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    Monroe, Oregon

    Welcome to Monroe, quintessential small-town America. Centrally located in the mid-Willamette Valley, the City of Monroe is between Corvallis (20 miles) to the north and Eugene (21 miles) south. This unique location offers up hiking, mountain biking, fishing, and wine tasting at numerous local wineries. Imagine living at a slower pace, driving less and walking more in a quiet, rural setting, and enjoying the sky at night. You will feel safer and breathe easier as you weave yourself into the Monroe community.

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    About Monroe

    MonteVista Homes is honored to be working with the city of Monroe to assist in its urban growth expansion. Monroe’s beautiful natural surroundings offers an attractive site for residential, business and tourist development. Monroe Oregon is in South-East Benton County and cradled in the lush and rolling foothills of the Coastal Range.

     

    This rural location allows a slower pace for living – away from the bustling cities to its north and south. If you must commute, you will have a peaceful drive in beautiful scenery for your brief travel in the morning – all while anticipating your return to a calm, peaceful home in the evening. In small towns you realize that strangers are just undiscovered friends.

     

    In-Town – Downtown

    The Mulkey Trail System (Mulkey Trail System Map) is a good example of how partnerships can create an excellent trail program. The Benton County Fairgrounds provides access to the paved multi-use path that crosses a donated private easement and connects to Bald Hill City Park. There are over 8 miles of trails located in the Bald Hill Trail System. Benton County Natural Areas and Parks will continue its efforts to form partnerships to enlarge the County’s trail program, if citizens continue to express their support for trails. Current projects include connecting Jackson-Frazier trails with other trails in the area. New trails in Beazell Memorial Forest are planned as well. For a county-wide view, see the trails plan map. Maps of Benton County Natural Area & Parks with Trails.

     

    Bald Hill Natural Area is home to approximately 5 miles of easy-to-rigorous dirt and gravel trails. A moderate 1.5-mile multi-use path connects Reservoir Road with Oak Creek Road and the Benton County Fairgrounds. There are plenty of small parking lots and a large parking lot in the Benton County Fairgrounds.

    Bald Hill Natural Area is an upland prairie, oak savanna, and wetland habitat. It is home to many native plants including Wooly Sunflower, Nelsons Checkermallow, Willamette Daisy, and native grasses.

     

    Near By Wineries

    • Lone Oak Vineyards.
    • TeBri Vineyards and Lavender
    • Sweet Earth Vineyards
    • Benton-Lane Winery
    • Broadley Vineyards
    • Pfeiffer Winery
    • Brigadoon Wine Co
    • Walnut Ridge Winery
    • High Pass Winery
    • Bennett Vineyards and Wine Co
    • Rainsong Vineyards Inc
    • Cheshire Cat Vineyards
    • Tyee Wine Cellars
    • Cardwell Hill Vineyard
    • Small World Wine Co
    • Southern Glazer’s Wine-Spirits
    • Spindrift Cellars
    • LA Velle Vineyards
    • Panache Cellars
    • Cardwell Hill Cellars
    • Oregon Vine2Wine Tours
    • Noble Estate Vineyard & Winery
    • Sweet Cheeks Winery
    • .Silvan Ridge Winery.
    • Nectar Creek Honeywine
    • Vaulted Wines
    • Noble Estate Vineyard & Winery
    • Valhalla Winery
    • Lavelle Vineyards

     

    Nearby and Day-trippers

    • Oregon Coast
    • Benton County Natural Areas & Parks Outdoor Education & Recreation Program 5-Year Plan a
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    Bellfountain Park

     

    Dating from 1851, Bellfountain Park is Benton County’s oldest park. One of the longest picnic tables in the United States, cut and milled from one continuous piece of wood at the Hull-Oakes Lumber Co. in Dawson, is located beneath a rustic shelter. Bellfountain Park is in southeast Benton County, 3.7 miles NW of Monroe and 17 miles south of Corvallis. People have been gathering here for over 100 years. There is covered seating for 120 picnickers at one of the longest picnic tables in the world!

     

    The park has restrooms, large group barbeque, a softball field, a sand volleyball court, play area, horseshoe pits and seasonal wildflowers.

    The kitchen shelter has a sink, electric outlets, food preparation counters, and a group size

    BBQ designated for charcoal cooking. The park also has handicap accessible restrooms, a softball field, a sand volleyball court, play area and horseshoe pits.

    City of Monroe Investing in Ecosystem Restoration Project with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Long Tom Watershed Council

    On January 27th, 2019, The City of Monroe has been awarded a Continuing Authorities Program (CAP) 1135 project to investigate ecosystem restoration on the Long Tom River at Monroe. Essential the Corps project is to design and build modifications to existing Corps projects, to restore aquatic habitats for fish and wildlife. This may include wetland restoration, wildlife habitat restoration, anadromous fish passage, and river restoration, sometimes with associated compatible recreation features such as walking paths and access areas.

    Patient Center Primary Care – Monroe Health Center

    610 Dragon Dr, Monroe, OR 97456

    CHC NATIONAL NETWORK

    The Community Health Center of Benton and Linn Counties is part of a ‘family’ of Health Centers across the United States. All our sites are Patient-Centered Primary Care Home Accredited

    Our primary care providers and team of health care professionals treat each patient with a personal touch at clinics in Corvallis, Monroe, Alsea, Lebanon, and Sweet Home. These patient-centered, local teams provide excellent, affordable care.

    2017 Accreditation Success!

    Four of our clinics: Benton, Lincoln, Monroe, and East Linn are recognized by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) as Five Star Status clinics. This is the highest recognition a clinic can obtain.

    Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center

    3600 NW Samaritan Dr Corvallis, OR 97330

    30 min (20.9 miles) via OR-99W N/Pacific Hwy W

    Established in 1913, Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center is one of five Level II trauma centers in Oregon. It is the largest hospital in Benton, Lincoln and Linn counties. It offers dozens of medical specialties, including comprehensive cancer care, a full-service cardiology and cardiovascular surgery program, neurosurgery, orthopedic and spine surgery, inpatient mental health and other regional services.

    Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center is located in Corvallis, Oregon, a diverse and thriving college town that is home to more than 55,000 residents. It is located in the heart of the Willamette Valley and is just a short drive from the beautiful Oregon coast. The city is the home of Oregon State University, one of the top academic colleges in the state. The city provides many different opportunities for recreational hobbies as well as theatre, symphony and other nightlife venues.

    For more information about Monroe please call: 541-516-1999

     

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