- TripBuzz found 306 things to do with kids in or near Canby, Oregon, including 290 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like West Linn, Portland, Oregon City and Hillsboro.
- From Action Acres Inc to Canby Skate Park, the Canby area offers 87 different types of family activities, including: Farms & Ranches, Parks, Movie Theaters and History Museums.
- A short drive from Portland, Canby is a quiet community with numerous historical sites and attractions. Keeping to its agricultural roots, the city features a farmer's market and organized farm tours. It is also home to a Vietnam Memorial and Canby Depot Museum, honoring the oldest railroad building in the state.
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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.
The Childers' Raspberry Farm is a family-run u-pick raspberry farm offering seasonal picking of three varieties of raspberries: Meekers, Cascade Delights and Saanich. Raspberry recipes and tour of a raspberry picking machine are available upon request.
Hiking through Northwest Oregon shouldn't be complete without a visit to the Bagby Hot Springs. The hot spring is famous for its hollowed-out cedar logs which serve as bathtubs to those who want to take a dip after a long hike in the Northwest Forest
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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.
At North Clark Historical Museum, visitors can browse displays filled with historical artifacts like bear traps, Native American baskets, and Victorian clothing. The museum hosts an annual quilt show where members of the community display a range of colorful quilts.
Rather than a simple park, the Talking Water Gardens is actually an engineered treatment wetland to help with water reclamation in the surrounding area. The gardens are still open to the public and offer multiple walking trails and natural attractions.