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Fall Festivals for Families in Mt Hood Territory
The Fall months in Mt. Hood Territory are ripe with harvest festivals perfect for the family.Take the kids to one of the many festivals like Liepold Farms annual Fall Harvest Festival in Boring which offers a giant selection of pumpkins and a five-acre corn maze that is truly grand. Over...
Oregon Farm Loops - Flowers & Nurseries
Explore Oregon Farm Loops and visit farms, wineries and country events, each found less than an hour from Portland. Choose from three loop routes as you venture through varying parts of Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory. Each loop boasts 14 to 28 farm stops and a wide variety of local farm...
Do All the Things
Events in Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory offer year-round festivals and activities for the whole family in the greater Portland area. Winter’s event calendar is full of snowboarding and skiing events at Timberline Lodge & Ski Area and Mt. Hood Skibowl. Spring events burst upon the scene with blooming colors at...
June 2018- June 2019CCTCA has a cooperative advertising program to promote tourism-related experiences in Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory. Our tourism partners can select from digital and print placements. Participation is open to tourism-related festivals/events, businesses, and experiences in Clackamas County.PRINT - 2018/19 Print Co-ops Mt. Hood Territory offers print co-op advertising...
Histofarmkarter Fall Habits
In the Fall months you can find Histo-farm-karters at the u-pick pumpkin farms and festivals throughout Mt. Hood Territory.Take the kids to one of the many festivals like, Fir Point Farms' fun celebration near Aurora. They have the Charlotte's Web Corn Maze and their famously delicious apple cider donuts from...
On the cyclist’s seat or in control of the paddle directing your raft down the rapids, at the throttle of your snowmobile or in charge of the double-black diamond run you’re about to OWN. Whatever details you plan for your Mt. Hood Territory adventure, you’re running the show. Pair equestrian...
Escape to Estacada. Go from the roar of traffic to the rhythm of the river. Grab two fat tires or one big paddle. Cycle, paddle, float, ramble or climb. Immerse yourself in trees, sky, water; summer’s greens and winter’s whites. Or wander through town to discover its history in murals,...
Who can be a TCA business partner?Any business entity, service or product that may attract visitors or serve their various needs can be a tourism partner. These partners include local Chamber of Commerce groups, commercial lodging facilities, attractions, museums, restaurants, unique shopping, services like fishing guides and tour companies, and...
Step back in time or enjoy high art
From Indie-Roots music festival Pickathon to the multi-day Festival of the Arts to generations of rich pioneer heritage, Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory has stories old and new to share. Explore the paths that the original pioneers traveled with the promise of Free Land in Oregon. Take a trip like no...
Apples Make Cider in Eagle Creek
As summer draws to a close, the goodness that grows in Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory gets ready for harvesting. And what better way to celebrate all that grows here than with festivals that feature that crop. The Cider Squeeze at Philip Foster Farm on Saturday, September 15th should fulfill all...
Browse a Gallery or Catch a Play
Art galleries throughout The Territory showcase some of Oregon’s best local artists and visiting talent. Take in an assortment of creative works at The Spiral Gallery artists' cooperative in Estacada. Or meander through one of the Three Rivers Artist Guild galleries in Oregon City. Spend an evening taking in critically acclaimed...
Satiate all your senses in Mt. Hood Territory
In Mt. Hood Territory we have endless opportunities to delight all your senses. From stunning vistas to furry farm animals to award-winning beers and wines, every day is a great day here. Discover the Oregon Farm Loops consisting of the Canby Area Farm Loop, Farmlandia Farm Loop and Molalla Farm Loop in Mt....
Fall Harvest Event Happenings in Mt. Hood Territory
Just a short, 30-minute drive from Portland, travelers find a bounty on the Oregon Farm Loops in Mt. Hood Territory. Enjoy an autumn day exploring the harvests happening throughout the Willamette Valley countryside. Member farms and agritourism-related businesses comprise the Canby, Molalla and Farmlandia Farm Loops, and many take advantage...
CPP GuidelinesApplicants may submit multiple applications for consideration.Applicants may seek funding from multiple communities for individual projects.Separate applications are required for every project that has a distinct scope of work/purpose.Combined applications, those with more than one scope of work/purpose, will not be considered.Eligibility:CPP grants may be awarded to public, private,...
End of the Oregon Trail
#oregontrail175Oregon Trail SectionsMissouri to NebraskaWyoming to IdahoEastern OregonMt Hood/Columbia GorgeEnd of the Oregon TrailOregon Trail HomeOregon Trail In the News7 Day ItineraryOregon Trail FAQsTrail VideosBook Your Trip TodayThe Portland Region encompasses bustling cities, surrounded by farms, forests and rivers. The varied neighborhoods are filled with award-winning restaurants, funky shopping districts...
Flowers and Farm Animals in Wine Country
2018 Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival Dates: March 23 - April 29Mt. 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' house, I visited Fir Point Farms often and it holds a special place in...
Be Here Now (Day Trip/Overnight)
The air is crisp, the autumnal colors are setting in, and the smell of ripe apples fills the air. Bountiful Mt. Hood Territory is ready to be experienced. Day 1:Watch nature paint rusty reds, golden yellows, and bright oranges across the landscape at Jonsrud Viewpoint in Sandy. From here you get...
Mt Hood Territory Staff
AdministrationDanielle CowanExecutive DirectorOffice: 503-655-8420Cell: 503-701-4333Fax: 503-742-5907danielle@mthoodterritory.comDanielle is responsible for the overall management of the tourism program and is lead staff support to the TDC.Janice NilsonAdministrative AnalystOffice: 503-655-8490Fax: 503-742-5907janice@mthoodterritory.comJanice is the glue that holds the team together and is responsible for the day to day management of the office.Community PartnershipJim AustinCommunity...
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