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Known for its historic covered bridges, Cottage Grove is a friendly, recreation and family-oriented small town. Located at the southern end of the Willamette Valley, Cottage Grove has many opportunities for family vacations. Dorena Lake and Cottage Grove Lake, located only minutes from the downtown area, offer overnight and day picnicking opportunities as well as boating, fishing, swimming and camping. Fishing and angling are available at Row River, below the Dorena Dam, and in Dorena Lake itself. Fishermen have caught both trout and catfish in Dorena Lake, and rainbow and cutthroat trout in Row River. Dorena Lake is also famous for its windsurfing.

Golfers have three courses to choose from - Middlefield Village Golf Course, along the Row River, Hidden Valley Golf course at the foot of Mount David, and Emerald Valley Golf Course, located 10 miles north of Cottage Grove in Creswell.

Visiting art galleries, specialty shops and antique shops is a favorite pastime in Cottage Grove. Many of the shops are within walking distance of each other, making it a perfect place for that day out for browsing from shop to shop.

Hospitality abounds at the many places to dine and stay at in Cottage Grove, either in town or by one of the two lakes. Accommodations in Cottage Grove are near such diversions as tennis, hiking, swimming, and sailing. They offer access to the downtown shopping area and the city's three parks. Cottage Grove also has family dining at reasonable prices.

For golfing, camping, fishing, or just a fun day in town, Cottage Grove is the place to visit.

 


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    The Bohemia Mining District, located past the Dorena Reservoir, is the site of a mid-ninteenth century gold rush. Covered bridges, abandoned mines and ghost towns such as Bohemia City can be toured by vehicle.

    There is also an extensive exhibit on the Bohemia Mining District in the Cottage Grove Historical Museum (541-942-3963). Check with the Cottage Grove Ranger Station (541-942-5591) before visiting the District, as it is important not to trespass on the active mining claims that still exist in the area.


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