- TripBuzz found 56 things to do with kids in or near Cascade Locks, Oregon, including 46 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Corbett, Hood River, Welches and Troutdale.
- From Always Catchin' Fishing Charters, LLC to Bonneville Dam Fish Hatchery, the Cascade Locks area offers 80 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Fishing, Bike Paths and History Museums.
- Cascade Locks was built directly next to the Columbia River. The closeness to this large waterway means that most recreation in the area revolves around the river and water-based fun. A wide range of beautiful natural scenery is also offered both in and around the town which attracts many hikers who which to access the Pacific Crest Trail.
The Vietnam Era Veterans Memorial is a location dedicated to honor and memorialize all veterans who served during the Vietnam War. The memorial features a Huey helicopter as a sign of bravery and an inscription reading Believe in Peace.
With Phillz Guide Service, the traveler can learn to fish or simply enjoy fishing with a guide that has been doing this for more than 13 years. Sturgeon, salmon, and steelhead are some of the fish to be caught using his services.
With over 40-acres of blooming fields of Dahlias, the Swan Island Dahlias is definitely a must visit—even men love the vibrant colors! The blooming flowers vary in their diameter from mere four-inch blooms to as huge as over 10-inches.
Guests can have a splashing good time in the 50 meter pool at the Tualatin Aquatic Center. Recreational swimming, lessons and camps, water aerobics, diving, lifeguard training, and more are available at the facility.
The Molalla River State Park is a veritable circus of amphibians, reptiles, small mammals, wading birds and waterfowls. People can enjoy wildlife viewing, boating, fishing, picnicking, checking out the blue heron rookery and hiking here.
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31803 S Shady Dell Drive, Molalla, OR 97038 MoreLess Info
Train enthusiasts will enjoy spending an afternoon at the Shady Dell Pacific Railroad. Founded in 1954, the park features 4,200 feet of track and a small train that provides rides around the park and picnic areas to adults and children.