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The river of history for the Oregon Trail is always changing and a sight to behold. The Sandy River usually runs wide

And long all the while carving out it's path along the way. In some areas it is very wooded and... read more

Reviewed 30 August 2015
Vallie L
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Sandy, Oregon
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Worth a look

The Sandy river is very pretty but has had a good deal of flooding in the past two years. Take... read more

Reviewed 14 August 2015
AlfredFremont_CA
,
Fremont, CA
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Scenic river in Oregon popular with kayakers and other outdoor enthusiasts.
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30 Aug 2015
“The river of history for the Oregon Trail is always changing and a sight to behold. The Sandy River usually runs wide ”
13 Aug 2015
“Worth a look”
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Reviewed 30 August 2015 via mobile

And long all the while carving out it's path along the way. In some areas it is very wooded and snakes back and forth . In other areas it has wide open banks where pioneers of the past coming out west on wagon trains, attempted...More

Thank Vallie L
Reviewed 14 August 2015

The Sandy river is very pretty but has had a good deal of flooding in the past two years. Take Lolo pass road off highway 26 (near Welches) and you just have to go a little way to see what damage the floods have achieved.

Thank AlfredFremont_CA
Reviewed 29 July 2013

We just visited the Sandy River at Dodge Park. Lovely little beach, and the Bull Run River converges with the Sandy at the park. Lovely camping spots for tents, and a few for RV's. Wonderful, friendly camp hosts. Clean (and I mean clean) flush toilets,...More

Thank mandy o
Reviewed 9 February 2013

From Mt Hood to the Columbia River this awesome river delivers! Fishing, rafting, boating, swimming, camping, photography, or just looking and listening. This beautiful and powerful river has it all. Take some time and grab the family and go see the Sandy River as it...More

Thank robinsdl
Reviewed 13 July 2012

If you can manage to get away from the crowds that congregate near the camp sites, you will have found a little slice of paradise insanely close to the metro area. Despite only being a short drive away from Portland - the river is pristine....More

Thank vyakal
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