SALEM, Ore. (AP) - A donated 107-acre riverfront property along the Willamette River in western Oregon will become part of a water trail with a campsite.

The Statesman Journal reports in a story on Friday that Gorham and Robin Nicol donated the land, located in Yamhill County, to Willamette Riverkeeper.

Willamette Riverkeeper executive director Travis Williams says the site will support native wildlife and low-impact recreation.

He says the site will be accessible only from the river.

Plans for trails and forest restoration will be developed in the coming months.