Linn County Real Estate and Community Information

Discover the heart of Willamette Valley in Linn County! This great county in western Oregon has much to offer home buyers. With cascading waterfalls, lush forests, bountiful farmlands, and mountainous regions, the landscape in Linn County is truly spectacular. It offers ample opportunities to enjoy time outside all year round. In addition to this natural setting, Linn County has great amenities and facilities to ensure that the residents have access to everything that they might need. Enjoy life in one of Linn County’s tight knit communities and enjoy the ultimate Oregon lifestyle.



Parks and Recreation in Linn County

With the Willamette River to the west and the Cascade mountains to the east, Linn County is filled with natural beauty. This landscape offers the perfect recreational playground for residents. Whether you love sports, hiking, swimming, camping, fishing, or exploring, you will find a great recreational facility for you to use in Linn County. Linn County Parks & Recreation manages 31 parks throughout the county. These parks offer a wide array of amenities including athletic fields, playgrounds, and natural spaces. Many of these parks are perfect to spend time in nature. John Neal Memorial Park (820 Neal Park Road, Lyons), McDowell Creek Falls (43170 McDowell Creek Drive, Lebanon), River Bend (45931 Santiam Highway, Foster), and Whitcomb Creek County Park (Quartzville Road, Foster) are a few of the county parks that offer camping, water sports, hiking, wildlife watching, and more.

Horse owners in Linn County have several spots that they can enjoy a trail ride:

Willamette National Forest’s Detroit Ranger District and Sweet Home Ranger District offer many horse camps and equestrian trail systems.


Education in Linn County

Linn County students are educated at eight different public school districts in the area. These excellent school districts educate students in kindergarten through 12th grade. The following districts are all located in Linn County.

Central Linn School District | 32433 Highway 228, Halsey

Corvallis School District | 1555 Southwest 35th Street, Corvallis

Greater Albany Public Schools | 718 Seventh Avenue Southwest, Albany

Harrisburg School District | 865 LaSalle Street, Harrisburg

Lebanon Community Schools | 485 South 5th Street, Lebanon

Santiam Canyon School District | 150 Southwest Evergreen, Mill City

Scio School District | 38875 Northwest 1st Avenue, Scio

Sweet Home School District | 1920 Long Street Sweet Home


Health and Transportation in Linn County

There are great medical facilities located throughout Linn County for residents to use. There are two comprehensive hospitals that provide full inpatient and outpatient care as well as 24 hour emergency services. These hospitals are Samaritan Albany General Hospital (1046 6th Avenue Southwest, Albany) and Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital (525 North Santiam Highway, Lebanon). Communities in Linn County also have several urgent care and family practice facilities.

It is easy for residents to travel throughout Linn County and beyond thanks to the excellent transportation network. Interstate 5 is the main thoroughfare in the western part of the county. It runs directly through Albany and connects the county to Salem in the north and Eugene in the south. US Route 20 runs west to east through the majority of Linn County. Albany Station (110 10th Avenue Southwest, Albany) provides rail service via the Amtrak Cascades and Coast Starlight lines. For residents looking to travel further distances for
business or pleasure, Eugene Airport (28801 Douglas Drive, Eugene) is a short 40 mile drive.