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August 2017

Couple (Reserved)

August 23 @ 10:30 am - 1:30 pm
Nehalem River,
35815 Hwy. 101 North, Nehalem, OR United States
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Nehalem Bay, at the mouth of the scenic Nehalem River is a magical coastal paddle with abundant tidal marshes, harbor seals, clams, oysters, elk, deer, and sea birds. This bay is part of the Pacific Flyway, a major migratory route, enabling you to see many different types of birds such as Great Blue Heron and California Brown Pelican to waterfowl like buffleheads and widgeons. Peaceful and calm, it’s bordered by Nehalem Bay State Park and is a great place to explore…

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Couple (Reserved)

August 25 @ 12:30 pm - 3:30 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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Couple (Reserved)

August 30 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 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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September 2017
$75.00

Individual, Couple

September 1 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 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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Couple (Reserved)

September 1 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 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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$75.00

Individual, Couple

September 6 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 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

September 9 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Salmon River,
Knight County Park, N. 3 Rock Rd., Otis, OR United States
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The Salmon River is an amazing pristine waterway just 4 miles North of Lincoln City that enters the Pacific Ocean near Cascade Head.  Wild steelhead and cutthroat trout, as well as chinook released from the hatchery upstream in Otis, curious harbor seals, osprey, eagles, and various wetland wildlife will keep you company as you paddle from beautiful, mountain farmland through wetland marshes, to the massive white sand ocean beach at the mouth of the bay (accessible only by boat). Paddles…

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$75.00

Individual, Couple

September 12 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 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

September 15 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 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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Couple (Reserved)

September 17 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Nehalem River,
35815 Hwy. 101 North, Nehalem, OR United States
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Nehalem Bay, at the mouth of the scenic Nehalem River is a magical coastal paddle with abundant tidal marshes, harbor seals, clams, oysters, elk, deer, and sea birds. This bay is part of the Pacific Flyway, a major migratory route, enabling you to see many different types of birds such as Great Blue Heron and California Brown Pelican to waterfowl like buffleheads and widgeons. Peaceful and calm, it’s bordered by Nehalem Bay State Park and is a great place to explore…

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