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

Molalla, Oregon, is just as much fun to visit as it is to say. The community itself hosts a rodeo that has more than a century of history to its name: The Molalla Buckeroo. The town is also near the Molalla River Recreation Corridor, a hidden gem with excellent camping, hiking and biking opportunities with far fewer people that other, more well-known areas. To really get a way, visit the Table Rock Wilderness, also near Molalla, and take in the expansive views. 

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
A Day In Molalla: New Brewery And Locally Made Goodies
When we heard that Molalla River Brewing Company (MRBC) recently opened in — you guessed it — Molalla, we raced there as soon as we could. And since we also love local coffee shops, restaurants an...
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3 Reasons Why Skydive Oregon Offers Amazing Tandem Jumps
Adrenaline lovers, thrill seekers, lend us 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. And...
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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 pay at Whol...
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Cupped hands holding freshly picked blueberries
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 Or...
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Gallery Without Walls artwork in Lake Oswego
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 Enthu...
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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.
Alpacas, Miniature Donkeys and Goats, 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
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