Due to the number of positive COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations across the country and locally, Linn County has closed most buildings to the public to help reduce community spread of the virus and to help ensure continuity of County services.
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UPDATED April 7, 2020 - We appreciate the support and understanding of many changes that have taken place in our community and Linn County Conservation as it pertains to COVID-19 response. We continue to place a high priority on health and safety for users of our parks, trails, natural areas, preserves, and conservation education programs in consultation with our public health partners. This situation is always evolving, but want to encourage safe and healthy methods to enjoy the mental and physical health benefits of connecting to nature.
Closed to the Public
Reservations and Rental Cancellations
Customers are being contacted who currently have reserved shelters, lodges, cabins, group camps and the reservable campsites at Squaw Creek Park A-loop through May 15. Options offered include rescheduling the date of the initial reservation, requesting a refund, or keeping the reservation at this time if after May 1. Please be patient as staff is working through several orders with limited resources. We will contact customers of future reservations if the situation calls for additional modifications.
Parks, Trails, Natural Areas, Preserves
These areas are currently open to the public from sunrise to sunset. Safe activities may include walking, hiking, nature discovery, scavenger hunts, geocaching, fishing, and much more. A list of the 28 areas within Linn County can be found at LinnCountyParks.com Try a new open space you may not have visited before.
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Please visit Linn County’s website, LinnCounty.org regarding awareness and recommendations to COVID-19.