- Our list of the best things to do in Molalla, Oregon, features the top 327 nearby activities — including 141 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Molalla, OR has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Food & Drink, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 20 things to do within the city of Molalla, OR , followed by 307 popular activities in nearby cities, including West Linn, Newberg, Oregon City, Dundee, Sherwood, Lake Oswego, Wilsonville, Canby, Tualatin, Tigard, Dayton, Aurora, Sandy, Beaverton, Estacada, Milwaukie, Salem, Keizer, Portland, Gresham, Welches and Boring
A nonprofit symphony composed of all local musicians, the Hillsboro Symphony Orchestra performs a wide variety of different musical programs year-round. They also feature a 'symphony showcase,' or short performance and question and answer session with individual musicians.
An outfitter and fishing guide service, Anderson's Outdoors leads river trips and fishing trips along Oregon's interior rivers. Visitors can fish for salmon or steelhead, and the tours are suitable for veteran fishermen or for newcomers.
100% 4 votes
Columbia River Gorge, Corbett, OR 97019 MoreLess Info
Lewis & Clark State Recreation Site is a park named for the famous pair of explorers. It has many hiking trails, picnic areas, and is near two rivers, which allow swimming, boating and fishing.
The English Estate Winery is a 20 acre farm that produces a variety of wines such as Pinot noir and Cabernet Sauvignon. They host tasting sessions year round and have catering and live music every Friday evening.
This 40 foot wide, earthen landscaped foot bridge crosses over SR14 and reconnects Vancouver's Columbia River waterfront with historic Fort Vancouver. On one side is modern civilization on the other the oldest apple tree known to the area.
The Rooster Rocks State Park is an activity filled entertainment park where you can enjoy your Spring and Summer fun to the hilt. It offers boating, wind surfing, swimming, picnicking, hiking and even fishing activities.
Larch Mountain is one of Oregon's extinct volcanoes and premier hiking locations. The mountain features exciting hiking trails that lead up to the volcano's caldera and alongside bubbling creeks, lending breathtaking views of the surrounding area.
33% 76 votes
Connects Portland and Vancouver via Interstate 5, Vancouver, WA 98660 MoreLess Info
Known as Interstate Bridge, this construction is actually part of Interstate-5 and connects Portland, Oregon with Vancouver, Washington. There are actually two structures that compose the bridge with one carrying traffic north while the other goes south.
As one of the last spruce mill era hangars still standing, this museum provides a look at the 'Golden Age of Aviation'. It has been adapted to accommodate private parties of up to 300 guests and is located on the grounds of the Fort Vancouver National historic Site.