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12,000 acres of land on the island have been preserved as the Sauvie Island Wildlife Area. Managed by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, the wildlife area is a premier hiking, birdwatching, hunting, and fishing location.
18330 NW Sauvie Island Rd, Portland, OR 97231-1312
We always hit Sauvie Island for a spin when we're in PDX. There's a nice 12-mile loop, plus out and backs you can do from that. The traffic is generally light and at a decent rate of speed. It is, of course, absolutely flat. There's...More
Sobey Island is a great place to visit no matter the season. The farms have pumpkin patches corn mazes etc. during the fall spring and summer is great for hikes hanging out on the water and people watching. My understanding is Bugsy Siegel used to...More
I LOVE driving out here on weekends! During the summer the farmers always have fresh produce. It is a peaceful area even though it can be busy with folks coming out to the famers markets. You can always spot wildlife! The beach is a good...More
Mostly farms and nature preserves on the island... it is really beautiful. I really dislike the crowds down near the beaches, and people drive in really annoying ways. The berry farms are awesome and fun to explore.
This is one of those places that I have been going to several time a year since I was a kid! Whether it's for the orchards and the u-picks, the pumpkin patch, or river lounging-- it's a special place for Portland and for me!
We just did this ride a week or so ago and have done it a number of times before. Even though there are not bike lanes on the road, it is still a popular place to bike. Most of the cyclists we see are far...More
This is large, beautiful island located just off Highway 30 within 10 miles of Portland and the 405. Parts of the island are privately owned and a large part of it is a wildlife refuge administered by Oregon Dept. Of Fish and Wildlife, for day-use...More
Response from margaretcov | Reviewed this property |
Although I have not been to this property but it is close buy and the review look good - Scappoose Creek Inn. However as others have told you, the island is not far from Portland and there are many great hotels in the area... More
Although I have not been to this property but it is close buy and the review look good - Scappoose Creek Inn. However as others have told you, the island is not far from Portland and there are many great hotels in the area. You may want to look at NW quadrant. Good luck and enjoy the island.