Hagg

Individual, Couple

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 that hugs the nearby hills in the fall and winter, and cherry and dogwood trees that bloom in the spring and summer.
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Individual, Couple

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 that hugs the nearby hills in the fall and winter, and cherry and dogwood trees that bloom in the spring and summer.
Trillium lake

Couple (Reserved)

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 as they glide past Mt. Hood.
North Fork Reservoir

Couple (Reserved)

North Fork Reservoir just 7 miles east of Estacada is a spectacular paddle for those who love to fish on calm emerald water, surrounded by lushly treed mountains and wildlife, or those who just love to see schools of fish on calm emerald water, surrounded by lushly treed mountains and wildlife, or those who just love to see schools of fish beneath their boat.  With Sockeye Salmon, Brook, Rainbow, Cutthroat, Bull, and Brown Trout, you’ll have a lot to see, as well as eagles, blue heron, osprey, otters, and mink.  A fantastic and magical place to paddle in the early morning mists and evening sunsets.
Trillium explore

Couple (Reserved)

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 as they glide past Mt. Hood.
Trillium explore

Couple (Reserved)

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 as they glide past Mt. Hood.
Trillium

Couple (Reserved)

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 as they glide past Mt. Hood.
Estacada Lake

Couple (Reserved)

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.
Timothy Lake

Couple (Reserved)

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. This is an amazing paddle that clears your mind of everything trivial.
North Fork Reservoir

Couple (Reserved)

North Fork Reservoir just 7 miles east of Estacada is a spectacular paddle for those who love to fish on calm emerald water, surrounded by lushly treed mountains and wildlife, or those who just love to see schools of fish on calm emerald water, surrounded by lushly treed mountains and wildlife, or those who just love to see schools of fish beneath their boat.  With Sockeye Salmon, Brook, Rainbow, Cutthroat, Bull, and Brown Trout, you’ll have a lot to see, as well as eagles, blue heron, osprey, otters, and mink.  A fantastic and magical place to paddle in the early morning mists and evening sunsets.