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Open year round, Scappoose Bay Kayaking is our on-water location; a quick 25 mile drive on scenic highway 30. A beautiful and safe flat-water inlet awaits your arrival, full of channels, creeks, wildlife and flooded forests to explore. Call and make a reservation for a guided tour with one of our ACA certified instructors, or book a daily rental to explore the bay at your own pace. Private, custom tours for large groups provide a perfect team building exercise or family outing. We offer a full service experience so let us host you at the bay, and we’ll have your kayaks waiting for you in the water.

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