Quality Inn & Suites
1380 Atlantic Avenue
Woodland, WA 98674
Phone: (360) 225-1000
Fax: (360) 841-8449
1380 Atlantic Avenue, Woodland, WA, US, 98674
- Phone: (360) 225-1000
- Fax: (360) 841-8449
Apart from renting kayaks and retailing in outdoor apparel, what Scappoose Bay Kayaking excel in is the outdoors. The wetlands is rich in wildlife and home to a variety of migratory birds. A lot of the area comes under protected forest reserves where few venture and the habitat is as virgin. The variety of tours (Wetlands, Cunningham Slough, Eco-Quiet Kayaking, Full Moon Cruises) for all ages, conducted by Scappoose Bay Kayaking give paddlers the opportunity to observe wildlife and marine habitat from up close.
Wildwood Golf Course 72 is open to the public. An on site bar area serves beer only, and a snack cart is also available. The pro shop has clubs for rent at a reasonable rate. Cultivate your skills by taking advantage of the putting green and driving range. A staff pro is also available.
Just outside the city, this 12,000-acre sanctuary offers an example of the diversity of the Pacific Northwest. Operated by the Fish and Wildlife Department, the island has pathways that are ideal for bicycling. There are more than 250 species of birds in the wetland area. If you are here in the spring, you can even pick your own berries. Do not be afraid to eat a few, there are plenty for you and the birds, too.
At the northern-most tip of North Portland, at the confluence of the Columbia and Willamette rivers, lies this 96-acre park dotted with picnic areas and marked by a looping 40-mile trail. A large natural-sand beach and an isolated location attract many people to Kelley Point Park. It is ideal place to take in Portland's natural skyline, dominated by Mount St. Helens and Mt. Hood, while basking in the summer sun.
Portland's neighbor to the north, Vancouver is the oldest of the Pacific Northwest cities. Fort Vancouver, originally a fur trading post, is nearly at the center of the city making history the heart of Vancouver, literally. Stop by the official visitors center at the General O.O. Howard House on Officers Row. This town on the Columbia River has a lot to offer from historical and natural attractions to major events.