{"results":{"recreation":[{"ID":"5415","post_title":"Ainsworth State Park","post_content":"Ainsworth State Park offers opportunities for camping, hiking, picnicking, viewing scenery, viewing wildlife, and attending interpretive programs.

Hiking is definitely something you'll want to do while camping at Ainsworth State Park. By leaving the park on Nesmith Point trail, you'll end up with a splendid view of St. Peter's Dome, a majestic basalt monolith rising 2,000 feet above the mighty Columbia River.

Back at the campground, you'll find 45 peaceful full-service campsites canopied in a laid-back, tree-filled setting. There are also four walk-in tent sites for a more primitive camping experience. This is a classic campground ... the smell of a campfire is your constant companion. Flush toilets, showers, a camp host, firewood and an amphitheater with interpretive programs are all here. Top it off with a roaring creek at the east end of the park, and you have all the makings for a great camping trip.

Vital Stats: Open March - November. The campground provides 45 full hookup sites(maximum site 60 feet) and 4 walk-in tent sites (accommodates primitive tent camping with nearby parking area).<\/p>","post_name":"ainsworth-state-park","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.5923","lng":"-122.057","distance":"1.3","permalink":"\/see-do\/natural-wonders\/forests-parks-refuges\/state-parks\/ainsworth-state-park\/","terms":"a State Park<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"665195","post_title":"Bonneville Lock & Dam","post_content":"

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers operates and maintains Bonneville Lock and Dam for hydropower production, fish and wildlife protection, recreation, and navigation. Visitors can experience the operation of two hydroelectric powerhouses, watch migrating fish traveling upstream at the underwater viewing rooms next to the fish ladders, and see salmon and sturgeon in the fish hatchery.<\/p>","post_name":"bonneville-lock-dam","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.6443","lng":"-121.946","distance":"10.5","permalink":"\/see-do\/oregon-heritage\/history-heritage\/bonneville-lock-dam\/","terms":"a Sustainable Travel<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"5515","post_title":"Guy W. Talbot State Park","post_content":"Guy W. Talbot State Park offers opportunities for hiking, picnicking, wildlife watching, viewing scenery and viewing historic sites.

A modern picnic shelter is available for rent (and is reservable). While the park is terrific for a group or family picnic, the park is often uncrowded even on the best days because of its seclusion. A gently sloping grassy hill dotted with Port Orford cedars, Douglas firs, alders and maples invites Frisbee tossing and quiet relaxation.

The tiny town of Latourell (pop. 12) borders the north side of the park. Homeowners ask that visitors please respect their privacy. A trail underneath the Historic Columbia River Highway bridge leads directly to Latourell Falls (250' tall), only a few minutes away by foot.

Vital stats: There is no fee to use this park. A fee is charged to rent the picnic shelter.<\/p>","post_name":"guy-w-talbot-state-park","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.5354","lng":"-122.225","distance":"12.1","permalink":"\/see-do\/natural-wonders\/forests-parks-refuges\/state-parks\/guy-w-talbot-state-park\/","terms":"a State Park<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"5614","post_title":"Rooster Rock State Park","post_content":"Rooster Rock State Park offers visitors picnicking, wildlife watching, bird watching, boating fishing, windsurfing, swimming , hiking and special events.

Rooster Rock features a large beach, a boat ramp and basin on the Columbia River, a nature trail with exhibits, a clothing optional beach and a group picnic area.

Three miles of sandy beaches bring out the crowds in the summer. One of the largest swimming areas near Portland serves visitors who want a natural experience. It's even more natural the further east you go at Rooster Rock (where you'll find one of Oregon's two designated nude beaches). By design, the nude beach area is completely separate and not visible from the clothing-required area of the large park. The two areas coexist in harmony.

Fall colors blaze at Rooster Rock. For an easy hike, try the 2 mile Volkswalk trail at the east end of the park. The trails will be covered with huge maples and oaks as you take a flat hike above the Columbia River. Blacktail deer, swordgrass and mushrooms grow large in the beautiful forests and meadows along this trail.

Wintertime at Rooster Rock State Park can be challenging, but it's paradise to those who love life on the edge. Windsurfers know this -- they come here when others stay away. When east winds barge down the Columbia Gorge at 25 to 40 mph, windsurfers come out of the woodwork to ride the whitecaps on the Columbia River. Winter wind speeds at Rooster Rock have been measured at 110 mph. In the winter, Rooster Rock becomes the gateway to winter recreation in the Gorge and the Cascades.

Vital stats: a small day use fee or an annual pass is required for use of the park.<\/p>","post_name":"rooster-rock-state-park","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.5446","lng":"-122.236","distance":"12.7","permalink":"\/see-do\/natural-wonders\/forests-parks-refuges\/state-parks\/rooster-rock-state-park\/","terms":"a State Park<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"735","post_title":"Crown Point Vista House","post_content":"

Just as the Statue of Liberty is a symbol of freedom, the Vista House serves as the symbol of the Columbia River Gorge. In fact, the architect of the Vista House -- Edgar Lazarus -- and Emma Lazarus (who wrote the poem of the Statue of Liberty), were brother and sister.

Millions of visitors driving from from Portland through the Columbia River Gorge don't realize the full impact of its beauty until they come around the bend near Corbett at exit 22 and see the famous building on the top of the cliff to the right. This is Crown Point and the building is the Vista House.

The Vista House was built in 1916 at the same time as Highway 30 (what is now the Historic Columbia River Gorge Highway, and the only way to reach Crown Point). The building was designed to be a place of refreshment and enjoyment of the Columbia Gorge. The octagonal building with its copper dome now houses a museum, gift shop and interpretive display of historic and geologic points of interest in the Gorge (the building is open from March-October).

It has survived many years wear and tear from millions of visitors and pounding gales of the east wind (sometimes measured here at 110 mph). The future of the Vista House is now in the hands of the Friends of the Vista House, who are trying to raise over $2 million for a long-overdue restoration.

Vital stats: There is no fee to use this park. For information, call 1-800-551-6949 or (503) 695-2261. Crown Point offers picnicking, historic buildings, a museum, historic and interpretive displays, interpretive displays, and opportunities for viewing scenery.<\/p>","post_name":"crown-point-vista-house","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.538","lng":"-122.247","distance":"13.6","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/geotourism-sustainable-travel\/oregon-adventurecation\/crown-point-vista-house\/","terms":"a
Sustainable Travel<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"9253","post_title":"Little Creek Outfitters","post_content":"","post_name":"little-creek-outfitters","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3853","lng":"-122.056","distance":"14.6","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/fishing-guides-charters\/little-creek-outfitters\/","terms":"a Guides & Charter<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"1002","post_title":"Marine Park at Cascade Locks","post_content":"

Historical Museum and the Sternwheeler, Columbia Gorge; excursions are available.<\/p>","post_name":"marine-park-at-cascade-locks","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.668","lng":"-121.894","distance":"14.7","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/oregon-adventurecation\/marine-park-at-cascade-locks\/","terms":"an Outdoors & Nature<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"97922","post_title":"Sandy Ridge","post_content":"

The Sandy Ridge trail area brings a welcome resource to the west side of Mt. Hood – it’s an easy drive from Portland, and the trails were all recently built and designed for flow. The trails are low enough on the mountain to stay open about 10 months a year; they’re designed to drain water and hold up to mud.<\/p>\r\n

There are currently 6.5 miles of trails open, with a long-term goal of 16-18 miles of single-track.<\/p>\r\n

Hide and Seek is an intermediate, four-mile descent dropping from an elevation of 2,280 feet to 1,120 with roots, rocks, rollers and jumps built into the trail. Laura’s Loop is a 0.75-mile beginner circuit near the gate with smooth, easy trails but some moderate inclines.<\/p>\r\n

Recent additions include a bridge over Little Joe Creek and a brand-new section of trail. A new, 2.25-mile loop has been added to the Three Thirty Eight trail, including a technical, rock-drop section (there’s a bypass for riders who want to stay less technical).<\/p>\r\n

More info: http:\/\/rideoregonride.com\/trails\/sandy-ridge\/<\/a><\/p>","post_name":"sandy-ridge","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3823","lng":"-122.038","distance":"15.0","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/cycling\/hiking\/sandy-ridge\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"23525","post_title":"Cascade Locks","post_content":"

Cascade Locks was originally called Whiskey Flats. Home to more than 100 bars, saloons and bordellos at one point, the town’s name was changed before the locks were built in the late 1800s to accommodate steamboat travel (and races) up the Columbia to the inland empire. The local Sternwheeler Days celebrate this the second week of each July. Today the town is working to revitalize itself through tourism, boasting both history and some of the best windsurfing breezes on Earth. The Oregon Pony, the first railroad around the treacherous rapids, is exibited in the historic park next to the local museum. Visitors can imagine how life was back then as they watch local Indians dip-net salmon, and listen to their stories and way of life at the Festival of Nations celebrating their rich heritage on the Columbia.<\/p>","post_name":"cascade-locks","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.6707","lng":"-121.888","distance":"15.2","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/geotourism-sustainable-travel\/oregon-adventurecation\/cascade-locks\/","terms":"a Sustainable Travel<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"1661943","post_title":"City of Cascade Locks Public Parking Lot: Electric Vehicle Fast Charging Station","post_content":"","post_name":"city-of-cascade-locks-public-parking-lot-electric-vehicle-fast-charging-station","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.6707","lng":"-121.888","distance":"15.2","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/geotourism-sustainable-travel\/city-of-cascade-locks-public-parking-lot-electric-vehicle-fast-charging-station\/","terms":"a Sustainable Travel<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"9155","post_title":"Hubbards Guide Service","post_content":"","post_name":"hubbards-guide-service","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3676","lng":"-121.997","distance":"16.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/fishing-guides-charters\/hubbards-guide-service\/","terms":"a Guides & Charter<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"9458","post_title":"Reds Guide Service","post_content":"","post_name":"reds-guide-service","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.4931","lng":"-122.276","distance":"16.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/fishing-guides-charters\/reds-guide-service\/","terms":"a Guides & Charter<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"9117","post_title":"Hays Frederick H","post_content":"","post_name":"hays-frederick-h","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.4393","lng":"-122.25","distance":"17.1","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/hays-frederick-h\/","terms":"a Guides & Charter<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"6947","post_title":"McIntyre Ridge Trail","post_content":"The McIntyre Ridge Trail climbs from the trailhead and passes through a BLM clear-cut. A glimpse of Mount Hood may be seen one mile from the trailhead, but the first of many dynamic viewpoints is found at 2.7 miles. The trail is hard to follow here. The next 1.4 miles climb gradually through a variety of wooded scenes, until the open ridge which is adorned with beargrass and rhododendron is reached. The rest of the trail travels on the open ridge offering abundant views of the Cascades as well as nearby lesser peaks. The trail may be difficult to follow at times so look for a well-defined tread as well as 4X4 inch posts that mark the trail.

This hike can be extended by utilizing a car shuttle and continuing on the Douglas Trail #781 to Plaza Trail #783 and then the Bonanza Trail # 786 or the Boulder Ridge Trail #783A. An opportunity for solitude abounds on this trail system. Permits are required for this wilderness trail. They are self- issuing at the trailhead or wilderness boundary.","post_name":"mcintyre-ridge-trail","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.352","lng":"-122.041","distance":"17.2","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/hiking\/mcintyre-ridge-trail\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"9010","post_title":"Fish Above Guide Service","post_content":"","post_name":"fish-above-guide-service","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.5051","lng":"-122.29","distance":"17.4","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/fishing-guides-charters\/fish-above-guide-service\/","terms":"a Guides & Charter<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"1541","post_title":"Mt. Hood Huckleberry Festival & Barlow Trail Days","post_content":"Fresh wild huckleberries, huckleberry jam and other products are featured along with music, arts and crafts, tours, Native American Salmon Bake and other great foods, and much more.","post_name":"mt-hood-huckleberry-festival-barlow-trail-days","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3576","lng":"-121.998","distance":"17.5","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/geotourism-sustainable-travel\/mt-hood-huckleberry-festival-barlow-trail-days\/","terms":"a Sustainable Travel<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"1207","post_title":"Sandy Skatepark","post_content":"

Open 2:30pm-dusk on school days. 8am-dusk when school is closed. Enjoy skating, blading and more. 10,000 square feet skatepark.<\/p>","post_name":"sandy-skatepark","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3895","lng":"-122.206","distance":"17.6","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/oregon-adventurecation\/sandy-skatepark\/","terms":"an Outdoors & Nature<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"670935","post_title":"Skys Guide Service","post_content":"","post_name":"skys-guide-service","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.4419","lng":"-122.26","distance":"17.6","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/skys-guide-service\/","terms":"a Guides & Charter<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"940","post_title":"Jonsruds Viewpoint","post_content":"

Pull over for a look at Mt. Hood and you will be rewarded with a spectacular view of the Barlow Trail route over the mountain.<\/p>","post_name":"jonsruds-viewpoint","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3894","lng":"-122.208","distance":"17.7","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/geotourism-sustainable-travel\/jonsruds-viewpoint\/","terms":"a Sustainable Travel<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"1190","post_title":"Roslyn Lake","post_content":"

Roslyn Lake (PGE park facility) is a day-use-area. Fireplaces, electric stoves, water, toilets, a play field and horseshoes. A small concession store operates on good weather days, with boat rental services.<\/p>","post_name":"roslyn-lake","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3894","lng":"-122.208","distance":"17.7","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/oregon-adventurecation\/roslyn-lake\/","terms":"an Outdoors & Nature<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"13847","post_title":"Mt. Hood Huckleberry Festival & Barlow Trail Days","post_content":"

27th annual festival at the Mt. Hood Village Resort. Historical tours of the Oregon Trail, folk music, Huckleberries, arts & crafts, antiques & collectables, exhibits, and watermelon launch.<\/p>","post_name":"mt-hood-huckleberry-festival-barlow-trail-days-2","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3536","lng":"-122","distance":"17.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/geotourism-sustainable-travel\/mt-hood-huckleberry-festival-barlow-trail-days-2\/","terms":"a Sustainable Travel<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"7621","post_title":"Boulder Ridge Trail","post_content":"The Boulder Ridge Trail starts at the Bureau of Land Management's Wildwood Recreation Site. In the off-season, parking may be outside the site's gate, adding a short distance to the hike. Starting from the parking area, the trail crosses the Salmon River on a heavily constructed bridge. The first quarter mile of trail passes though flat, wet terrain and crosses a small stream on a foot bridge. In the first few miles, three additional streams are crossed. Since all are not reliable year-round sources, it is best to carry water. The first viewpoint is located 1.8 miles from the trailhead and is a good turnaround point for those without serious hiking intentions.

The trail ends at the junction with Plaza Trail #783 after gaining a total of 2,500 feet in elevation through a series of fairly steep switchbacks. The climb, however, is well worth it as mountain views framed with blooming wildflowers are characteristic of this ridgetop trail system.

Interesting trips can be made utilizing car shuttles between this trailhead and that of Bonanza Trail #786, McIntyre Ridge Trail #782, Douglas Trail #781 or Plaza trail #783.","post_name":"boulder-ridge-trail","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3535","lng":"-121.988","distance":"18.1","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/hiking\/boulder-ridge-trail\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"9432","post_title":"Pioneer Guide Service","post_content":"","post_name":"pioneer-guide-service","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3898","lng":"-122.229","distance":"18.6","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/fishing-guides-charters\/pioneer-guide-service\/","terms":"a Guides & Charter<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"9461","post_title":"Reel Adventures","post_content":"","post_name":"reel-adventures","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3898","lng":"-122.229","distance":"18.6","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/fishing-guides-charters\/reel-adventures\/","terms":"a Guides & Charter<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"9649","post_title":"Ted Neelys Guide Service","post_content":"","post_name":"ted-neelys-guide-service","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3433","lng":"-121.969","distance":"19.3","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/fishing-guides-charters\/ted-neelys-guide-service\/","terms":"a Guides & Charter<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"8781","post_title":"Big Sky Balloon Adventures","post_content":"Big Sky Balloon Adventures offering unique scenic balloon flights in Central Oregon.","post_name":"big-sky-balloon-adventures","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3415","lng":"-121.971","distance":"19.4","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/outdoor\/big-sky-balloon-adventures\/","terms":"an Outdoor Guide<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"9251","post_title":"Linn Joshua L","post_content":"","post_name":"linn-joshua-l","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3608","lng":"-121.931","distance":"19.5","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/fishing-guides-charters\/linn-joshua-l\/","terms":"a Guides & Charter<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"9380","post_title":"On The Edge Adventures Inc","post_content":"","post_name":"on-the-edge-adventures-inc","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3608","lng":"-121.931","distance":"19.5","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/backcountry\/bicycle\/on-the-edge-adventures-inc\/","terms":"a Guides & Charter<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"665992","post_title":"Lake Shore Trail","post_content":"Lake Shore Trail, a self-guided nature trail, begins with a magnificent view of Mount Hood reflected in the clear blue water of Lost Lake. More pictures of Mount Hood are taken from this point than any other site. Multi-canopied forest and other lakeside views make this a pleasant hike.","post_name":"lake-shore-trail","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.4957","lng":"-121.823","distance":"19.6","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/hiking\/lake-shore-trail\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"6820","post_title":"Old Growth Trail","post_content":"Old Growth Trails ideal for all age groups, offers spectacular views of an old growth forest and is equipped with interpretive signs to enhance your knowledge of the forest. You can do a loop by returning on a barrier-free
portion of the Lake Shore Trail.","post_name":"old-growth-trail","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.4974","lng":"-121.819","distance":"19.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/hiking\/old-growth-trail\/","terms":"a
Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"9658","post_title":"The Fly Fishing Shop","post_content":"","post_name":"the-fly-fishing-shop","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3382","lng":"-121.965","distance":"19.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/fishing-guides-charters\/the-fly-fishing-shop\/","terms":"a Guides & Charter<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"90452","post_title":"Resort at the Mountain (Foxglove\/Pinecone)","post_content":"

Opened in 1981, Foxglove is the most challenging of The Three Nines. Forest-lined fairways - some running adjacent to the wild and scenic Salmon River - \"Scottish bunkers,\" and obstacles, including the infamous monolithic boulder on the first hole, push golfers to the limit. Foxglove measures 3,106 yards and plays to par 36. Originally built in 1928, Pine Cone is the 4th oldest course in Oregon and is the longest of The Three Nines. Playing to par 36, it measures 3,299 yards and features dog legs, water hazards and the most elevation changes of The Three Nines. Recent improvements have made this nine more scenic and enjoyable than ever before. Nestled in amongst 300 acres of lush evergreen forests and bordered by the wild and scenic Salmon River, The Three Nines provide a wonderful experience for all types of golfers - from the well-intentioned beginner to the pro. * Equipment rentals, lessons and golf cart rentals are available. * 27 holes * 160 Lodging Rooms * Host Course for the 2004 OGA Net Championship and 2005 Women's Four-Ball Championship * Croquet & Lawn Bowling * Fitness Center * Two seasonal restaurants & lounges.<\/p>","post_name":"resort-at-the-mountain-foxglovepinecone","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3381","lng":"-121.966","distance":"19.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/golf\/resort-at-the-mountain-foxglovepinecone\/","terms":"a Golf Course or Attraction<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"90453","post_title":"Resort at the Mountain - Pinecone\/Thistle","post_content":"","post_name":"resort-at-the-mountain-pineconethistle","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.338","lng":"-121.966","distance":"19.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/golf\/resort-at-the-mountain-pineconethistle\/","terms":"a Golf Course or Attraction<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"90454","post_title":"Resort at the Mountain - Thistle\/Foxglove","post_content":"","post_name":"resort-at-the-mountain-thistlefoxglove","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.338","lng":"-121.966","distance":"19.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/golf\/resort-at-the-mountain-thistlefoxglove\/","terms":"a Golf Course or Attraction<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"115658","post_title":"Joe's Donuts","post_content":"

Joe’s is one of those treasured American local food icons. It has been at the same location in the same building in Sandy, Oregon, for years and years. It’s the kind of small shop that knows how to deliver a unique experience and does it without compromising or growing beyond its britches. For tens of thousands of Portlanders, Joe’s equals Sandy. It remains true to its heritage and its locale.<\/p>\r\n

You can’t miss the eye-popping red and white checkered paint job. You can’t miss that distinct look that says, “I may be local but I’m unforgettable.” You can’t miss the lines out the door. Whether it’s a cruller, a bear claw, a fritter or a maple bar, they make it fresh, big and mouth-watering. Just the indulgence anyone needs before burning hundreds of calories on some fantastic outdoor experience.<\/p>","post_name":"joes-donuts","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3962","lng":"-122.259","distance":"19.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/eat-drink\/restaurants\/american\/joes-donuts\/","terms":"a Sustainable Travel<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"671183","post_title":"Andersons Outdoors Llc","post_content":"","post_name":"andersons-outdoors-llc","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3382","lng":"-121.965","distance":"19.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/fishing-guides-charters\/andersons-outdoors-llc\/","terms":"a Guides & Charter<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"1661965","post_title":"Barlow Trail Roadhouse: Electric Vehicle (EV) Fast Charging Station","post_content":"","post_name":"barlow-trail-roadhouse-electric-vehicle-ev-fast-charging-station","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3448","lng":"-121.949","distance":"19.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/geotourism-sustainable-travel\/barlow-trail-roadhouse-electric-vehicle-ev-fast-charging-station\/","terms":"a Sustainable Travel<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"7141","post_title":"Huckleberry Mountain Trail","post_content":"Huckleberry Mountain Trail begins at a junction with the Lakeshore Trail #656 at the south end of the lake. After a 1\/2 mile moderate ascent a fine viewpoint (Lost Lake) is reached. The trail continues at a moderate grade through lichen-covered old growth Hemlock and patches of Huckleberry, crossing two or three small streams before reaching the crest. On the crest of the ridge (backbone of the Cascade Mountains), the trail joins the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail. Lolo Pass is four miles to the south; Buck Peak is four miles to the north.","post_name":"huckleberry-mountain-trail","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.4812","lng":"-121.824","distance":"19.9","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/hiking\/huckleberry-mountain-trail\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"6991","post_title":"Lost Lake Campground","post_content":"Located on Lost Lake in the northwest section of the Mount Hood National Forest, Lost Lake Campground offers 125 camp sites at 3,200 feet elevation. The campground is accessible from Forest Road 1340, and activities include fishing, hiking and walking. Drinking water is available.","post_name":"lost-lake-campground","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.4926","lng":"-121.819","distance":"20.0","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/camping-recreation\/fishing\/hiking\/lost-lake-campground\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"4749481","post_title":"The Courses at The Resort at the Mountain","post_content":"

Resting in the picturesque Salmon River Valley in the shadow Mt. Hood, The Resort at the Mountain is one of Oregon’s 7 Golf Gems<\/a> and the state’s very first golf resort, established in 1928. Today, players can piece together 18 holes from three separate nines — Thistle (more forgiving), Pine Cone (moderately difficult) and Foxglove (the most challenging). All three nines are great for walkers. If you visit in the fall, be on the lookout for spawning Coho salmon in Wee Burn, the stream that runs through the valley.<\/p>\r\n\r\n

The Resort is designed with family fun in mind and offers a variety of options for families, including the Northwest’s only regulation croquet court and lawn bowling green and FootGolf, a hybrid sport combining golf and soccer.<\/p>\r\n\r\n

Enter to win the ultimate Oregon golf adventure<\/a>, including a three-night stay and three rounds of golf at two of these 7 Gems and a group lesson with a GOLF Magazine Top 100 Teacher.<\/em><\/p>","post_name":"the-courses-at-the-resort-at-the-mountain","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.337","lng":"-121.959","distance":"20.0","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/golf\/the-courses-at-the-resort-at-the-mountain\/","terms":"a Golf Course or Attraction<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"9068","post_title":"Gimme A Go Fishing Adventures","post_content":"","post_name":"gimme-a-go-fishing-adventures","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3927","lng":"-122.263","distance":"20.2","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/fishing-guides-charters\/gimme-a-go-fishing-adventures\/","terms":"a Guides & Charter<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"9115","post_title":"Hawkeyes Guide Service","post_content":"","post_name":"hawkeyes-guide-service","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3459","lng":"-121.937","distance":"20.2","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/fishing-guides-charters\/hawkeyes-guide-service\/","terms":"a Guides & Charter<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"7145","post_title":"Hunchback Trail","post_content":"Hunchback Trail climbs steeply up the ridge through deep timber to a rim rock viewpoint of Salmon River Valley. Continuing on will take you up to Devil's Peak Lookout, eight additional miles along the ridge, making the round trip mileage 20.0 miles.","post_name":"hunchback-trail","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3419","lng":"-121.942","distance":"20.3","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/hiking\/hunchback-trail\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"4264","post_title":"Wildwood Recreation Site and Cascade Streamwatch","post_content":"

BLM park off Hwy 26 near Welches. Offers visitors a unique opportunity to explore natural stream and wetlands from boardwalks and interpretive trails. From the Cascade Streamwatch Trail, visitors can see young salmon and steelhead through a viewing window<\/p>","post_name":"wildwood-recreation-site-and-cascade-streamwatch","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3307","lng":"-121.959","distance":"20.5","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/geotourism-sustainable-travel\/wildwood-recreation-site-and-cascade-streamwatch\/","terms":"a Sustainable Travel<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"7388","post_title":"Devil's Tie Trail","post_content":"From Burn Lake Trail #772, the Devil's Tie Trail climbs gradually, passing a clear stream until Cast Meadow and the Zigzag Mountain Trail #775 are reached. Huckleberries and a variety of fragile wildflowers are found along segments of the trail.

An interesting 5.5 mile loop can be made by hiking Burnt Lake Trail to its junction with the Devil's Tie Trail. Then follow Devil's Tie northwest to its intersection with the Zigzag Mountain Trail #775. Turn right, and follow the trail to its junction with the Burnt Lake Trail. This is one of the most outstanding loops in the Mount Hood Wilderness as it combines magnificent 360 views found on top of East Zigzag with a wide variety of fragile wildflowers and huckleberries.

Frequently, especially during the peak of huckleberry season, evidence of bear and other wildlife can be found along the trial.","post_name":"devils-tie-trail","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3454","lng":"-121.929","distance":"20.5","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/hiking\/devils-tie-trail\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"671998","post_title":"Douglas Trail","post_content":"The Douglas Trail follows Road 3626-255 for 0.4 miles resulting in two trailheads. The first, or eastern, trailhead leads up into the Huckleberry Mountain area including the McIntyre Ridge Trail #782, the Plaza Trail #783, the Bonanza Trail #786, and the Boulder Ridge Trail $783A. The western trailhead leads across to Eagle Creek, offering a great connection, especially for equestrians. It also junctions in less than 0.1 miles to a trail that heads up to Eagle Creek Butte. The Douglas Trail continues through the forest for 1.4 miles until it reaches the rough access road (Lee's Ranch Road) to the Eagle Creek Trail. Following this trail downhill for approximately one mile leads to the Eagle Creek Trail.

From the eastern trailhead, the trail climbs in the forest one-half mile until a clear-cut is reached. It is best to check with the Zigzag Ranger District for current information regarding logging as the trail may be impassable. A year round stream, providing the only water on the trail, is located one mile from the trailhead. The trail then climbs until an active rock quarry is reached at 1.9 miles. Use caution crossing this area. There is a confusing spot her where a spur trail leads left to the former site of Douglas Camp. Head right to connect with the rest of the trail. A unique view of the area south across Eagle Creek to Old Baldy is found 0.1 miles further. The trail, now on the ridgetop, alternates between uphill and downhill.

At 3.1 miles, the junction with the McIntyre Ridge Trail is reached. The Douglas Trail then climbs via some short, rutted switchbacks for 0.2 miles to a short way-trail on the right. This leads to the rhododendron covered top of Wildcat Mountain, a former lookout site. Phenomenal views of Mt. Rainier, Mt. St. Helens, Mt. Hood and Mt. Jefferson abound.","post_name":"douglas-trail","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3068","lng":"-122.109","distance":"20.7","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/hiking\/douglas-trail\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"6364","post_title":"Wahtum Campground","post_content":"Located just east of the Columbia Wilderness on Wahtum Lake, Wahtum Campground offers five camp sites at 3,900 feet elevation. The campground is accessible from Forest Road 1310, and activities include fishing, hiking and walking.","post_name":"wahtum-campground","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.5771","lng":"-121.793","distance":"20.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/camping-recreation\/fishing\/hiking\/wahtum-campground\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"6990","post_title":"Lost Lake Butte Trail","post_content":"Lost Lake Butte Trail ascends at a moderate grade passing through timber that diminishes in size with elevation. The last 3\/4 mile ascends steeply via a series of switchbacks to the 4468' summit. Just below the summit, visitors can find remains of an old fire lookout.

On a clear day, the trail features views of Mount Hood, Jefferson, Rainier, St. Helens and Adams. In addition, visitors can enjoy views of Mt. Defiance and Larch, the Indian Mountains, Lost Lake and the upper Hood River Valley .","post_name":"lost-lake-butte-trail","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.4971","lng":"-121.805","distance":"20.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/hiking\/lost-lake-butte-trail\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"7554","post_title":"Castle Canyon Trail","post_content":"Castle Canyon Trail is steep and rough and tops out on moss covered rock outcroppings with a view of the valley.
","post_name":"castle-canyon-trail","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3437","lng":"-121.924","distance":"20.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/hiking\/castle-canyon-trail\/","terms":"a
Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"9466","post_title":"Reel Twins Adventures Llc","post_content":"","post_name":"reel-twins-adventures-llc","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3339","lng":"-122.199","distance":"20.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/reel-twins-adventures-llc\/","terms":"a Guides & Charter<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"8907","post_title":"Dales Guide Service Llc","post_content":"","post_name":"dales-guide-service-llc","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.4248","lng":"-122.303","distance":"21.0","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/dales-guide-service-llc\/","terms":"a Guides & Charter<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"6943","post_title":"McNeil Campground","post_content":"Located near the Sandy River and west of the Mount Hood Wilderness, McNeil Campground offers 34 camp sites at 2,040 feet elevation. The campground is accessible from Forest Road 1825, and activities include fishing, hiking and walking.","post_name":"mcneil-campground","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3861","lng":"-121.866","distance":"21.1","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/camping-recreation\/fishing\/hiking\/mcneil-campground\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"6345","post_title":"West Zigzag Mountain Trail","post_content":"The first 0.7 miles of the West Zigzag Mountain Trail is the steepest, and once the first switchback is reached, the trail makes a gradual traverse until it reaches West Zigzag Mountain and the Zigzag Mountain Trail #775. Rhododendrons bloom, intensely along the trail in late June. By hiking west 0.1 miles on the Zigzag Mountain Trail, an abandoned lookout site offering great views to the south is reaches. One can hike in either direction along the ridgetop of Zigzag Mountain Trail and find outstanding 360 degree views as well as wildflower displays.

An outstanding 10.5 mile loop featuring a wide variety of wildflowers and mountain views can be made by combining the West Zigzag Mountain Trail with the Zigzag Mountain Trail and the Burnt Lake Trail #772. This loop may be shortened by using Devil's Tie Trail #767 as a shortcut back to the Burnt Lake Trail. The West Zigzag Mountain Trail also provides access to the Horseshoe Ridge Trail by traveling about two miles east on the Zigzag Mountain Trail.","post_name":"west-zigzag-mountain-trail","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3521","lng":"-121.895","distance":"21.5","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/hiking\/west-zigzag-mountain-trail\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"6994","post_title":"Lost Creek Trail - Mt Hood National Forest","post_content":"

Lost Creek Trail is a paved interpretive trail with a picnic area. The trail passes an old beaver pond with a view of Mt. Hood and offers a trip into the deep shady forest for anyone who desires a flat, paved path. Interpretive signing and rest benches make Lost Creek a great site for families with strollers and people of all ages. At the Mt. Hood Information Center booklets in Braille are available to check out for the interpretive trail at Lost Creek.<\/p>","post_name":"lost-creek-trail-mt-hood-national-forest","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3807","lng":"-121.861","distance":"21.6","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/hiking\/lost-creek-trail-mt-hood-national-forest\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"6715","post_title":"Riley Horse Camp","post_content":"Located northeast of Zigzag, Riley Horse Camp offers 14 camp sites at 2,100 feet elevation. The campground is accessible from Forest Road 1825, and activities include horseback riding, fishing, hiking and walking. Drinking water is available.","post_name":"riley-horse-camp","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3814","lng":"-121.859","distance":"21.7","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/camping-recreation\/fishing\/hiking\/riley-horse-camp\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"115659","post_title":"Mt. Hood Roasters Coffee Company Tours","post_content":"

Mt. Hood Roasters is wonderful example of experiential tourism and combines elements of historical, cultural, agricultural and culinary tourism. Mt. Hood Roasters offers daily tours and coffee roasting opportunities – in 45 minutes, guests know more about coffee than 99.9% of the world and get to enjoy several “hands-on” experiences. The tour includes lessons on the world’s second most traded commodity, product sustainability practices, discussions on local vs. organic foods, the story of coffee from green beans to the cup, coffee roasting demonstrations and, because of the unique location… Oregon pioneer history. The location of the facility near an important Oregon pioneer cut-off trail allows the tour leader an opportunity to weave local geography and historical notes into the tour.<\/p>\r\n

Owned by the Applegates, a respected Oregon pioneer family name, the facility is located adjacent to the Barlow Trail. The compound hosts the roasting facility, the family home built in 1926 and a cottage. Bringing together home, roasting facility and guest lodging on one property is unique. There are no other known coffee companies like this in Oregon.<\/p>","post_name":"mt-hood-roasters-coffee-company-tours","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3279","lng":"-121.91","distance":"22.4","permalink":"\/see-do\/eat-drink\/restaurants\/american\/mt-hood-roasters-coffee-company-tours\/","terms":"a Sustainable Travel<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"672670","post_title":"Latourell Falls","post_content":"

Latourell Falls is usually the first waterfall seen along the Columbia Gorge Scenic Highway. Because of this, it usually leaves quite an impression on first-time visitors. The falls plunge 224 feet over a massive wall of columnar basalt – some of the best formations in the Pacific Northwest – before cascading hastily toward the Columbia River. This waterfall is usually most recognized for the large patch of bright yellow lichen adorning the cliff face to the right of the falls, and this characteristic has led many famous photographers to give this location their treatment. The drainage of Latourell Creek is rather small, so the falls become significantly less impressive later in the year, but are always worth stopping for a quick look.<\/p>","post_name":"latourell-falls","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.5226","lng":"-122.369","distance":"22.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/geotourism-sustainable-travel\/latourell-falls\/","terms":"a Sustainable Travel<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"6431","post_title":"Tollgate Campground","post_content":"Located about one mile southeast of Rhododendron, Tollgate Campground offers 15 camp sites at 1,700 feet elevation. The campground is accessible from Highway 26, and activities include fishing in Camp Creek, hiking and walking. Drinking water is available.","post_name":"tollgate-campground","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.322","lng":"-121.905","distance":"23.0","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/camping-recreation\/fishing\/hiking\/tollgate-campground\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"6424","post_title":"Top Spur Trail","post_content":"The Top Spur Trail provides quick access to the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail #2000 (PCNST), Bald Mountain Trail #784 and Timberline Trail #600. The closest viewpoint to Top Spur is on the PCNST, towards the Muddy Fork of the Sandy River. This viewpoint overlooks the Muddy Fork and Mount Hood.

The Bald Mountain Trail and the PCNST are both open to horses. The portion of the PCNST between Bald Mountain and Ramona Falls, however, is not recommended for equestrian use due to frequent slides. Bald Mountain Trail is a highly recommended alternate route. The Timberline Trail is closed to horses. The Top Spur Trail also leads to trails within the Mount Hood Wilderness, which are closed to bicycles and motorcycle use and wilderness permits are required in the wilderness.","post_name":"top-spur-trail","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.4011","lng":"-121.819","distance":"23.1","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/hiking\/top-spur-trail\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"6995","post_title":"Lost Creek Campground","post_content":"Located on the west side of the Mount Hood Wilderness, Lost Creek Campground offers 16 camp sites at 2,600 feet elevation. The campground is accessible from Forest Road 1825, and activities include fishing, hiking and walking. Drinking water is available.","post_name":"lost-creek-campground","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3822","lng":"-121.835","distance":"23.1","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/camping-recreation\/fishing\/hiking\/lost-creek-campground\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"9208","post_title":"Juniors Guide Service","post_content":"","post_name":"juniors-guide-service","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.4909","lng":"-122.448","distance":"29.1","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/fishing-guides-charters\/juniors-guide-service\/","terms":"a Guides & Charter<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"13858","post_title":"Down the River Clean Up on the Clackamas River","post_content":"

Join hundreds of area boaters (rafters, kayakers, drift boaters and canoeists) who float the Clackamas River and clean up the banks of the river on their way down. Boaters divide into groups to clean 14 miles of riverway from Barton Park all the way down to the mouth at Clackamette Park. If you have your own boat and possess class II+ river running skills, please join them! If you don't, sign up for one of their limited spaces in a guided event raft. All participants must pre-register. BBQ and silent auction to follow the event at Barton Park.<\/p>","post_name":"down-the-river-clean-up-on-the-clackamas-river","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3895","lng":"-122.408","distance":"29.1","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/geotourism-sustainable-travel\/down-the-river-clean-up-on-the-clackamas-river\/","terms":"a Volunteer Event<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"9559","post_title":"Self Ray L","post_content":"","post_name":"self-ray-l","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3537","lng":"-122.387","distance":"29.2","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/self-ray-l\/","terms":"a Guides & Charter<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"664845","post_title":"Clackamas River-Lower","post_content":"

The Clackamas is an incredible resource for Portland area residents—after all, how many major metropolitan areas have a federally designated “National Wild and Scenic” river flowing through their backyard! The river’s upper stretches, where it flows through dense forests and basalt canyons, offers up white water rafting and kayaking opportunities to challenge the most expert paddlers. The lower river below Estacada is a great place for beginning paddlers to get a taste of river running. This stretch also attracts many anglers seeking chinook and summer steelhead in the spring, coho (silver) salmon in the fall, and winter steelhead from December through March. The last few miles above its confluence with the Willamette are one of Portlanders’ favorite fishing holes.<\/p>\r\n

Courtesy of \"Boating in Oregon\" by Oregon State Marine Board<\/strong><\/em><\/p>","post_name":"clackamas-river-lower","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3822","lng":"-122.405","distance":"29.2","permalink":"\/see-do\/natural-wonders\/bodies-of-water\/rivers\/clackamas-river-lower\/","terms":"a River<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"6920","post_title":"Mirror Lake Trail","post_content":"Mirror Lake Trail is very gradual and in excellent condition. The trail passes through a section of old growth forest, crosses a creek, and passes through two rock slide areas that offer good views. Mount Hood, Zigzag Mountain and Laurel Hill can be seen from a viewpoint at 0.7 miles. At 1.4 miles the trail forks, forming a loop around the lake. Turning right at the junction brings you to a day use area at the lake.

Traveling the half mile loop around the lake, hikers will notice many improvements such as log plank walkways and a stairway down to the lake. On the west side of the lake, the trail continues 1.6 miles farther to the top of Tom Dick Ridge which offers a magnificent view of the south side of Mount Hood. Wildflowers, including asters, paintbrush, rhododendron and cinquefoil are located in the meadow areas along the lake shore and on the trail to Tom Dick Ridge. Huckleberries can be found on the east side of the slope.","post_name":"mirror-lake-trail","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3059","lng":"-121.792","distance":"29.3","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/fishing\/hiking\/mirror-lake-trail\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"109680","post_title":"Barton Park","post_content":"

Woods, wetlands, river, and riparian habitats make up this park, situated along the Clackamas River. Scan the riverfront for Wood Duck, American (and sometimes Eurasian) Wigeon, Gadwall, Bufflehead, and Hooded Merganser. Also watch for Bald Eagle, Cooper's Hawk, and a variety of woodpeckers and songbirds, including nesting MacGillivray's Warbler. Barton offers 98 reservable campsites from May 1 to Sept 30, along with covered picnic shelters.

From I-205 take Exit 12A to OR 212\/224. Barton Park is 0.5 mi S of Hwy 224, off Baker's Ferry Rd (between Carver and Eagle Creek).<\/p>","post_name":"barton-park","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3808","lng":"-122.406","distance":"29.3","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/oregon-adventurecation\/barton-park\/","terms":"an
Oregon Adventurecation<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"23963","post_title":"Murals of Estacada","post_content":"

The ArtBack Artists’ Cooperative was formed in 1992 by nine professional artists who joined together for a local exhibition. Overwhelmed by the tremendous support for their first show, they realized they had the opportunity to play a major role in shaping the future of visual arts in this historic community while increasing civic pride. They are dedicated to bringing art into the local arena to benefit and educate the largest and most diverse population possible.<\/p>\r\n

They have instituted a popular mural tradition that has successfully brought together individuals, businesses and organizations, while creating lasting imagery that reflects and strengthens the proud achievements of our community. They have grown and are now recognized throughout the community as a vital force in the cultural and economic direction of the town.<\/p>\r\n

The annual Summer Celebration arts and music festival was created in 2000 to celebrate the ArtBack’s annual mural-in-a-weekend project, which takes place every fourth weekend in July.<\/p>\r\n

Some of the murals are historical to the community and others are just plain fun. Come on out to Estacada and experience them in person. The murals can be seen throughout the community; stop by the Chamber of Commerce or the local art gallery, The Spiral Gallery Cooperative, and pick up the Walking Tour Guide to the Murals and enjoy the stroll through the quaint and lovely town of Estacada! The guide gives you information about each mural and where it is located. Some of the murals are painted on panels that can be removed from the building for preservation. The ArtBack Artists accept donations for each mural, and your name will be painted on that mural’s plaque in appreciation.<\/p>","post_name":"murals-of-estacada","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.2896","lng":"-122.334","distance":"29.4","permalink":"\/see-do\/oregon-heritage\/history-heritage\/murals-of-estacada\/","terms":"a Sustainable Travel<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"109926","post_title":"Eagle Creek Golf Course","post_content":"

EXPERIENCE history on the Oregon Trail at Eagle Creek Golf Course, an 18-hole course amidst nearly two-century-old wagon ruts, a winding stream, unspoiled forests and roaming wildlife. Special rates are available, contact pro shop for details.<\/p>","post_name":"eagle-creek-golf-course","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.3315","lng":"-122.373","distance":"29.4","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/golf\/eagle-creek-golf-course\/","terms":"a Golf Course or Attraction<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"5631","post_title":"Starvation Creek State Park","post_content":"Starvation Creek provides opportunities for picnicking, hiking, viewing interpretive signs, wildlife watching, bird watching and viewing scenery.

Trails spreading out from this day-use park lead onto adjacent National Forest Service land and connect to the Mt. Defiance and Starvation Ridge trails. Heading east, trek along a remnant of the Historic Columbia River Highway to Viento State Park and campground.

Planning is underway for trail improvements, including a repaving project that will make it accessible according to American Disability Act (ADA) standards. Other historic highway segments designed for trail use and accessible to people with disabilities are now open between Hood River and Mosier (Twin Tunnels segment) and from Cascade Locks north to the Tooth Rock Trailhead.

The waterfall at Starvation Creek, one of the few in this area of the gorge, is an elegant cascade admired by gorge travelers for thousands of years.

Vital stats: There is no fee to use this park. Eastbound vehicle access only. Westbound sightseers can park at the trailhead at Viento and walk the two miles to the park.<\/p>","post_name":"starvation-creek-state-park","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.6882","lng":"-121.689","distance":"29.7","permalink":"\/see-do\/natural-wonders\/forests-parks-refuges\/state-parks\/starvation-creek-state-park\/","terms":"a State Park<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"7179","post_title":"Hidden Lake Trail","post_content":"Hidden Lake Trail climbs to the wooded lake through rhododendron bushes, which bloom in profusion in June. For a longer hike you may continue to the upper terminus of the Hidden Lake Trail. This makes the trip 10 miles round trip.","post_name":"hidden-lake-trail","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.324","lng":"-121.766","distance":"29.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/hiking\/hidden-lake-trail\/","terms":"a Hiking<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"},{"ID":"8795","post_title":"Blue Sky Whitewater Rafting Inc","post_content":"","post_name":"blue-sky-whitewater-rafting-inc","post_type":"resource","slug":"recreation","name":"Recreation","lat":"45.1878","lng":"-122.129","distance":"29.8","permalink":"\/see-do\/recreation\/guides-charters-recreation\/blue-sky-whitewater-rafting-inc\/","terms":"a Guides & Charter<\/a>\r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t (within Recreation<\/a>)"}]},"success":true,"html":""}