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This popular park on the Molalla River has 20 shaded campsites set amid mixed woods with red-cedar, Douglas-fir, and big-leaf maple. Listen for Western Wood-Pewee and Swainson’s Thrush in summer, and check kinglet and chickadee flocks in winter for Townsend’s Warbler. Fees apply for camping, and for day use on weekends from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

In Molalla, take Main St E to the ‘Y’ intersection and veer R on Mathias Rd. Curve L on Feyrer Park Rd and go 2 mi to the park entrance.

Also, county park. 3 miles SE of Molalla on the Molalla River. 20 RV suitable campsites. 3 picnic areas, softball, volleyball, playground. Easy access from I-5, I-205 and Mt. Hood Nat’l Forest.

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