Oregon’s Logging History Comes To Life At Collier Memorial State Park

When it’s time for an Oregon adventure, you can’t go wrong with any of the Beaver State’s dozens of state parks and recreation areas. Whether you’re looking for kayaking lakes, ocean views, or remnants of Oregon’s rich history, you’ll find it all in these pretty spots. Collier Memorial Park has plenty of recreation opportunities, but it’s also home to a logging museum that will bring history to life when you visit.

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Find out more about this pretty park on the Collier Memorial State Park page of the Oregon State Parks website.

If you’re looking for more magnificent state parks in Oregon, you might want to check out these nine lesser-visited parks, where you’ll find fewer crowds and plenty to see and do.