- TripBuzz found 212 things to do with kids in or near Molalla, Oregon, including 196 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like West Linn, Oregon City, Wilsonville and Lake Oswego.
- From Shady Dell Pacific Railroad to Splat Action, the Molalla area offers 86 different types of family activities, including: Farms & Ranches, Parks, Bowling and Playgrounds.
- Named for the nearby Molalla River, the city of Molalla is steeped in rick Native American history. Mount Hood National Forest is nearby, offering travelers natural beauty and outdoor adventure. The city also sees a rise in tourism during its annual Molalla Buckeroo Rodeo, Brew Fest, Fishing Derby and Apple Festival.
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.
96% 57 votes
Moody Road, Mt Hood National Forest, Cascade Locks, OR 97014 MoreLess Info
Eagle Creek Trail is a forest recreational area with many activities to do such as hiking, camping, fishing, bicycling, horse riding, nature viewing, picnicking, scenic driving, outdoor learning, and water activities. This is the place if you enjoy time outdoors alone or in a group.
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1 NW Portage Road, Cascade Locks, OR 97014 MoreLess Info
Cascade Locks Historical Museum is a historic house in Cascade Locks Marine Park that features photographs and artifacts on the history of the Columbia River Gorge. The Oregon Pony Locomotive is also on display at the museum.
92% 25 votes
200 River View Drive, Cascade Locks, OR 97014 MoreLess Info
Always Catchin' Fishing Charters LLC specializes in salmon and sturgeon fishing in the rivers of Oregon. The guided fishing tours run from spring until fall in the Willamette, Columbia and John Day rivers.
94% 36 votes
Sulphur Springs Road, Corvallis, OR MoreLess Info
OSU McDonald-Dunn Research Forest is used as a research site for OSU students and comprises of four different forest management themes, multiple mountain biking loops, nature trails and offers many non-motorized recreational activities.
Featuring a mix of indoor and outdoor exhibits, Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center displays regional artifacts from prehistory up until present day. The museum also features agricultural equipment and an outdoor train engine.