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April 2017
$75.00

Individual, Couple

April 25 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 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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May 2017
$75.00

Individual, Couple

May 10 @ 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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$75.00

Individual, Couple

May 17 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Estacada Lake,
30878 NW Evergreen Way, Estacada, OR 97023 United States
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Estacada Lake is a jewel undiscovered by most who only glimpse it as they pass over the bridge into Estacada. This beautiful waterway is surrounded by steep hillsides and basalt cliffs, with waterfalls here and there on both sides, deep pools and shallow riffles.  Located between two dams, this is a prime area for fish and wildlife to flourish, and is as peaceful as they come for those who seek quiet.

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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, Couple

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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$75.00

Individual, Couple

June 16 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Estacada Lake,
30878 NW Evergreen Way, Estacada, OR 97023 United States
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Estacada Lake is a jewel undiscovered by most who only glimpse it as they pass over the bridge into Estacada. This beautiful waterway is surrounded by steep hillsides and basalt cliffs, with waterfalls here and there on both sides, deep pools and shallow riffles.  Located between two dams, this is a prime area for fish and wildlife to flourish, and is as peaceful as they come for those who seek quiet.

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$75.00

Individual, Couple

June 23 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Henry Hagg Lake,
50250 SW Scoggins Valley Road, Gaston, OR 97119 United States
+ Google Map

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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