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Nature, Recreation, and History at areas maintained, conserved, and restored for your enjoyment and for future generations!
Park Customers: Please pick up park keys, equipment bags or pay for a reservation between
the hours of 8:30am - 4:30pm Mon-Thurs.
Benton County Natural Areas & Parks Department plans to close Jackson-Frazier Wetland Boardwalk on Monday (6/17/19) from 7:30 AM-12:00 PM for a contractor to complete herbicide application on dense stands of invasive Reed Canary Grass. Reducing the spread of this weed is a high priority component of the long-term restoration work that is occurring at Jackson-Frazier Wetland. Public reentry times to the boardwalk will be posted onsite, along with the details on the herbicide application that was completed. Please contact ADAM STEBBINS AT (541) 766-6085 with any questions OR CONCERNS.
SALMONBERRY CAMPGROUND IS NOW OPEN.
Whether going out for a day of fishing, planning a family outing or exploring the many plant communities and wildlife habitats — Benton County parks have something for everyone.
The Benton County Natural Areas and Parks Department serves the interests and pursuits of Benton County residents by providing access to natural, historic, and recreational areas and conserving, restoring and developing parkland investments.
These web pages highlight the recreational opportunities and habitat management at your County natural areas and parks. Explore the information about your parks, and get outdoors!
Benton County Commissioners, Parks Advisory Board and the Natural Areas and Parks Department staff invite you to enjoy your parks!
Stay up to date and learn what's happening in the nearly 2,000 acres of forest, prairies, and wetlands managed by the Benton County Natural Areas and Parks Department.
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