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Page's NW Guide Services
Fish Oregon for Salmon, Sturgeon, Steelhead, Walleye or Shad. Come along on a guided fishing trip in northwest Oregon with Larry Page in covered and heated jet boats and drift boats. Fish the Sandy, Clackamas and Willamette Rivers, in addition to other Oregon rivers. Larry has the newest and best fishing boats in the area.    
Category: fishing,      
 


14321 SE Bush, Portland 97236
Mt. Hood 
1-866-760-3370 or 503-704-5111
Spotted Owl Guide Service
Fishing Guide/Birding by Boat/Wildlife Tours. Scenic float trips in the upper Sandy River canyon. Bird watching, exploring nature and wildlife from the comfort of a one of a kind african mahogany rays river dory driftboat. It is not uncommon to see a wide array of wildlife; birds, deer, elk, bear and all types of river critters etc. Fish for Salmon and Steelhead year-round depending upon their seasonal runs.    
Category: boating/rafting, fishing, wildlife/environment,      
 


20848 NE Halsey, Fairview 97024
Mt. Hood 
503-492-1232
Bigulp Guide Service  
Tom Burgess provides professionally guided fishing trips in Oregon. Winter & Summer Steelhead and Spring & Fall Chinook and Sturgeon on the Willamette River as well as other Oregon Rivers. A G.I.Joe's Pro-Guide Team member offering fishing instruction and cater to all anglers, especially kids, beginners and people with disabilities.   
Category: fishing,      

 


PO Box 721
Canby 
503-537-8900
Oregon River Experiences  
Open 9-5pm daily. 1/2 day and full day guided whitewater rafting trips available daily on the Clackamas River. Trips for families, individuals, and groups of 2 to 150. Everything included.   
Category: boating/rafting,     

http://www.oregonriver.com


18074 S. Boones Ct., Beavercreek
Mt. Hood 
503-632-6836/800-827-1358
Aawesome Angling Guide
Angling guide service for Salmon, Steelhead, Sturgeon, Trout, Bass, Walleye using jet boat, drift boat and raft on the Willamette, Clackamas, and Sandy rivers and other selected prime Oregon waters. Whitewater rafting and fishing trips year-round since 1977. Handicapped accessible. Groups and individuals. Also offer heritage tours of historical pioneer sites. Float and jet boat tours of Oregon City and the Clackamas River to Feldheimer Ferry crossing where the Barlow Road crossed the river.    
Category: boating/rafting, fishing, historical sites,      

http://www.stevesmithoutdoors.com
 

2444 SE Beaver Creek Lane, Troutdale
Mt. Hood 
503-661-3474
Action Anglers
Open 1 hour before sunrise to 1 hour after sunset. Guided fishing trips for steelhead salmon & trout. All around the Mt. Hood Area. On river fly fishing classes. Day & overnight Driftboat & jetboat adventures. Equipment provided. Lets go fishing.   
Category: fishing,     

http://www.actionanglers.com
 

800-370-9417 or 503-781-5676
Adaptive Riding Institute
Trail horses specially trained to accommodate riders of all abilities. They can bring the horses to other sites for trail rides. Camping trips and scenic trail rides offered May - September.   
Category: horseback riding/guest ranch,     

http://www.open.org/~horses88/
 
Scotts Mill
Molalla 
503-873-3890
Alder Flat
6 sites, fishing/hiking, no drinking water, walk in approximately one mile, $10   
 

503-630-6861
All Star Rafting
Guided 1/2 day and 1 day trips on the upper Clackamas. Raft rentals on the lower Clackamas from McIver Park to Carver Park. Class 3-4 rapids, Groups of up to 50 for full day or half day with lunch.   
Category: boating/rafting,     

http://www.asrk.com
 

800-909-7238
Alpine
16 sites, 16 ft. max, hiking, drinking water, handicapped accessible, $14   
Category:     

 
 

503-622-3191
American Wildlife Foundation
8-12 Sat/by appt. AWF is dedicated to teaching people to care for the environment through education and wildlife care.   
Category: wildlife/environment,    
 
31812 S Hwy 213
Molalla 
503-829-9567
Anderson's Outdoors  
Andersons Outdoors offers fully guided drift boat trips, fishing for salmon and steelhead on the rivers of NW Oregon. All gear and instruction gladly provided. Full day, 1/2 day, and multi-day package trips are available. We also offer scenic float trips for photographers, wildlife viewing or just relaxing. Dates available are October through May.   
Category: boating/rafting, fishing,     
 
Po Box 1335
Welches 
503-550-6303
Armstrong
12 sites, 16 ft. max, fishing, no drinking water, handicapped accessible, $14, extra vehicle $7   
Category:     
 
 

503-630-686
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Bagby Hotsprings
38 mile drive from Estacada on the upper Clackamas River Gorge. 1.5 mile hike from Bagby trail head to Bagby natural hotsprings. Call Clackamas River Ranger Station for details. Wearing clothes are optional.   
Category: hiking/climbing, hotsprings, parks,     

 
 Clackamas River Area
Estacada 
503-630-6861
Barton Park
County park. 9 miles west of Estacada off Hwy 224, on the Clackamas River. 96 campsites, rafting (5 miles to Carver Boat Ramp), fishing, playground, picnic area. $12, $16 camping fee, $2 extra vehicle   
Category: parks,      

 
 off Hwy 224 and Bakers Ferry Road
Mt. Hood
Estacada
503-353-4414
Blue Sky Whitewater Rafting
Open year-round, 7 days a week. Guided whitewater rafting trips on the upper Clackamas River. 1/2 or full-day trips with lunch. Group discounts available.        
 
Clackamas River
Estacada 

503-630-3163/800-898-6398
Bonny Lure State Recreation Area
Enjoy outdoor activities with family and friends. 6 miles north of Estacada on County Road 24028.   
Category: parks,     

 


800-551-6949
Camp Creek  
25 sites, 22 ft. max, fishing/hiking, drinking water, handicapped accessible, $14, $16, $28   
Category:     

 
 
503-622-3191
Carter Bridge
15 sites, 28 ft. max, fishing/hiking, no drinking water, handicapped accessible, $12, extra vehicle $6   
Category:      
 

503-630-6861
Cascade Streamwatch (at Wildwood Recreation Site)  
Cascade Streamwatch is located in the Wildwood Recreation Site, a BLM park off Hwy 26 near Welches. Wildwood Recreation site is located just 39 miles from Portland. Offers visitors a unique opportunity to explore natural stream and wetlands from boardwalks and interpretive trails. From the Cascade Streamwatch Trail, visitors can see young salmon and steelhead through a viewing window in a stream.   
Category: family recreation activities, hiking/climbing, parks, wildlife/environment,    
 
 
 

503-375-5646
Clackamas Lake  
46 sites, 32 ft. max, fishing/hiking, drinking water, handicapped accessible, horse facilities, $14   
Category:     

 
 
off Forest Road 4270, near Timothy Lake
Mt. Hood 
503-622-3191
Clackamas Ranger District
Paved and off-road trails around Estacada and along the scenic upper Clackamas River Gorge and fishing locations.   
Category: biking, boating/rafting, fishing, hiking/climbing, horseback riding/guest ranch, hotsprings,     

 
 
595 NW Industrial Way
Estacada 
503-630-6861
Cove
Timothy Lake, 10 sites, walk in access, fishing/hiking, no drinking water, $10, non-motor boats OK   
Category:     

 


503-622-3191
Croquet, Tennis, Lawn Bowling at The Resort at the Mountain  
Engage in the sports of the British Isles, on the green lawn of The Resort at The Mountain. Croquet: Laser flat croquet and lawn bowling courts cater to every level of player. Providing hours of fun and entertainment for couples and families.   
Category: family recreation activities,     

 
 
68010 E. Fairway Ave. Welches
Welches 
800-669-7666
Destination Wilderness
1/2 and full day trips available March - September. Rafting & fishing trips in Mt Hood Territory. The closest rafting trips to Portland. Great for families, first-timers & whitewater enthusiasts. Groups from 2 to 80.   
Category: boating/rafting, fishing,     

 
 

800-423-8868 or 541-549-1336
Dodge Park
North of Sandy, managed by Portland Parks Dept. Hwy 26 East to Bluff Rd (just west of Sandy) Bluff Rd. to Hudson Rd, right on Hudson to Lusted Rd, right on Lusted to Dodge Park. Located on the confluence of the Bull Run and Sandy Rivers. Historically, this was a day trip from Portland, serviced by a trolley of which remains can still be seen. A 1904 steel bridge still serves a viaduct for water to the Portland area.   
Category: parks,     

 
  
EcoTours of Oregon Day Tours  
Sightseeing and nature day tours of Oregon for individuals and small groups. We emphasize nature, the environment, Native American history and more recent history of Oregon. Tours include the Mt. Hood Loop, ancient forests of Mt. Hood, Native American culture, winery and brewery tours. Tours include door-to-door transportation from metro Portland area.   
Category: family recreation activities, hiking/climbing, wildlife/environment, wineries/breweries,     

 
 

3127 SE 23rd Avenue, Portland, 97202
Mt. Hood 
888-TOURS-33, 503-245-1428
eNRG Kayaking  
Offer a comprehensive kayak program that includes instruction and tours. Our goal is to promote healthy living (through paddling) and responsible interaction with the natural resources of the Pacific Northwest. Kayaking classes and instruction on location of the Clackamas River.   
Category: boating/rafting,     

 
 
2504 SE Tibbetts Street
Portland 
503-772-1122
Fantasy Forest  
Bring the family for a picnic. Let the kids roam on this play structure, which is open seven days a week. Located at Meinig Park behind City Hall.   
Category: family recreation activities,      

 
 39260 Pioneer Blvd
Sandy 
(503) 668-4006
Gone Creek on Timothy Lake  
50 sites, 32 ft. max, fishing/hiking, drinking water, handicapped accessible, $14, $16, motor boats 10mph, no ramp   
Category:     

 
 
503-622-3191
Green Canyon  
15 sites, 22 ft. max, fishing/hiking, no drinking water, $14-16   
Category:     
 

503-622-3191
Greenleaf Golf Course  
Golf Course   
Category: golf,     
 
 26736 SE Kelso Rd
Sandy 
503-663-3934
Hoodview  
Timothy Lake, 43 sites, 32 ft. max, fishing/hiking, drinking water, handicapped accessible, $14-16, motor boats 10mph, ramp   
Category:     
 
 

503-622-3191
Hurricane Racing
Open year round, located at Mt. Hood Skibowl. High performance demo ski rental and repair. Mountain bike rental, repairs, tours and school.   
Category: biking, skiing, winter sports,      

 
 87000 E Hwy 26
Government Camp 
503-272-0240
Indian Henry
86 sites, 36 ft. max, fishing/hiking, drinking water, handicapped accessible, $14, extra vehicle $7   
Category:     

 

503-630-6861
Joe Graham Horse Camp  
Near Timothy Lake. Open May - October. Campground for people traveling with their horses, includes corrals, hitching posts and directions to horse trails. 14 sites, 28 ft. max, fishing/hiking, drinking water, handicapped accessible, $14   
Category: horseback riding/guest ranch,     

 


1-877-444-6777 / 503-622-3191
Little Crater Lake  
Near Timothy Lake, 16 sites, 22 ft. max, hiking, drinking water, handicapped accessible, $14   
Category:     

 


503-622-3191

Lost Creek  
16 sites, 22 ft. max, fishing/hiking, drinking water, $14, $28   
Category:     

 

503-622-3191
Lower Lake  
8 sites, 16 ft. max, fishing/hiking, no drinking water, $8, non-motorized boats OK, no ramp   
Category:     

 
 
503-630-6861
Magic Mile Sky Express
Famed Timberline Ski Area chair lift. Great views of the mountains and valleys below. Ride, ski or snowboard down in winter, ride or hike down in summer from 7,000 ft elevation.   
Category: family recreation activities, hiking/climbing, skiing, winter sports,      
 
 
Timberline Ski Area, End of Timberline Rd
Mt. Hood 
800-547-1406
McNeil  
34 sites, 22 ft. max, fishing/hiking, no drinking water, $12   
Category:     

 
 
503-622-3191
Meditation Point
5 sites, no drive in - hike or boat access (motor -10mph, ramp), fishing/hiking, no drinking water, no charge   
Category:     

 
 
503-622-319
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Molalla Skateboard Park      
Category: skateboarding parks,     

 
 229 N. Kennel
Molalla  
Mountain Air Miniature Golf Course
Open April - September. 18 hole miniature golf course in the heart of the forest. Enjoy the fun historical pioneer theme activities including panning for gold.   
Category: family recreation activities, golf,     

 
 
60183 E. Sleepy Hollow Dr.
Sandy 
503-622-4759
Mountain View Public Golf Course
18-hole Golf Course   
Category: golf,     
 
 27195 SE Kelso Rd
Boring 
503- 663-4869
Mt Hood National Forest  
Open year round. Some 1,068,270 acres of forested mountains, lakes and streams. Camping, fishing, boating, hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, hunting, skiing, snowplay and more. Service partners provide many outdoor recreational experiences (see website).   
Category: biking, boating/rafting, family recreation activities, fishing, hiking/climbing, hotsprings, parks, skiing, wildlife/environment, winter sports,      
 
 
16400 Champion Way
Sandy 
503-668-1700
Mt Hood National Forest Campgrounds
Clackamas River Ranger Station (Estacada area) and Zig Zag Ranger Station (Hwy 26 area. A variety of campsights and recreation.
Price Range: $0-0
# of Rooms/Units: 0
Category: camping 
Miles from PDX: 0   

 


877-444-6777
Mt. Hood Meadows
(Hood River County) - skiing, snowboarding   
Category: skiing, winter sports,     

 
  Mt. Hood 
1 (800) SKI-HOOD
Mt. Hood Skibowl  
America's largest night ski area with 35 lighted runs offering 1500 vertical ft. of terrain, 65 day-runs, trails, open bowls & 300 acres of outback gladed terrain along with Oregons premier snow tube. Enjoy 4 alpine lodges for a variety of food choices; ski schools; snow tubing & adventure park features sleigh rides, sled dog tours & so much more!   
Category: family recreation activities, skiing, winter sports,     
 
 
87000 E Hwy 26
Government Camp 
(503) 222-BOWL/800-SKIBOWL
Mt. Hood Skibowl Summer Adventure Park & Alpine Slide  
When the snow melts, Skibowl turns into a Summer Adventure Park with over 20 attractions; 1/2 mile dual alpine slide, indy karts, bungee, mountain bike park with 40+ miles of trails, bike rentals & tours, automated batting cages, frisbee,18 hole mini golf plus much more!   
Category: biking, family recreation activities, golf, hiking/climbing, horseback riding/guest ranch, wildlife/environment,     

 
 
87000 E Hwy 26
Government Camp 
(503) 222-BOWL/800-SKIBOWL
Mt. Hood Sled Dog Tours  
90 minute dog sled tours for singles, couples and families, in the winter wonderland of Frog Lake. Call for reservations and directions.   
Category: winter sports,     
 
Frog Lake on Mt. Hood
Mt. Hood 
503-622-6874
North Arm  
Timothy Lake, 8 sites, 16 ft. max, fishing/hiking, no drinking water, $10, motor boats 10mph   
Category:     

 
 

503-622-3191
Northwest Equestrian Center
Equestrian Center with weekly horse shows, free to the public. Overnight boarding for horses.   
Category: family recreation activities, horseback riding/guest ranch,    

 
 29450 SE Lariott Lane
Sandy 
503-663-9435
Oak Fork  
Timothy Lake, 47 sites, 32 ft. max, fishing/hiking, drinking water, handicapped accessible, $14-16, motor boats 10mph, ramp   
Category:     

 



503-622-3191

Oregon Candy Farm
Open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat-Sun 12-5pm. 71 years of excellence in candy making. 5.5 miles East of Sandy, on hwy 26 on the way to Mt Hood. Over 100 mouth watering chocolates and more to tempt your taste buds.   
Category: family recreation activities, gardens/nurseries/farms/shops, food, gifts,     
 


48620 SE Hwy 26
Sandy 
503-688-5066

Oregon Cascades Birding Trails  
A self-guided auto tour hightlighting sites along the Mt. Hood loop. Website provides resources on the trail and detailed maps.   
Category: wildlife/environment,      
 
 
Pacific Crest Trail  
The Pacific Crest Trail runs the backbone of the Sierra Nevada and Cascade mountain ranges. 2,638 miles from Mexico to Canada. In our part of the world, it wanders through volcanic landscapes and pristine wilderness. Hikers can pick up the trail at several points in the Mt. Hood National Forest.   
Category: hiking/climbing,      

 


503-668-1700
Pine Point
Timothy Lake, 25 sites, 32 ft. max, fishing/hiking, drinking water, handicapped accessibel, $14, $16, $28, $45, motor boats 10mph, ramp   
Category:     
 


503-622-3191
Rainbow Trout Farms  
Open March 1 - October 15th, 8am - to dusk daily. Catch a memory. Fishing for all ages. Wheel chair accessible. Picnicing for our fisherman.   
Category: family recreation activities, fishing,     
 
 5256 E. Sylvan Drive
Sandy 
503-622-5223
Ramona Falls  
Beautiful but ecologically frail waterfall on 10-mile hike through Mt. Hood National Forest. Environmental stewardship strongly encouraged on this hike!    
Category: hiking/climbing,     
 
 
503-622-3191 or 1-888-622-4822
Riley Horse Camp  
14 sites, 16 ft. max, fishing/hiking, drinking water, handicapped accessible, horse facilities, $14   
Category: horseback riding/guest ranch,     

 


503-622-3191

Roslyn Lake
Roslyn Park (PGE park facility) is a day-use-are. Fireplaces, electric stoves, water, toilets, a play field and horseshoes. A small concession store operates on good weather days, with boat rental services.   
Category: boating/rafting, family recreation activities, fishing, parks,     

 



503-464-8515
Salmon Butte Trail  
Difficult but wild and scenic hike with varying altitudes and gorgeous vistas. Please call Mt. Hood Visitor Info Center for more information   
Category: hiking/climbing,     

 


1-888-622-4822 or 503-622-4822
Sandelie Golf Course
27-hole Golf Course   
Category: golf,     

 
 28333 SW Mountain Rd.
West Linn 
503-655-1461
Sandy Skatepark
Open 2:30 to dusk on school days. 8am to dusk when school is closed. Enjoy skating, blading and more. Located behind Cedar Ridge Middle School.   
Category: skateboarding parks,     
 
 
Meinig St
Sandy 
503-668-5569
Sandy, Boring and Zig Zag Loops
10 bike tours of varying altitude and difficulty in the scenic Sandy and Zig Zag areas of Mt. Hood. Lovely views on the Sandy River, Rosalyn Lake and Mt. Hood. Call Sandy Chamber of Commerce Mon-Fri for more info.   
Category: biking,     
 
  
Mt. Hood 
503-668-4006
Sea to Summit Adventures  
Mt. Hood Territory's premier guided door-to-door tour service. Offer many activities including rafting, hiking, biking, sightseeing, brewery tours, skateparks, and of course, skiing and snowboarding. Available 7 days a week offering safe and affordable ways to enjoy the Territory!    
Category: biking, boating/rafting, hiking/climbing, skateboarding parks, skiing, winter sports, wineries/breweries,     

 
 
PO Box 83916, Portland
Mt. Hood 
503-286-9333
Still Creek  
27 sites, 16 ft. max, fishing/hiking, drinking water, handicapped accessible, $14-$16   
Category:     
 
 off Hwy 26, Government Camp
Mt. Hood 
503-622-3191
Summit Lake  
5 sites, 16 ft. max, fishing, no drinking water, $10, non-motor boats OK, no ramp   
Category:     
 
 off Forest Road 4200-141 near Timothy Lake
Mt. Hood 
503-622-3191
Summit Ski Area  
The oldest ski area in the Pacific Northwest, open since 1927.Enjoy winter and summer fun with skiing, snowboarding, sliding and tubing for all ages.   
Category: skiing, winter sports,      
 
 Hwy 26, Mt. Hood Area
Government Camp 
503-272-0256
The Fly Fishing Shop
Fly fishing outfitter and instruction for beginners. Guided tours on upper and lower Sandy, Clackamas and Salmon Rivers. Great fly fishing for trout (May 28-Oct 15), steelhead (Dec-May), salmon (varies). Essential Oregon fly fishing just one hour from Portland! Gifts, trips and tackle.   
Category: fishing, gifts,     

 

 
67296 E Hwy 26
Welches 
503-622-4607/800-266-3971

 

The Resort at The Mountain
Mountain setting one hour from Portland at the base of Mt. Hood. Enjoy luxury guestrooms and Northwest cuisine at the base of Mt Hood. Surrounded by 300 acres of lush evergreen forests and bordered by the Salmon River. The resort activities include golf, swimming, tennis, croquet, massage and much more. The Three Nines provides a wonderful experience for all types of golfers.
Price Range: $99-450
# of Rooms/Units: 160
Category: hotel
Amenities: credit cards accepted, pool, wheelchair access,
Miles from PDX: 45   

 

 

68010 E. Fairway Avenue
Mt. Hood
Welches
503-622-3101/800-669-7666

 

Timberline Lodge & Ski Area
This National Historic Landmark was built during the 1930s as a part of the W.P.A. program. Located at the 6,000-foot level of Mt. Hood, the resort offers skiing on more than 1,000 acres, equipment rentals, ski and snowboard schools. Timberline's Palmer Snowfield offers the only year-round skiing in the United States. Intimate accommodations, several bars, and gourmet meals in the world-class Cascade Dining Room. Pool open year round. Free tours available weekends through the US Forest Service.
Price Range: $75-190
# of Rooms/Units: 71
Category: biking, family recreation activities, hiking/climbing, skiing, winter sports, cultural centers, historical sites,  
Miles from PDX: 55   
 

 


Timberline Lodge
Mt. Hood
Timberline
800-547-1406/503-231-7979

 

Timothy Lake  
One of the larger Cascade Lakes nestled into the Mt. Hood National Forest off the upper Clackamas River, with winter steelhead and salmon fishing, summer trout, beautiful place to camp and hike.   
Category: boating/rafting, fishing, hiking/climbing,     
 
 

503-622-3191
Tollgate
15 sites, 16 ft. max, fishing/hiking, drinking water, handicapped accessible, $14-16   
Category:     
 

503-622-3191
Trillium Lake
Popular lake with grand views of Mt. Hood. Salmon and steelhead fishing in winter, trout fishing in summer. 57 sites, 40 ft. max, drinking water, handicapped accessible, $14, $16, $28 ($12 overflow), non-motor boats OK, ramp   
Category: boating/rafting, fishing, hiking/climbing,     

 
 

503-622-3191
Wildwood Recreation Site (and Cascade Streamwatch)  
BLM park off Hwy 26 near Welches. Wildwood Recreation site is located just 39 miles from Portland. Offers visitors a unique opportunity to explore natural stream and wetlands from boardwalks and interpretive trails. From the Cascade Streamwatch Trail, visitors can see young salmon and steelhead through a viewing window in a stream.   
Category: biking, family recreation activities, hiking/climbing, parks, wildlife/environment,     
 
 


503-375-5646
Zig Zag Trail  
Experience a rainforest ambiance on this easy 1-hour hike along a moss-green shady creekside trail, leading to a gentle waterfall. For more information please call the Mt. Hood Visitor Info Center.   
Category: hiking/climbing,     
  
Mt. Hood 
1-888-622-4822 or 503-622-3191


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