you to participate in building a new landing at Finn Rock on the McKenzie River. Finn Rock is a popular landing for anglers and whitewater enthusiasts and this project will improve the site tremendously and keep it free to the public. We are very lucky to have McKenzie River Trust in our community. MRT is local, accessible, and is protecting and creating vital habitats on the McKenzie River. Additionally MRT protects the very fine water we all drink in the Willamette Valley. I encourage you to participate in this new project. Please give at this link: A Better Place to Land

From McKenzie River Trust

Connecting People to the River

Finn Rock Landing is the most popular landing on the Upper McKenzie. As a part of a larger land protection project, McKenzie River Trust purchased the area in 2016. The Finn Rock Landing is located at the downstream end of a 278-acre conservation project where caring for the land and community come together. Used by rafters, kayakers, and drift boats, the space supports public access while also serving professional guides and outfitters. Since purchasing the landing, McKenzie River Trust has invested in site improvements including installing bathrooms, an informational kiosk, and creating paved ADA parking spaces. Now, we have the opportunity to make a lasting investment in the area to support outdoor recreation and tourism economies for the McKenzie River Valley.

Today we’re asking you to join us in this important community work. Your support of this project is building more than just a boat landing, it’s building a stronger connection between people and rivers in western Oregon.

Donate Here: A Better Place to Land

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