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Collage of Estacada's downtown, rafting, and swimming

ESTACADA

Being located along the Wild and Scenic Clackamas River and near the Mt. Hood National Forest, you could say that the outdoor lifestyle is in Estacada, Oregon's nature. Their connection with the environment and their heritage is evident in the numerous murals painted throughout the community, and even in the local businesses. From craft beer brewed from the "magical waters of the Clackamas River" to whitewater rafting, road cycling along the Cascading Rivers Scenic Bikeway and mushroom festivals, you'll find the fun and quirky here. 

City of Estacada

City of Estacada 
Economic Development Manager
503-630-8270 x 206

Estacada Chamber of Commerce

Estacada Chamber of Commerce 
475 SE Main St, Estacada 97023
503-630-3483

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Angling For Adventure In Mt. Hood Territory
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Fisherman stadning in boat in river holds up his salmon catch.
Upper Clackamas Whitewater Festival
The mighty Clackamas River runs deep this time of year fueled by spring rains and early snow melt, tantalizing thrill-seekers with its whitewater rapids. A gathering of enthusiasts who live to conquer...
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Whitewater Festival on the Upper Clackamas River
The Arts Draw Visitors To Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory
While outdoor recreation is a huge draw for Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory, many people come here to take in the cultural tourism assets that make The Territory such a unique destination. The story of O...
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Metal waterfall sculptures along Willamette River walkway on McLoughlin Boulevard in Oregon City with Arch Bridge in distance
Estacada's Artback Murals Let Visitors Explore The Heritage Of A Community
The city of Estacada is a historic town, having been incorporated way back in 1905. It was around even before that, as workers building the hydroelectric dam on the nearby Clackamas River camped here....
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The colorful Tree of Life mural painted on one of Estacada's downtown building walls features exotic birds and animals.
The Unexpected Golfer's Guide To Mt. Hood Territory
Did you know there is more to golfing than traditional golfing? Wait, what? That's right. In Mt. Hood Territory you have the option to go the traditional golfing route and tee off at one of our amazin...
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Disc golf hole among tall fir trees at one of the disc golf courses in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory
Modern Pioneers: Elaine Butler And Philip Foster Farm
Imagine you've been walking for months to get to your new home in Oregon. You've traversed hot, dusty plains, crossed rushing rivers and made your way over steep mountains, all while sleeping on the h...
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Blacksmithing at Philip Foster Farm in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory
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