Sandy Centennial Plaza with its sculpture of salmon swimming around rocks in forefront and Sandy Historical Society Museum behind

The city of Sandy serves as the gateway to Mt. Hood. We’re surrounded by an expanse of scenic rivers and wilderness areas that offer a wide variety of recreational opportunities. Visitors appreciate our free bus service, complimentary SandyNet Wi-Fi hotspots and diverse shopping and dining experiences all centered in the city’s historic downtown. A special treat is the breathtaking view of Mt. Hood and the Sandy River Valley from Jonsrud Viewpoint.



Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce 
38963 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy 97055
503-668-4006
39250 Pioneer Blvd, Sandy 97055
503-668-5533 
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Delicious pizza at Ivy Bear Pizzeria in the Villages of Mt. Hood
If you're anything like me, or 90% of the population for that matter, you love a good pizza. Assuming that you fall into that 90% category, then you'll want to make your way to Ivy Bear Pizze...
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Pizza from Ivy Bear Pizzeria
Mountain Biking on the Sandy Ridge Trail is Paradise
The Sandy Ridge Trail System is a mountain biker's paradise with over 15 miles of flowing single-track trails of all difficulty levels on the lower slopes of Mt. Hood. They range in length from 3/4 o...
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Airborne mountain biker maneuvers a curve amid tall fir trees on the Sandy Ridge Trail just east of Sandy, Oregon
Sweets & Suites for Valentines Day in Mt. Hood Territory
Valentines Day falls on a Wednesday this year and you can get some serious brownie points from your loved one if you gift them some sweet treats from Mt. Hood Territory to celebrate. Even more browni...
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A delicious gooey dark chocolate cupcake at Kyra's Bake Shop in Lake Oswego.
#NationalComplimentDay in #OMHT
For #NationalComplimentDay we wanted to share some of our most complimented photos from our Instagram channel @mthoodterritory with you. We also want to compliment all the amazing photographers who ha...
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Harvest Moon over Mt. Hood
Bunsenbrewer is a beer lovers and geek enthusiast paradise
If only there were a place where I could combine my love of a good craft beer with my passion for science fiction and games. Oh wait, that's right, there is: Bunsenbrewer in Sandy. Bunsenbrewer is on...
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Pint glass filled to the brim of Bunsenbrewer's golden beer
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.
Act like a kid at Wippersnappers in Sandy
Do your kids have entirely too much energy? Do they sometimes seem to defy gravity as they bounce off the walls? Imagine them doing this while you're on vacation. If only there were a place you could...
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Young boy using the foot and hand holds works his way to the top of the rock climbing wall at Wippersnappers in Sandy
Dining on the go with food carts
Food Carts have become all the rage in the foodie world in recent years. Their nimble nature and lower overhead costs than standard brick-and-mortar establishments allow for easier startup. That mean...
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Barista hands a gentleman customer a cup of freshly brewed coffee from his food cart at Happy Valley Station
Stay a while in Sandy
Sandy, Oregon is the perfect home base for all your winter, spring, and summer recreation plans on Mt. Hood. But, don't let your adventurous spirit stop you from exploring the town's cool shops and e...
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Exterior of Sandy Area Historical Museum and entrance sign with lamppost and banner
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. Use our...
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Fisherman stadning in boat in river holds up his salmon catch.
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
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.
Jump and Slide your way into Sandy
Whip and Ney Ney your family over to Wippersnappers in Sandy, Oregon for kids indoor adventure to the max!  What makes Wippersnappers better than any other indoor kids play place? Let me count th...
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Three children bounce on large yellow, purple and pink exercise balls at Wippersnappers, an indoor kids' play place in Sandy
5 Best Dog Parks in Mt Hood Territory
There is no reason to leave your best doggie friend at home when you go on vacation in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory. In addition to dozens of dog friendly businesses, lodging properties, and hiking tra...
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Young woman paddles her stand up paddleboard with her golden retriever along for the ride on the Willamette River
5 Great Mountain Biking Trails in Mt. Hood Territory
One of the great things about having a mountain in your territory is that it creates awesome mountain biking trails. From beginners to experts, there are some great rides in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territo...
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Mountain biker rides on narrow wooden plank path through forest at Skibowl's Adventure Park in Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory
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
Great kids fishing spots in Mt Hood Territory
Few things are more exciting for a kid than bringing in their first fish. From the tug of the line to actually landing the fish, it's a milestone in many kids' lives. Mt. Hood Territory is home to som...
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Circular photo of parents helping kids fishfrom the water's edge at the Canby Community Park fishing pond
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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