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WVSB - Brownsville to Armitage Park
Maps & Ride Descriptions
Brownsville to Armitage Park
(north to south)
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Brownsville has several nice cafés, a bakery and a city park with campsites. The town is a perfect place to relax on a bench on Main Street or in a café. While relaxing, ready your legs for the longest climb of the entire route.
South of Brownsville on Gap Road the bikeway climbs to a pass with an elevation gain of about 600 feet. The route descends to flat country roads and continues through the quaint town of Coburg before it reaches its southern terminus at Armitage County Park.
WVSB - Brownsville to Armitage Park
Parks & Camping
Limited overnight camping is available on a first-come, first-served basis during the summer, $15 per night for RVs and $10 per night for tents. Restrooms are available, but no showers or hookups. Call (541) 466-5666 for more information. 
  The McKenzie River flows by this park, which marks the southern end of the bikeway.  
Armitage has bathrooms, boat ramp, trails, drinking water, full hook-up campsites, wi-fi, cable, dog park, picnic shelters, horseshoe pits, and sand volleyball courts. 
Showers and hiker/biker sites will be built in 2010. The 37-site campground is open year-round. Call 541-682-2000 for more information or visit the website to make reservations.

Additional WVSB Map Routes
Champoeg State Heritage Area to Salem

Salem to Albany

Albany to Brownsville