Sandy River Revenue Bridge to Dodge Park

Sandy, Oregon

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This is a great run for boaters making the transition form beginner to intermediate. The run starts at Revenue Bridge with a crawl down the hill to the river. The upper part of the run is class 2 with many small rapids. The ride picks up where a long slide area is visible on the left. Below here drops are steeper, more frequent, and sometimes rocky. This is a pretty run, but a little more open and populated than the next runs.

Sandy River: Revenue Bridge to Dodge Park Professional Review and Guide

"This is a great run for boaters making the transition form beginner to intermediate. The run starts at Revenue Bridge with a crawl down the hill to the river. The upper part of the run is class 2 with many small rapids.

The ride picks up where a long slide area is visible on the left. Below here drops are steeper, more frequent, and sometimes rocky. This is a pretty run, but a little more open and populated than the next runs."

Activity Type: Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing
Nearby City: Sandy
Distance: 5
Class: Class II-III
Season: Best in rainy/snowmelt season; Flow: 1200–4000 cfs
Driving Directions: Directions to Sandy River: Revenue Bridge to Dodge Park

Recent Trail Reviews

5/4/2009
1

Good technical II+ ,III- run, had to stop and scout out a couple lines. Few big strainers in the water, fairly easy to see. Good high water run, lots of water foul, and a couple bald eagles, not much down time to enjoy the wildlife though. Water level at about 3700. Put in is at a construction site with one way traffic so be ready to go, not much parking around the area.



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May 2018