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Annie Austin | 02/09/2022 | Featured on Homepage

How to Experience Spring Break In Mt. Hood Territory

Know Now COVID-19

Spring break is upon us. It's time to get outside and enjoy a staycation. Below are partners of ours offering spring break opportunities that you can enjoy responsibly. Please make sure to check their websites, so you can know before you go to avoid an "oops" like not purchasing tickets in advance. Have fun and stay healthy!

Want to know what else is open in Mt. Hood Territory? Visit our Know Now page offering current activities and openings.

1. Spring at Mt. Hood Skibowl

Snow in the spring keeps Skibowl as a top attraction even though "winter" is over. When the snow keeps falling, the runs keep open!

If skiing isn't your thing but you'd still like to get out and have some snow time, then try Cosmic Tubing where you slide down their epic hill beneath a dazzling laser light show and killer tunes over head. 

See what they are doing abide by health guidelines and protect guests in this video, Ride Safely, and read what they want you to know before going.

2. Midweek at Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival

Did you know that Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival is an all-days event? There is plenty to see and do Mon-Fri! Daily activities range from Tulip Tour Trains for the entire family to a socially distanced kids play area to Wooden Shoe Vineyards tasting room treats for the adults. Their complete list of daily activities will no doubt offer lasting memories. Note: Many activities are COVID-19 dependent.

Keep in mind that timed advanced online ticket purchases are required. No tickets will be available at the gate.

Related Content: Tulip Festival Signals Spring

3. Take a Hike Away from the Crowds

More than ever, people are hitting walking and hiking trails to get some fresh air and escape cabin fever. And that means that some trails in Mt. Hood Territory are even more packed than ever. But not where you're going, because we have plenty of lesser traveled and wide open trails throughout our destination, especially in spots close to many of our urban areas. Check out our Trails Guide to make your staycation plans now. Note: Please make sure to read noticed at the top of our Trails Guide page to find out which trails may be currently impacted by wildfire or storm damage.

Related Content: 12 Diverse Trails in Mt. Hood Territory

4. Meet Cowlebrities at TMK Creamery

TMK Creamery in Canby is not just a creamery (although the are a silver metal winner of the World Cheese Awards!).They are also a gathering place (at a safe distance and in small groups) for families to bond over ice cream, farmstead cheeses and, of course, the cows, aka Cowlebrities! Their farm includes a tasting room looking into the creamery and even a kids library. And parents, they also have the only vodka in the US made with milk from the cows they love so much. They are open Fri-Sun.

Related Content: Inside TMK Creamery Video Note: Video was created before COVID-19.

5. $35 for Unlimited Fun at Bullwinkle's

Bullwinkle's in Wilsonville is known for its many family friendly activities, from miniature golf to ziplines. And so much of the fun they have to offer is outside. Bounce around on the bumper boats, catch and eagle-eye view from the Sky Trail and race around the Go Kart track. 

And make a day of it in Wilsonville. They have five tips for the best and most fun ways to recreate responsibly while exploring Wilsonville on spring break.

6. Public Tour at Triskelee Farm

Tired of being stuck inside? Want to see some baby farm animals? Join one of Triskelee Farm's public farm tours and see lambs and piglets! (expecting births anytime now).

They are offering public group tours by appointment only. (Click the Email to Purchase Your Tickets button on the page.) The tours are all outside, easy to practice social distancing with limited touchpoints. Farm tours include feeding goats, alpacas and ostriches and meeting many more animals along the way. You can add a horse ride for after the tour for riders three years and older.

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