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Located on the east side of the Willamette just south of Hawthorne Bridge is a beach named after Audrey McCall (wife of Tom McCall). It has been in the making for several years, ever since HAP and volunteers (and Multnomah County inmate work crews) started removing concrete, glass and debris from the riverbank. Many tons of material have been removed by hand. This natural cove is an easy place to get into the river. You can also enter the water from the dock where kayakers, canoes and standup paddleboards often launch.

*Source: The Human Access Project.

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  1. The Human Access Project

    written by Lizzie Keenan on December 22nd, 2014

    Will Levenson has a very clear image in his mind of what kind of city he wants to live in, a city that is in love with it’s river. The source of that dream stems from one place – Oregon’s Willamette River. Levenson has been a Portland…

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