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Instructional Kayaking Tours!!
(No Experience Necessary)

Gather your friends, family or co-workers and kayak the beautiful waters of Tillamook County. We offer historic waterway or nature tours of Tillamook’s bays, rivers, estuaries, lakes and sloughs. To request a private tour for your group call (503) 842-8222, ext. 157 or jump aboard a pre-scheduled tour year-round.

Guided Educational Walks, Hikes and Van Tours!!
Our calendar listings of educational activities change 4 times a year with the seasons to keep you coming back! Learn about native plants, wildlife, geology, forests and more from our ‘seasoned’ professionals. Great activities for the entire family.

Hoquarton Slough Kayak Tour
The Hoquarton Slough is a quickly growing tourist attraction, rich with history. Flowing right through Tillamook City’s downtown, the Hoquarton was once this area’s major means of transporting commercial goods. Travel this wooded and scenic waterway while learning about its incredible history and the inspiring story of residents creating a pedestrian walkway along its banks.

Register For Pre-scheduled Tours (503) 842-8222, ext. 120

Location: Tillamook Oregon



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05/19 Coming to The Tillamook area
Water Music Festival Seaview WA April1 The Water Music Festival is an all-volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to bringing quality chamber music to the Lower Columbia River Region.
Astoria-Warrenton Crab and Seafood Festival Warrenton OR April26 Crab and seafood as well as entertainment. Listen to the Astoria HS Jazz Band on Sunday.
Mt. Pisgah Arboretum Wildflower and Music Festival Eugene OR May19 A day of wildflowers, music, food, crafts, and microscopes!
Rhododendron Days Florence OR May17-19 The annual celebration of the blooming of rhododendrons along the central Oregon Coast.