10 Places To Kayak in Portland, Oregon 

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Henry Haig Lake, OR – This lake is one of the few man-made options on our list and is located just 25 miles west of downtown Portland.

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The Tualatin River, OR – is a tranquil spot for novice kayakers. There is not much current in it.

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Multnomah Creek, OR - Multnomah Falls is a well-known tourist destination, but knowledgeable kayakers understand.

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North Fork Reservoir, OR - is right outside the Clackamas River corridor, and it's an excellent place for those.

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Timothy Lake, OR – Travel about 50 miles south of Portland, and you'll find stunning Timothy Lake.

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Willamette River, OR – Fall in Alaska is an ideal time to take a stroll through Juneau's Glacier Gardens Rainforest.

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Columbia Slough, OR – The Columbia Slough waterway is only 19 miles long, but it has a special place on our list.

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Sauvy Island, OR – Sauvy Island deserves a special place on our list because it is such a unique place to paddle out.

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Lake Harriet, OR - Lake Harriet is another reservoir near Timothy Lake, about an hour southeast of Portland.

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Scappoose Bay, OR – If you want to see nature in its full glory, check out Scappoose Bay.

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