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Reasons for living/staying at my listing at 37824 Row River RD, Culp Creek, OR: Volume 7 -- Tour Wonderful Covered Bridges

 


There are many wonderful things to do while living/staying at my listing at

37824 Row River Road, Culp Creek, Oregon.

One Tiny House + One Big River = Your Personal Get-a-Way from Urban Life

One clear, deep hole for swimming, snorkeling or catching TROUT.

One bedroom.  One additional sleeping area, one separate walk-in closet.  One bath with shower over tub.

One covered deck overlooking the river.  One storage shed for wood.  One storage shed  for river gear.

One kitchen with Jenn-Air range.  One laundry room with hook-ups.

One-fifth acre.  One car port at road level.  One RV parking space at house level.

$135,000.

Seller financing available.

 

Volume 7:
Tour Wonderful Covered Bridges

Lane County, Oregon is the covered bridge capital of the Western United States.

Map of Lane County covered bridges


Lane was the first county to build covered bridges on a large scale and still maintains more than any other county west of the Mississippi River.

See through the Dorena Covered Bridge


A truss and housing design furnished by the State Highway Department was used for most, but not all, Lane County covered bridges. Sixteen bridges are owned and maintained by Lane County and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  Fourteen of these are still open to traffic, a testimony to timely rehabilitation and continued good maintenance.


Oregon covered bridges are typically built of native Douglas fir. They were covered to protect them from the rainy weather.

 

   Wooden approach to Dorena Covered Bridge


This approximately tripled the lifespan of a wooden bridge. Many of Oregon's covered bridges have been preserved, and are popular visitors' attractions.

All Lane County covered bridges are easy to visit by automobile. No federal funds go to any Lane County covered bridge.


The South Lane area has the majority of those within the County.   The South Lane bridges are well marked for a tour that begins in the City of Cottage Grove. 


  Cottage Grove Covered Bridge Tour Sign




The bridge closest to The Row River Cabin  is the Dorena Covered Bridge:

Dorena Covered Bridge
      

This bridge is located just past the east end of Dorena Reservoir on Shoreview DR.  From Cottage Grove take Row River RD east, past Dorena Reservoir, to Dorena Covered Bridge.

Dorena Covered Bridge



Next is the Currin Covered Bridge, located on Laying Rd. at Row River RD.

Currin Covered Bridge

Also nearby is the Mosby Creek Covered Bridge. It spans Mosby Creek near the opposite end of Laying RD.  It can be reached easily from Cottage Grove by Mosby Creek RD.

Mosby Creek Covered Bridge


The Stewart Covered Bridge is located farther South on Mosby Creek Rd at Garoutte Rd.


Stewart Covered Bridge

 

 

Also nearby, inside the City of Cottage Grove, is the Chambers Covered Railroad Bridge,  the only covered railroad bridge in Oregon. Not far away is the Centennial Covered Footbridge in downtown Cottage Grove.




Watch this space for more reasons to live/stay at 37824 Row River RD ...a South Lane County river-frontage home for sale for $135,000 -- seller financing considered.

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Jim Hale

Principal Broker / Owner

Graduate, REALTOR Institute             e-PRO

2015 Member, Million Dollar Club of Lane County

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