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A peninsula, at most levels with willows and a shoreline of sand and gravel. Named after President Lincoln, this early-day town was a principal community on the Willamette, with warehouses and ferry landings. Today, little evidence of this early town is seen along the river. There is primitive camping available on the undeveloped gravel bar (labeled on the first edition Water Trail maps as “Spongs Island”).


  1. Found a nice grassy bench to camp above the rocky beach toward the downstream end of this peninsula. Looks like a couple of other nice spots a bit farther down on the main channel as well, river left.

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