Rodeo cowboy hangs on for dear life riding a bucking horse with its back feet high in the air in the saddle bronc compeitition

Molalla's residents and visitors enjoy country living and a charming downtown as well as easy access to urban amenities. The community is a recreation mecca attracting thousands to the Wild and Scenic Molalla River Recreation Corridor to camp, picnic, hike, swim and bike. In Molalla, western traditions live on in the annual Buckeroo Rodeo and other events. Like Adventure? You'll love Molalla! Just 30 miles from Portland.

Molalla Area Chamber of Commerce
107 E Main St, Molalla 97038
503-829-6941
City of Molalla
117 N Molalla Ave, Molalla 97038
503-829-6855
TRIP IDEAS
Farmers' markets offer a taste of Oregon's Bounty
There's something special about food purchased from a Farmers' Market. You'll never find something quite so fresh, and you can all but taste the passion from the local farmer who nurtured...
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Shoppers wander umbrella and canopy covered booths of flowers and produce as farmer's market lamp post banners hang above.
Alpacas, Miniature Donkeys and Elk, Oh My!
Animals. They seem to be everywhere now, and whether you’re petting an adorable miniature donkey while shopping for garden art, or practicing yoga next to an alpaca on a farm, humans seem to contin...
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Close-up sideview of two curly brown headed alpaca faces nuzzling noses or kissing
Live It Up in Mt. Hood Territory
Liking your adventure with a side of culture is totally understandable in Mt. Hood Territory because we have it all, in spades. From cycling to snow activities to unique cultural experiences you can...
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family on bicycle in Mt. Hood Territory
Adventuring with Friends in Mt. Hood Territory
Grab your friends and paddle, yoga or hike your way through Mt. Hood Territory while still leaving time for some delicious craft beverages. So that takes it from a trifecta to a superfecta, right? Wh...
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Six helmeted whitewater rafters and their guide lift their paddles as their blue raft floats through the river's ripples.
Tulip Or Not Tulip, That Is The Question
2018 Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival Dates: March 23 - May 6 If tulip is the question, then the annual Wooden Shoe Tulip Fest in Woodburn, Oregon is the answer. Gather your friends and family and grab your...
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Close-up circular photo of pink, yellow and red tulips at Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm in Woodburn.
Bring your friends to Mt. Hood Territory
Day 1 Head up to Mt. Hood early with your group to grab the first treats of the day at Joe's Donuts in Sandy. It's the perfect quick pit stop to get your sweet fix and be back on your way up...
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Female doing a yoga pose in the pasture with alpacas at Alpacas at Marquam Hill Ranch in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory
Flowers and Farm Animals in Wine Country
2018 Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival Dates: March 23 - April 29 Mt. Hood Territory has some of the best farm experiences around if you ask me. Being as it was just down the road from my grandparents'...
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Multicolored hot air balloon floats above a field of thousands of yellow daffodils and rows of red and white tulips
Resolving to put yourself first this year in Mt. Hood Territory
New Year's resolutions are a great way of setting a goal for positive change. Getting healthier by making smarter choices with what you eat, drink and your activity level is an incredibly popular res...
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Woman in yoga attire leads a fluffy headed brown alpaca in a pasture to the alpaca yoga class in Oregon's Mt. 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.
The Mighty Elk
Elks, or Cervus Canadensis for you science geeks out there, are one of the largest species of deer in the world and are mostly native to North America and Eastern Asia. And although they can weigh up...
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Rocky Mountain bull elk with a magnificent rack of antlers lying down in the pasture at Rosse Posse Acres Elk Ranch
Saddle Up Your Horses in Oregon's Mt Hood Territory
Saddle up for some incredible horseback riding at farms, along trails or in the wilderness in Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory. With horse trails in Table Rock Wilderness, Mt. Hood National Forest, Mola...
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Two young women enjoy a horseback ride on a clear summer day with spectacular views of Mt. Hood.
Camping in Mt Hood Territory: it's in tents
Warm days and cool nights, sounds like perfect camping weather to us.  Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory boasts 47 different campsites with a wide range of options. If you're into really roughing it,...
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Tent pitched near tral around lake with forested hillside reflecting back onto the lake.
Oregon's wine country named best in world
Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory is a diverse landscape, ranging from stately Mt. Hood itself and includes part of Oregon Wine County. And according to Wine Enthusiast Magazine, the Willamette Valley is...
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Two rows of vineyard grapevines cast shadows on the long stretch of dirt pathway between them.
3 Reasons Why Skydive Oregon Offers Amazing Tandem Jumps
Adrenaline lovers, thrill seekers, lend me your ears. If you haven’t jumped out of a plane, or even if you have, a tandem jump with Skydive Oregon in Molalla needs to be on your “must” list. An...
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Female skydiver gives the thumbs up sign with her male instructor above her in a tandem jmp high above the Willamette Valley
U-Pick: Get to the Source
Confession, I love hummus. On Wednesday’s in East Portland, I would go to King’s Harvest and get 2-for-1 hummus and would stock up for the week. Total cost? About 1/4 of what you would pa...
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Cupped hands holding freshly picked blueberries
Out in the Garden Nursery - rare plants and fun animals in Molalla
What do you get when you cross rare ornamental plants with friendly goats? No, it's not the worst lead in for a joke ever, but the premise behind Out in the Garden Nursery in the country town of Mola...
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Manicured lawn walkway through show flower garden at Out in the Garden Nursery with inviting table to have a picnic lunch.
Alpaca the yoga mat, you packa the fun
Move over goat yoga, there is a new animal practice in town and it is snugglier than you can possibly imagine. Did I mention that it includes post-downward dog wine tasting? Because when in Wine Enth...
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Close-up of two curious alpacas, one tan and one reddish brown, who have been sheared except for their fluffy heads.
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
Explore our 7 Wonderful Trails
You've heard about the 7 Great Wonders of the World and the 7 Wonders of Oregon, but are you familiar with Mt. Hood Territory's 7 wonderful trails? From biking routes and water ways, to heritage trai...
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Couple with daypacks walk across footbridge covered with leaves to begin a hike in the Molalla River Recreation Corridor.
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