The ACCF site, located one mile west of Canyonville in southern Douglas County, is open to school groups and teachers as part of our Story of Your Place curriculum. It’s also periodically open for fun education events open to the public; see upcoming events and plan to join us!
We have a variety of resources available on this website to make your visit to the ACCF site more enjoyable—or, to experience our site online if you can’t visit it.
- We offer over 3.5 miles of signed trails, with maps and recommended hikes. See also our general trails info, tips on finding your way, and our dog policy.
- If you’d like to see photos of the site, check out our continually expanding image gallery.
- ACCF site vegetation is diverse due in part to topography. You can get a feel for this ecological diversity, and see how vegetation has changed over time, via a series of panoramic images taken in 2000-01. See also our virtual tour game with these images!
- ACCF has a series of Landsat plots on the site for purposes of field data collection and to zoom out to larger scales.
- The ACCF site also has a weather station, which you can view online.
- Speaking of our weather station, we have compared our 2018 max/min monthly temperatures with other GLOBE sites around the world.