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Henry Hagg Lake National Park

8 Activites Phone: (503)-846-8715 Distance: 14.68 miles

Henry Hagg Lake was formed by the construction of Scoggins Dam which is a major facility of the Tualatin Project. Scoggins Park/Henry Hagg Lake has many developed facilities for day use. Park is open from sunrise to sunset seven days a week. The facilities open in late April-on the first day of fishing season-and close in late October. Overnight camping not permitted. Available species include...

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Fort Vancouver National Historic Site

Rank: 87 3 Activites Email: Becky_Railey@nps.gov Distance: 14.80 miles

Explore the lands and structures at the center of fur trade and military history in the Pacific Northwest. Learn about the diverse cultures who lived and worked here. Enjoy relaxing trails along the Columbia River and Village. Experience costumed programs, hands-on education activities, engaging living history events, creative media and a world-class archaeology collection. Connect to the past.

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Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge Park

Phone: (503)-590-5811 Email: Kim_Strassburg@fws.gov Distance: 15.35 miles

Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge is located at the northern end of the Willamette Valley near Sherwood, Oregon. The concept of creating the refuge originated from local citizens, cities, and governments, and so, it enjoys strong popular support, stemming from a desire to preserve green space where future generations can take part in outdoor recreation and education. Habitats include rem...

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Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge Park

7 Activites Phone: (360)-887-4106 Email: Yvette_Donovan@fws.gov Distance: 18.67 miles

Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge is located on the shore of the Lower Columbia River, 10 miles downstream from the Portland/Vancouver metropolitan area. This 5,217 acre refuge contains a mosaic of riverine flood plain habitat, intensively managed seasonal and permanent wetlands, and agricultural lands. The refuge contains the historic Cathlapotle townsite, which was visited by the Lewis and...

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Clackamas Wilderness National Park

1 Activites Distance: 20.73 miles

The Clackamas Wilderness now contains a total of 9,470 acres and is managed by the Forest Service. All of the Wilderness is in the state of Oregon. In 2009 the Clackamas Wilderness became part of the now over 109 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for solitude. In an age of "...incre...

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Willamette Falls Locks National Park

3 Activites Phone: (503)-656-3381 Distance: 21.11 miles

Historic Willamette Falls Locks is located on the west bank of the Willamette River in West Linn, OR. Visitors can watch vessels moving up and down the river through the rock-walled locks, spend time in the project?s historical information center or lunch at the picnic tables on the grassy area near the lock office. The historical information center is in the original lock master?s office and in...

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Forest Driving Tour National Park

1 Activites Phone: (541)-756-0100 Email: BLM_OR_CB_Mail@blm.gov Distance: 25.53 miles

You are about to take a 60-mile round-trip journey through 500 years of forest growth; from tiny seedlings to giant-old growth trees.

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Steigerwald Lake National Wildlife Refuge Park

1 Activites Phone: (509)-427-5208 Email: Yvette_Donovan@fws.gov Distance: 31.77 miles

Located on the Columbia River, 10 miles east of Vancouver, Washington, the 996-acre Steigerwald Lake National Wildlife Refuge consists of historic riverine flood plain habitat, semi-permanent wetlands, cottonwood-dominated riparian corridors, pastures, and remnant stands of Oregon white oak. The refuge lies partly within the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, and has been designated as...

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Historic Columbia River Highway National Park

Phone: (541)-308-1700 Distance: 38.62 miles

Travel to magnificent overlooks that provide views of the Columbia River and waterfalls, including Multnomah Falls. Springtime has magnificent wildflower displays, including many endemic plants. The Columbia River formed the last leg of the Lewis and Clark Expedition and was part of the early route of the Oregon Trail.

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Franz Lake National Wildlife Refuge Park

1 Activites Phone: (360)-835-8767 Email: Yvette_Donovan@fws.gov Distance: 39.20 miles

Franz Lake Refuge is located in southwest Washington State, within the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. The refuge provides a variety of habitats including riparian wetlands, transitional woodlands from lower elevation willows, and cottonwoods to mid-elevation old-growth fir and cedar with associated native understory shrubs, open meadows, and numerous streams and seeps. Franz and Ar...

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Pierce National Wildlife Refuge Park

Phone: (360)-835-8767 Email: Yvette_Donovan@fws.gov Distance: 46.31 miles

Pierce Refuge is located in southwest Washington within the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. It encompasses wetlands and uplands along the north shore of the Columbia River west of the town of North Bonneville. Refuge habitats include wetlands, Columbia River riparian corridor blocks, transitional woodlands from willows to cottonwood/ash to white oak to Douglas fir, improved pastures wit...

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Mt. Hood Scenic Byway National Park

Phone: (800)-366-3530 Email: info@hoodriver.org Distance: 49.07 miles

On this byway volcanoes once erupted and mammoth floods scoured deep gorges. Discover geologic wonders, waterfalls, temperate rain forests and wild rivers. Explore pastoral valleys with farm-fresh produce. Experience the formidable last leg of the Oregon Trail, the Barlow Road. Enjoy this bountiful wonderland that the pioneers called "paradise."

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Julia Butler Hansen Refuge For The Columbian White-Tail Deer National Park

6 Activites Phone: (360)-795-3915 Email: Joel_David@fws.gov Distance: 49.19 miles

Located in southwestern Washington, the Julia Butler Hansen Refuge was established in 1972 specifically to protect and manage the endangered Columbian white-tailed deer.The refuge contains over 5,600 acres of pastures, forested tidal swamps, brushy woodlots, marshes, and sloughs along the Columbia River in both Washington and Oregon. The mainland refuge unit, the Hunting Islands, and Price Island ...

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Cape Meares National Wildlife Refuge Park

3 Activites Phone: (541)-867-4550 Email: oregoncoast@fws.gov Distance: 49.43 miles

Cape Meares Refuge is located on a small headland just south of Tillamook Bay on the northern Oregon coast. It is adjacent to the Pacific Ocean and Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint. Designated as a research natural area in 1987, it protects one of the few remaining stands of coastal old growth forest in Oregon. The Sitka spruce and western hemlock forest provides habitat for a diversity of w...

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Bonneville Lock And Dam National Park

11 Activites Phone: (541)-374-8442 Distance: 49.57 miles

Located in the Columbia Gorge National Scenic Area 40 miles east of Portland, Oregon, and Vancouver, Washington, Bonneville Lock and Dam spans the Columbia and links the two states. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers operates and maintains Bonneville Lock and Dam for hydropower production, fish and wildlife protection, recreation and navigation. Since 1938, Bonneville Dam has supplied the region wi...

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Trapper Creek Wilderness National Park

1 Activites Distance: 49.66 miles

The Trapper Creek Wilderness now contains a total of 5,970 acres and is managed by the Forest Service. All of the Wilderness is in the state of Washington. In 1984 the Trapper Creek Wilderness became part of the now over 109 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for solitude. In an age ...

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Emigrant Trail National Park

Phone: (530)-667-2246 Distance: 50.67 miles

The Emigrant Trail is a byway of connections. The route connects several Oregon and California byways with secluded forest roads. Diverse landscapes unfold around every corner, acting as a segue between beautiful landscapes and fun-filled recreation areas. Finally, find connections to the past by finding actual remnants of emigrant trails along the route. Beginning in New Pine Creek, Oregon, the...

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Three Arch Rocks National Wildlife Refuge Park

Phone: (541)-867-4550 Email: oregoncoast@fws.gov Distance: 50.71 miles

Three Arch Rocks Refuge, comprised of three large coastal rocks and six smaller rocks off the northern Oregon coast, was established in 1907 as the first refuge west of the Mississippi River. The refuge is 15 acres in size and is one of the smallest National Wilderness Areas in the nation. The refuge protects the largest common murre colony south of Alaska (greater than 200,000 birds) and the ...

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Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness National Park

1 Activites Distance: 52.12 miles

The Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness now contains a total of 61,340 acres and is managed by the Forest Service. All of the Wilderness is in the state of Oregon. In 1984 the Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness became part of the now over 109 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for solitude. In ...

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Table Rock Wilderness National Park

3 Activites Phone: (503)-375-5646 Email: BLM_OR_SA_Mail@blm.gov Distance: 52.67 miles

The Table Rock Wilderness now contains a total of 5,500 acres and is managed by the Bureau of Land Management. All of the Wilderness is in the state of Oregon. In 1984 the Table Rock Wilderness became part of the now over 109 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for solitude. In an age...

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Lewis And Clark National Wildlife Refuge Park

3 Activites Phone: (360)-795-3915 Email: Joel_David@fws.gov Distance: 52.85 miles

Lewis and Clark Refuge, near the mouth of the Columbia River, provides wintering and resting areas for an estimated 1,000 tundra swans, 5,000 geese, and 30,000 ducks. Other species include shorebirds and bald eagles. Estuary waters provide vital food resources for juvenile salmon as they pause to become acclimated to salt water before entering the Pacific Ocean. Bald eagles are present year-ro...

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Mark O. Hatfield Wilderness National Park

1 Activites Distance: 53.29 miles

The Mark O. Hatfield Wilderness now contains a total of 64,960 acres and is managed by the Forest Service. All of the Wilderness is in the state of Oregon. In 1984 the Mark O. Hatfield Wilderness became part of the now over 109 million acre National Wilderness Preservation System. In wilderness, you can enjoy challenging recreational activities and extraordinary opportunities for solitude. In an a...

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Willapa National Wildlife Refuge Park

6 Activites Phone: (360)-484-3482 Email: charlie_stenvall@fws.gov Distance: 53.64 miles

Willapa National Wildlife Refuge is located on the shores of Willapa Bay near the Pacific Ocean. The bay is one of the most pristine estuaries in the United States. From the protected bay, Chum, Chinook, and Coho salmon move to refuge streams to spawn. The bay's shallow water and mud flats support vast beds of eelgrass and shellfish, providing spawning habitat for fish. During spring migration...

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Ankeny National Wildlife Refuge Park

Phone: (503)-588-2701 Email: willamettevalleyrefuges@fws.gov Distance: 55.85 miles

Oregon's Willamette Valley was once a rich mix of wildlife habitats. Valley wetlands were once extensive, with meandering stream channels and vast seasonal marshes. Today, the valley is a mix of farmland and growing cities, with few areas remaining for wildlife. Ankeny Refuge was created to provide vital wintering habitat for Dusky Canada Geese. Unlike most other Canada geese, Duskies have lim...

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Spirit Lake Memorial Highway National Park

Distance: 56.14 miles

Spirit Lake Memorial Highway takes travelers through land shattered by Mount St. Helens’ eruption in 1980. Because the valley floor is now so unstable, the highway is cut into the tops of the hillside and offers sweeping views of the surrounding area. The highway concludes after 54 miles at Mount St. Helens National Monument with the dramatic spectacle of Mount St. Helens gaping crater. Evo...

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