Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Oregon
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Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Oregon

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Oregon has 67 flatwater kayaking & canoeing trails. These trails range from 0 to 180 miles in length. The most popular trails are Little Deschutes River, Sparks Lake and Scott Lake. Trails.com member Melinda recently completed Willamette River: Canby to West Linn.
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Timothy Lake Trail is a hiking trail in Clackamas County, Oregon. It is within Mount Hood ...
It is difficult to believe that large steamboats once cruised the lazy waters of the Yamhill ...
Sparks Lake is simply one of the best paddling lakes in Oregon. Situated at the feet of ...
Hosmer Lake is a special place. Lying at nearly 5000 feet near the Cascades Lake Highway ...
The Columbia Slough is a narrow backwater channel that runs parallel to the Columbia River ...
This section of the Columbia Slough stretches from Northeast 143rd to Northeast 18th Avenues, ...
This trip covers the 11-mile section of the Tualatin River from Schamberg Bridge near ...
The 7-mile stretch of the Willamette between the mouths of the Molalla and Tualatin Rivers ...
The Little Deschutes is a gentle, heavily meandered river that joins the main Deschutes ...
The Willamette River is the longest free-flowing river that lies entirely within the state ...
The paddle from Lake Oswego’s George Rogers Park to Portland’s Willamette Park is short ...
The banks along the channels and lakes here are muddy. Low areas form large spans of cracked ...
The Willamette River undergoes dramatic changes as it passes through the city of Portland. ...
Lost Lake is well known. Chances are, you have been picnicking or camping there before. ...
Most of the lowest portions of the Tualatin River are rocky and rough, in contrast to ...
The Pudding River has its origins in the foothills east of Salem, but it flows north to ...
The Santiam River is not a typical Willamette River tributary. Unlike the motionless waters ...
Boating on the South Santiam is usually associated with the whitewater sections of the ...
The Calapooia River is a small tributary of the Willamette, originating on the western ...
Swan Island has always played an important role in the development of Portland. In the ...
Start the trip at the mouth of the Tualatin River at Willamette Park at the foot of 12th ...
Ross Island Bridge is a hiking and biking trail in Portland, Oregon. It is 0.7 miles long ...
This is a straightforward section of the Willamette, but one filled with history and wildlife. ...
This 11-mile section of the Willamette curves around the northwest corner of French Prairie, ...
The Willamette River from Wheatland to St. Paul provides one of the area’s most popular ...
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