About Us

Linn County Conservation owns and manages more than 7,000 acres of public resources throughout the county. Resources include:

  • 28 areas, including parks, natural areas and playgrounds
  • Over 100 miles of trail
  • Over 300 campsites
  • A regionally significant observatory
  • An award-winning learning center
  • An arboretum
  • A watercraft rental facility
  • A modern shooting range

These public resources allow space for activities such as camping, hiking, geocaching, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, fishing and hunting.