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May 2017
$125

Willapa Bay Day Retreat

May 27 @ 12:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Willapa Bay,
3888 US-101, Ilwaco, WA 98624 United States
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Is there anything better than spending a day at the beach, beyond the reach of cell phones and email? Imagine taking one whole day to be part of nature and focus only on the present moment while you walk through an old-growth cedar forest and sit on serene beaches. How did you get where you are, and what is important to you as you move forward? We will spend time in activities focused on learning how to center your mind…

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$75.00

Individual, Couple

May 30 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Tualatin River,
8515 SW. Tualatin Rd., Tualatin, OR United States
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The Tualatin River has many places to put in and is wonderful for a serene paddle. Close to Portland and very convenient, this river winds gently through rural areas and small towns, with cottonwood, oak, and pine trees lining the shores and arching over the water. Wonderful in the spring and summer as the trees bud and blossom, this is also a fantastic paddle in the fall when the leaves are changing and dropping on the water. Blue heron, osprey,…

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$75.00

Individual, Couple

May 31 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Henry Hagg Lake,
50250 SW Scoggins Valley Road, Gaston, OR 97119 United States
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Henry Hagg lake is a beautiful lake nestled at the foot of the Coast Range, just 25 miles from Portland near Forest Grove. This pretty place is home to large elk herds, Blue Heron, eagles, turtles, and a variety of other wildlife. Scoggins Creek is a feeder source for this lake, and both are part of the Tualatin River watershed, supplying water to four local cities. This lake is a visual stunner as the seasons change, with low lying fog…

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June 2017
$75.00

Individual (Reserved)

June 1 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Champoeg State Park,
8239 Champoeg Road NE, St. Paul, OR United States
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Champoeg State Heritage Area is a jewel set just southwest of Wilsonville on the Willamette River. Besides being rich in local, state, and national history as the seat of the first provisional government on the West Coast, it’s also a great paddle destination for beautiful, serene water.  As you paddle down the tree lined corridor of the Willamette, you’ll share the river with Bald Eagles, osprey, and Great Blue Heron as they fish for their dinner, and view remnants of…

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Individual (2) (Reserved)

June 2 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Willamette Narrows,
1900 Volpp St., West Linn, OR United States
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The Narrows, on the Willamette River above Willamette Falls and West Linn, is still one of the best kept paddling secrets close to the Portland metro area. A few minutes of paddling takes you from the rush of the city to Rock Island and Little Rock Island natural area, where the river has cut its way through basalt formations and left beautiful islands where Madrone, Oak, and Cottonwood trees cover the hillsides and Camas, Larkspur, and wildflowers carpet the grounds.…

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Couple (Reserved)

June 4 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Timothy Lake,
Hwy 26, Mt. Hood, OR United States
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Timothy Lake is one of the larger lakes in the Mt. Hood forest and absolutely beautiful to paddle in spring, summer, and fall. With Mt. Hood in the distance and wide open, blue skies above, exploring the shoreline becomes an adventure in discovery. Entering the north arm of the lake you will enjoy paddling in more sheltered water and into wonderful bird and turtle habitat, as well as experiencing the crystal clear, cold waters of the Timothy lake feeder streams.…

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$75.00

Individual, Couple

June 5 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Tualatin River,
8515 SW. Tualatin Rd., Tualatin, OR United States
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The Tualatin River has many places to put in and is wonderful for a serene paddle, especially in the late summer and fall months. Close to Portland and very convenient, this river winds gently through rural areas and small towns, with cottonwood, oak, and pine trees lining the shores and arching over the water.  Wonderful in the summer, this is a fantastic paddle in the fall when the leaves are changing and dropping on the water.  Blue heron, osprey, eagles,…

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$75.00

Individual, Couple

June 7 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Nestucca Bay,
Pacific City Boat Launch, Sunset Drive, Pacific City , OR United States
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Nestucca Bay, just south of Pacific City and at the mouth of the Nestucca River, is a wonderful paddle to experience the beauty of the Oregon coast. With the Nestucca Wildlife Refuge on one side and the sandy dunes of Bob Straub State Park on the other, you are paddling through the homes of curious harbor seals, Bald Eagles and Peregrine falcons, to name just some of the abundant wildlife. At the mouth of the bay, as you explore the…

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Couple (Reserved)

June 9 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Trillium Lake,
Trillium Lake Rd., Government Camp, OR United States
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Trillium Lake, a small jewel of a lake set just below Mt. Hood, is a wonderful place to paddle spring, summer, and fall. With early morning and late evening mists, you will paddle surrounded by lush pines on warm water, back into lily marshes, and along reed filled banks. Laugh as dragon flies use your boat as a resting place and eagles and osprey entertain you as they hunt for fish, or just breathe deep and enjoy the fluffy clouds…

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$75.00

Individual, Couple

June 12 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Cape Meares Lake 1,
13th St. NW, Cape Meares, OR 97141 United States
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This little freshwater lake is a unique gem that is filled with beautiful lily pads in the spring and fall, and lies sandwiched between the ocean and Tillamook Bay. Because it lies protected behind the dunes of the beach, this is an ideal place for Blue Heron, Snowy Egret, Pelican, and many other birds, as well as beaver and elk herds. In the summer and fall months, full moon paddles here allow you to paddle under a huge coastal sky…

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