Best Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing in Oregon

This list represents the most popular flatwater kayaking & canoeing in Oregon. Use this list to plan your next Oregon flatwater kayaking & canoeing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

The banks along the channels and lakes here are muddy. Low areas form large spans of cracked ...
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 ...
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 Pudding River is a long, slow, meandering river with no rapids. It flows through open ...
This section of the Columbia Slough stretches from Northeast 143rd to Northeast 18th Avenues, ...
It is difficult to believe that large steamboats once cruised the lazy waters of the Yamhill ...
The Willamette River undergoes dramatic changes as it passes through the city of Portland. ...
Most Oregonians associate Albany with the view they get as they roar past on the freeway. ...
The river is best suited to sea kayaks and canoes. It slowly meanders from Eddyville to ...
This is a straightforward section of the Willamette, but one filled with history and wildlife. ...
Timothy Lake Trail is a hiking trail in Clackamas County, Oregon. It is within Mount Hood ...
The Siletz River is a long, undulating coastal stream that drains much of northern Lincoln ...
The 12-mile paddle from Salem to Wheatland is a particularly pleasant trip. It offers ...
The Columbia Slough is a narrow backwater channel that runs parallel to the Columbia River ...
Multnomah Channel forms the western shore of Sauvie Island, which sits in the mouth of ...
Start the trip at the mouth of the Tualatin River at Willamette Park at the foot of 12th ...
Puget Island has it all: grand vistas, open waters, sandy beaches, backwater sloughs, ...
In 1991, the Oregon Historical Society created the Columbia River Heritage Canoe Trail, ...
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