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

TRIP IDEAS
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...
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Blacksmithing at Philip Foster Farm in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory
National Trails & Wild and Scenic Rivers Acts 50th Anniversaries
As if 50th Anniversaries aren't special enough, 2018 brings with it two 50th Anniversaries of wildly important environmental protections. One being the passage of the National Trails Act and the...
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Arching wooden footbridge with Salmon River flowing beneath amid forest greenery at Wildwood Recreation Site near Welches
175th Anniversary of the Oregon Trail
Growing up in Oregon we learned at a young age about the importance of our home State in our nation's history. In particular, a town just outside of Portland named Oregon City since it is home to the...
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Close-up of wooden wagon wheels at Oregon City's End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center in Oregon's Mount Hood Territory
Take to the new Heritage Trail
There's a lot of history here in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory. We're the end of the Oregon Trail, we had the first newspaper west of the Rockies, first long-distance transmission of electricity, not t...
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Historic Stevens-Crawford House in Oregon City with Mt. Hood Territory Heritage Trail signage for phone app tour.
Angling for adventure in Mt. Hood Territory
Mt. Hood Territory is home to 20 of Oregon’s top 50 places to fish within a 60-minute drive from Portland. Lakes, rivers and streams team with salmon, steelhead, trout and small mouth bass. Nov...
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Fisherman stadning in boat in river holds up his salmon catch.
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 a...
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Disc golf hole among tall fir trees at one of the disc golf courses in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory
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