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Parks & nature in Adair Village

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“This is a great hike. You can start at several trail heads and there are many trails to take.”
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“McDonald-Dunn Research Forest is located a short 15 minute drive N of the OSU campus. Because of its proximity to campus, this Forest is extensively used for university instruction & research. Four distinct forest management themes, even-aged, two-storied & uneven-aged, plus reserved old-growth stands, allow side-by-side comparisons of the effects of implementing these themes. The Forest's non-motorized recreation opportunities in close proximity to the Corvallis community result in over 175,000 non-motorized recreation visits each year. Go to the McDonald-Dunn Forest website to download different hikes. (There are all different level hikes)”
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“Excellent Hiking Trails, lots of nature and beautiful scenery. Dog friendly. ”
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“Hike up to the top with this moderate hike and witness a grand view of Corvallis.”
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“Start at the end of Cardwell Hill and hike along the Marys River. Beautiful, non-strenuous hike. ”
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“Views of, and easy access to, the Willamette River. The area is used by the public for water-related recreation, including launching non-motorized water craft such as kayaks and canoes, river viewing, walking, dog play, biking, special event viewing, & fishing activities. A long walking path also.”
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“During June, July, and August Corvallis hosts free concerts in the park. Tuesday nights, rain or shine. Popular with locals, family friendly, never too crowded. Bring a picnic and stake out your spot.”
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“Short walks through beautiful wetlands. This is a good spot for those who are interested in seeing some biological diversity that is easy to access. Also great for families!”
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General Entertainment
“da Vinci Days (third weekend in July) All about Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM), showcases the creativity of community members, students and staff from local schools, LBCC, and OSU. All events are FREE to the public, and open to all. Corvallis hosts AMAZING summer and fall festivals. These happen in locations throughout the city including the fairgrounds!”
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“A play structure to be reckoned with. I am not kidding, the kids will go crazy over the turrets and swings. ”
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