A new kiosk at Knight Park highlights recreation and conservation in and around Cascade Head and the Salmon River estuary. Knight Park is managed by Lincoln County Parks and is a popular destination along the Salmon River for fishing and outdoors enthusiasts, and is visited by over 1,000 school children each year.
The Salmon Drift Creek Watershed Council created the kiosk to share information with the Park’s visitors about the terrestrial, freshwater, and marine conservation measures in place in this area and to highlight fishing, wildlife viewing, and other opportunities for outdoor activities. Interns from Taft High School, working with the Watershed Council this summer, helped install the interpretive sign featured at the kiosk.
A special thank you to the ODFW Restoration and Enhancement program, for providing grant funds for the kiosk, and to Lincoln County Parks.