Tall larkspur in bloom on Crestmont Land Trust in Benton County Oregon

Crestmont Land Trust seeks to provide an enhanced community resource for people, wildlife, and habitat restoration opportunities. The 172-acre property currently has almost five miles of hiking trails that meander through multiple habitat types, including a diverse mix of mature hardwood- and conifer-dominated forests, oak savanna, prairie meadows, and riparian habitats, providing unique and dramatic views of Marys Peak, Marys River, and others.

Crestmont Land Trust was established in October 2012 as an Oregon operating trust. CLT is registered with the Internal Revenue Service under IRC section 501(c)3 and is treated as a private operating foundation. As a result, donations to Crestmont Land Trust generally are tax-deductible. 

For additional information, see GazetteTimes 11-18-18, GazetteTimes 11-30-18, Corvallis Advocate 12-19-18, and Area Trail System Map.

Donations can be received online at CLT PayPal or by mail at Crestmont Land Trust, 5060 SW Philomath Blvd #504, Corvallis, OR 97333.

Please include your mailing address so that we can acknowledge your donation and provide a letter regarding its tax deductibility.

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“I have been walking out Cardwell East and West for several years, and have intended to thank you for several years… Love both the new spur trails. THANKS!!” — K & T

“I’m sending you my deep gratitude for the wonderful trails you’ve provided for the public on your property. We have walked the trails that connect down from Fitton Green since they opened, and we have used the Wren trailhead to access the Marys River for many years. My husband and I walked, from the Wren trailhead, on your newest trails today – the one with the lovely little arched bridges over the creek, and the upland one with the beautiful open hillside and spectacular views of Marys Peak. These trails are so well built and the surrounding land so obviously well-cared for.” — J