- TripBuzz found 34 things to do with kids in or near Hood River, Oregon, including 19 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Cascade Locks and The Dalles.
- From Horsetail Falls- Columbia River Gorge to Northwest Rafting Company, the Hood River area offers 41 different types of family activities, including: Farms & Ranches, Parks, River and Hiking Trails.
- Known for its production of apples, pears and cherries, the city of Hook River is a strong agricultural community located on the Columbia River. Aside from its fruit and wine production the city also has a thriving tourist and sports community. The city plays host to the annual Gorge Games that airs on Fox Sports, as well as the Hood River Valley Blossom Festival and Hood River Valley Harvest Fest.
Situated east of the Sandy River, Sandy River Delta Park is a heavily wooded area on 1,400 acres featuring trails and wildlife. The park can be used hiking, biking, horseback riding, dog walking and hunting.
Featuring reclining seats, the Sandy Cinema offers moviegoers the chance to watch first-run movies in DEP Digital Production and Dolby Surround Sound. The theater also hosts Xbox parties, during which guests can play their favorite games on a movie screen.
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473 E Historic Columbia River Highway, Troutdale, OR 97060 MoreLess Info
Embracing its mission to gather, record, preserve, and increase awareness of local history, the Troutdale Historical Society hosts monthly programs focusing on various historical events. The society also hosts a number of special events.
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336 East Historic Columbia River Hwy, Troutdale, OR 97060 MoreLess Info
Featuring rentals, River Trails Canoe & Raft Rentals provide expedition rafts with dry bags, patch kits, coolers, oars, and other amenities. The staff provides recommendations on the best rivers to raft in the area.
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on I-84, 16mi E of PDX, take Lewis & Clark exit of I-84 E, Troutdale, OR 97060 MoreLess Info
Located along the Sandy River, Lewis & Clark State Recreation Site was a camping site of the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1805. The site can be used for boating, swimming, fishing, hiking, picnicking and rock climbing.
Surrounded on all sides by residential development, Sunrise Park offers a clear view of Mount Hood and the bluff above Sandy River. This natural area features a pond, a ½ mile trail/jogging path and a variety of wildlife.
Top Flyte Gymnastics Center is a gymnastics training facility offering several gymnastics programs for children. Top Flyte also maintains recreational and competitive gymnastics teams and offers open gym sessions and cheerleading instruction.
North Oregon Guide Service offers guided fishing and crabbing trips on two different rivers as well as the Pacific Northwest coast. They provide all bait and equipment and can sell fishing licenses if needed.