Sandy River Oxbow Park to Lewis and Clark State Park

Dabney State Park, Oregon

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The Sandy River from Oxbow Park to Lewis and Clark State Park is popular with beginning kayakers, family rafters, sports fishers, and others looking for a scenic float close to Portland. Some small rapids are sprinkled throughout this section, and plenty of eddy lines are available for practicing boating skills. Opportunities abound to view wildlife, including osprey, bald eagle, great blue heron, and various species of waterfowl. The gentleness of the river and the beautiful scenery beckon many boaters to the river.

Sandy River: Oxbow Park to Lewis and Clark State Park Professional Review and Guide

"The Sandy River from Oxbow Park to Lewis and Clark State Park is popular with beginning kayakers, family rafters, sports fishers, and others looking for a scenic float close to Portland. Some small rapids are sprinkled throughout this section, and plenty of eddy lines are available for practicing boating skills.

Opportunities abound to view wildlife, including osprey, bald eagle, great blue heron, and various species of waterfowl. The gentleness of the river and the beautiful scenery beckon many boaters to the river."

Activity Type: Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Dabney State Park
Distance: 7.5
Class: Class I
Season: Best year-round; Flow: 700+ cfs
Driving Directions: Directions to Sandy River: Oxbow Park to Lewis and Clark State Park

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May 2018