Welcome to the Clackamas County tourism community! You're joining hundreds of local business owners who together make Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory a vibrant destination.
If you have not yet signed your business up for a free listing through Mt. Hood Territory, you can fill out the free listing form.
New business who sign up for a free business listing with Mt. Hood Territory will be entered into a monthly drawing for a gift certificate to experience the offerings of one of our volunteer Business Ambassador Partners. Each month, one winner will get to select from the list below. This includes an e-introduction to the Ambassador business owner as well as the chance to visit firsthand and see the unique experiences these creative businesses have crafted. We hope that this provides a chance for you to learn about tourism in Clackamas County and be inspired by your fellow tourism community business partners!
If you have been selected as our monthly winner, please browse the experiences below and choose which you would like to explore. Email your choice to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will get your free admission passes to you and put you in touch with the ambassador business.
About Triskelee Farm: Our name Triskelee is derived from the ancient Celtic symbol Triskele meaning things of three. Such as past, present, and future. For us it represents the three generations of our family that all came together to live and farm together in 2018. We had no farming experience when we started this journey we just knew we wanted our children to be close to their extended family and have an outdoor environment to grow up in. Along with not having farming experience we didn’t have marketing experience. Learning how to reach customers and grow our business while growing our farm has been fun and challenging. We are happy to share what has worked and not worked for us over the years.
Experience: Guided farm tour for up to 6 people, plus a $50 gift card. Our tour is a guided educational farm tour that tkes you up close and personal with our lovely farm animals. We are a working farm that grows veggies and raises animals for eggs, milk, fiber and meat. We have alpacas, goats, ostriches, peacocks, pigs, horses and more! You'll even get a chance to feed some.
About End of the Oregon Trail: The End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center is a hands-on interpretive center that tells the stories of Oregon's First People, the Oregon Trail, and early pioneer life in Oregon's first city. Clackamas Heritage Partners' mission is to “preserve the heritage, educate the public and interpret the history of the Oregon Trail, Clackamas County and Oregon City the western terminus of the Oregon Trail.” Providing unique enriched programs, diverse and authentic stories of history impacted by the Westward Migration ending at “The End of the Oregon Trail” influencing the development of the Oregon territory.
Experience: End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive and Visitor Information Center would like to invite you to visit all year with the annual pass, starting when we reopen. We hope to reopen in the spring of 2022. Annual pass holders can choose from two program choices for each visit, the interpretive center programs and movies or the Overland Tour. Passes also give a 10% discount in our Country Store gift shop and free or reduced admission into a variety of partner organizations in the Clackamas County Heritage Council. Choose from the Family Pass for 2 adults, 2 children, and a guest or the Adult Pass for 2 adults and 2 guests.
About eNRG Kayaking: We are passionate and dedicated to providing unique paddling experiences for experts and novices alike. The Pacific Northwest perfect for the growing paddling community with access to big rivers and even bigger opportunities. From summer camps, to whitewater rafting and instruction, to a leisurely excursion below the second largest waterfall in the United States – eNRG Kayaking will get you there.
Experience: Willamette Falls Kayak/SUP Tour for two people. Guided 2-mile paddle takes about 1.5 hours. Along the way, you'll learn about Oregon City's pioneer and industrial history and local river wildlife. Appropriate for all skill levels.
About Alpacas at Marquam Hill Ranch:
Our business is breeding and selling alpacas and the products they produce. We educate visitors and turn them into customers with offering experiences with the alpacas. We’ve had alpacas for 17 years and been in agritourism for about 11 years. Owners Bill and Jennifer have many years of experience with customer service, sales and making memories for our visitors/customers. We are opened for visitors 10am to 4pm daily. Note: Jan and Feb we are open Fri, Sat, Sun and Mon. For Tues-Thurs we are open by appointment only.
Experience: 1 hour tour for one plus a $50 gift card (can be used for additional tour participants or in the gift shop).
About the North American Bigfoot Center: The North American Bigfoot Center is a multisensory museum and gift store featuring the largest public collection of sasquatch evidence, information, and products on the West Coast.
Experience: Guided tour of our display halls plus a $50 gift card. Depending on his schedule, the guided tour would be given by NABC owner Cliff Barackman, host of Animal Planet's show, Finding Bigfoot.
About Clackamas River Outfitters: Based out of Estacada, Oregon on the edge of the Mt. Hood National Forest, Clackamas River Outfitters makes getting on the water easy and fun. CRO offers retail sales, rentals, tours, instruction and river shuttles.
On-Water Rental Locations: Flatwater Kayak and Paddleboard rentals on Estacada Lake with locations at Milo McIver State Park and Timber Park. Perfect for the family, groups of friends, team building events, a date on the water, or solo adventures.
Downtown Estacada Store: CRO has everything you need for your paddling adventures. Whether you're rafting, kayaking, paddleboarding, river tubing, or surfing we have the gear to get you on the water.
Experience: Estacada Lake Tour for two people (kayak or SUP).