- The list below includes 214 free or cheap things to do in or near Molalla, Oregon, including 85 different types of inexpensive activities like Farms & Ranches, Parks, Bowling and Playgrounds.
- From Molalla Train Park to Molalla River Corridor, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Molalla and in nearby cities within 25 miles like West Linn, Oregon City, Lake Oswego and Sherwood.
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70543 NE Herman Loop, Cascade Locks, OR 97014 MoreLess Info
Constructed in 1909, the Bonneville Dam Fish Hatchery is a location where visitors can observe a large variety of fish species. Visitors commonly enjoy feeding the many fish varieties that live there.
Drivers and hikers can enjoy a scenic 82-mile route along the McKenzie Pass-Santiam Pass Loop. Starting in Sisters, Oregon, follow the 1860s wagon path to 5,325 foot McKenzie Pass, then on past the Dee Wight Observatory before arriving at the Willamette National Forest and following the McKenzie River to Santia…
Providing membership for exclusive private property fishing, the Oregon Fishing Club is ideal for adventurists who like quality camping on clean and secluded property and exclusive fishing in 20 private lakes and ponds.
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5432 Pacific Boulevard SW, Albany, OR 97321 MoreLess Info
The Cosmic Lounge/Lakeshore Lanes is a combination bar within a bowling alley. The site also offers live entertainment in the lounge on select nights in addition to an on-site miniature golf course.
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NE Eagle Creek Ln, Cascade Locks, OR 97014 MoreLess Info
Eagle Creek Overlook Campground Group Site is a camping ground and site for group events. The facility includes a covered picnic shelter, picnic tables, campfire rings, and accessible vault toilets and accommodates 90 people and about 40 cars, including trailers.
Owned and operated by the Oregon State University, Peavy Arboretum is a local horticultural destination containing a large variety of plant species coupled with historic Native American sites, the Oregon State Forest Nursery and more.
A cantilevered 14-foot high bridge, the Bridge of the Gods towers above the Columbia River. Legend and folk tales wrote about a land bridge in the area guarded by spirits, where the modern bridge now stands.