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Few vacation retreats in the Pacific Northwest can rival the unique appeal, luxury and charm of the Wayfarer Resort. Those who have already discovered the Wayfarer's unequaled peace, scenic beauty and recreational variety return year after year.

Our Resort

Our 13 private, fully-equipped cabins perch on the banks of the emerald green McKenzie River and glacier-fed Marten Creek. Open-beamed ceilings, spacious decks and fireplaces create a special sense of solitude and comfort amidst the Cascade Mountains and surrounding forest land. Cabins vary in size to easily accommodate from 2 to 8 people...ideal for family vacations, reunions, retreats, workshops, or quiet get-aways.


We provide a cozy home base for people who like to fish, hike, mountain bike, raft, boat, swim, bird watch, kayak, play volleyball and tennis or simply commune with nature. Also play golf at nearby championship Tokatee golf course.

Long recognized as one of the country's premier trout streams, the McKenzie River provides the serious and not-so-serious angler exceptional opportunities to test skill with fly and lure. Play tennis on the Wayfarer's top-quality tennis court. World class mountain bike trails are nearby so you can enjoy the scenery on a single track trail as well.

Upcoming Activities

The native rainbow trout will be entering Marten Creek late April- early May to spawn.. If you're lucky you can see them from the deck of your cabin.

Tokatee Golf Course is in great shape!  Book a cabin for two nights with us through the middle of May and we'll buy you two rounds of golf/per cabin.

9th Annual McKenzie River Wooden Boat Festival Saturday April 26th, 2014 at the Eagle Rock Lodge

McKenzie River Lavender Festival July 11-13. Petting zoo, live music, lots of lavender products and fun booths!

     40882 Highway 126  Springfield, OR  Milepost 15.5

Chainsaw Art Festival August 14-17. McKenzie River Track, Blue River, Oregon   Chainsaw carving, food and art booths, wine, beer and live music.  Benefit for the McKenzie River Track

Wayfarer Resort Click this link to see cabin and ground photos

The river is shaping up soon for fly fishing this year. Now is the time to book a trip with a McKenzie River Guide. See their website at