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Kayak and Paddleboard tour of Willamette Falls

Kayak and Paddleboard tour of Willamette Falls - Oregon City, Oregon

Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Oregon City, Oregon

From USD
$60.00

Paddle to Willamette Falls on this guided, 90-minute kayaking and paddleboarding tour outside of Oregon City. Experience Class II and III rapids while floating past Chinook Salmon, Osprey, and the occasional Sea Lion on a guided adventure suitable for the entire family ... More info ›

Paddle to Willamette Falls on this guided, 90-minute kayaking and paddleboarding tour outside of Oregon City. Experience Class II and III rapids while floating past Chinook Salmon, Osprey, and the occasional Sea Lion on a guided adventure suitable for the entire family. Also, see Willamette Falls, the location that once marked the end of the historic Oregon Trail. Kayak, paddleboard, paddle, and life jacket included.

The verdant green Willamette Valley is home to world-class vineyards, lush orchards, and scenic pasturelands packed between the green hills of the coast and the towering Cascade Range to the west. The scenic river the valley is named for cuts through the vibrant landscape as it ebbs and flows along its 187-mile course towards the mighty Columbia River.  Along the way, there are numerous opportunities to paddle, kayak, swim, and float while searching for abundant wildlife.

This kayak or paddle board tour starts with a choice of departures from the guide’s headquarters in Oregon City, just south of Portland. After being outfitted with a lifejacket, paddle, and appropriate kayak or board, head off through the swiftly flowing waters of the Willamette River through the Class II and III rapids that make up much of the route. While paddling through calmer stretches of water, the guide will detail the pioneer history and local geology of the area. 

After roughly a mile of paddling, pass through the historic Willamette Falls Locks while approaching the roaring Willamette Falls, which once marked the end of the Oregon Trail for the 19th-century immigrants who came west in search of new lives.

After spending some time enjoying the view and swimming around, exit the river for a short ride back to the starting point and the end of the tour.

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Whitewater Rafting on the Santiam River

Whitewater Rafting on the Santiam River - Oregon City, Oregon

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Oregon City, Oregon

From USD
$60.00

Explore the scenic Santiam River on this four hour trip in Northwest Oregon.  Paddle the quiet class 2 section for a gentle float or upgrade to the whitewater section for an intermediate level 3 challenge ... More info ›

Explore the scenic Santiam River on this four hour trip in Northwest Oregon.  Paddle the quiet class 2 section for a gentle float or upgrade to the whitewater section for an intermediate level 3 challenge.  Both trips are great for families and are fully guided to ensure safe, challenging fun for everyone.  

The Santiam River is home to some of the best rafting and kayaking in northwest Oregon - it has great year round flow and is located approximately one hour west of Portland.  The lush canyon contains different sections offering a variety of challenges and opportunities ranging from a gentle float with little white water to challenging class 3 rapids with names like The Swirlies, Spencers Hole, Carnivore and Mill City Falls.  Although the different sections offer unique challenges for both individuals and a families alike, both trips are led by trained, experienced local guides with incredible knowledge of the river.  

You Santiam River trip starts at a local outpost in Mill City, OR.  After a brief safety training and introduction to your chosen activity, you will be sized for a paddle, given a life jacket and organized among the various rafts.  The scenic float trip starts at 10:30am sharp and launches into a calm, quiet section of river surrounded by dense forest and abundant wild life.  The white water trip begins in the afternoon, at 3pm, and starts out gently but gains momentum as the trip progresses.  Although class I and II rapids are easily accessible to novices and beginners, the more intermediate class III white water sections are only available for those aged 12 and up.  

At the end of the seven mile journey down the gorgeous blue river, your guide will direct you to the riverbank will you will pull out of the river and be driven back to your car near your starting point.    

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End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center Admission

End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center Admission - Oregon City, Oregon

Duration: Flexible
Location: Oregon City, Oregon

From USD
$11.70

Experience history at the End of the Oregon Trail with the “Bound for Oregon” featured film, genealogy assistance for descendants of pioneers, and exciting and interactive exhibits that include period games and crafts like candle dipping and making a rag doll. Pack your wagon, dress like a pioneer, make butter and fill out a land claim, too! Outside the Interpretive Center, enjoy the heritage garden, a walk on our interpretive trail, and Abernethy Green with pioneer lawn games ... More info ›

Experience history at the End of the Oregon Trail with the “Bound for Oregon” featured film, genealogy assistance for descendants of pioneers, and exciting and interactive exhibits that include period games and crafts like candle dipping and making a rag doll. Pack your wagon, dress like a pioneer, make butter and fill out a land claim, too! Outside the Interpretive Center, enjoy the heritage garden, a walk on our interpretive trail, and Abernethy Green with pioneer lawn games. State and county visitor welcome center also on site, with complimentary travel information, coffee, and tea.

Begin your Oregon Trail experience in the hands-on exhibit about the beginning of the journey: let a historically-clothed interpreter orient you, before you pack your wagon, hand-dip candles, try on some pioneer dress-up, and smell the herbal remedies that were the only defense against the dangers on the Trail. More period crafts available for younger visitors, as well as in-depth exhibit information and genuine artifact displays for the more curious history buffs. 

Next, watch the "Bound for Oregon" feature film. This 25-minute movie is based entirely on the diaries of real pioneers who lived through the 2,000-mile journey, and shares the true joys and tragedies experienced on the Trail. 

Then enjoy the Oregon City exhibit to find out what happened to pioneers after they arrived in their new home. Displays made by the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde about Native American life in the area offer a unique perspective on Oregon's history. Ask an interpreter for help researching your own pioneer roots using the genealogy resources available here, as well.  

Outside of the interpretive center, continue learning in the heritage garden, interpretive trail, and Abernethy Green - where many pioneers spent their first winter in Oregon. Also swing by the state and county visitor welcome center to receive complimentary travel information from friendly tourism experts and browse a wide selection of local products, snacks, and educational gifts.

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