They provide Kayak, Paddle Board, Rafts, Inflatable Kayaks and Tube rentals for use on flat or whitewater.
There are 2 on the water locations with rentals, along with their store location.
Instruction and tours are available
HOURS: WEDNESDAY-SUNDAY 11:00 am to 5:00 pm
SKYDIVE, INC You could stare at a postcard of Mt. Hood and the Cascade Mountain Range to get your northwest mountain fix, or you could get an up-close view from Skydive, Inc. The skydiving company pairs skydivers of every experience level with instructors who, after a brief lesson, transport them to thousands of feet in the air. On your parachuted adventure down, you will take in the rugged peaks of the nearby mountains. Once you’re back on solid ground, you can check out the video of your adventure, complete with photobombs from local birds.
Philip Foster, one of Oregon’s earliest pioneers, was a leader in the establishment of Oregon. His farm and home in Eagle Creek played an important part in the history of the Barlow Road, which followed the south side of Mt. Hood as an alternative to the treacherous Columbia River route. Foster helped fund, build and operate the Barlow Road at various times between 1848 and 1865, guiding thousands of covered wagons into the Willamette Valley. Today his farm house is open to the public. A living history museum, allowing visitors to experience life as the pioneers did. Every year scores of school children visit and tour the farm and see firsthand how people lived more than 100 years ago. The farm is also open to weddings and events. Philip Foster Farm is located at 22725 SE Eagle Creek Rd. in Eagle Creek. Visit the website for more information and open days/hours. www.philipfosterfarm.com
Hours: Seasonal Summer Tuesday-Saturday 11:00 am-4:00 pm
Saturday only May, September and October
Contact Person: Elaine Butler
Member Since: 1992
Douglas Ridge Rifle Club was founded in 1956. The Club sits on about 130 acres of woods (primarily Douglas Fir), open meadows, and a ridge rising 400 feet above the flatland. Neighboring properties are a mix of agricultural land, residences, and commercial businesses. DRRC is operated under a conditional use permit, and over the years DRRC has expanded to include six ranges, with a membership of over 800 people, and supports more than a dozen shooting disciplines. Our 1,000-yard Range is the longest Long Range in the state and one of the very few on the west coast.
DRRC is run by a board of officers governed by a set of by-laws. Officers are President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Executive Officer. There are also six board members/trustees and a range host who lives on the property. A Chief Range Safety Officer is in charge of training Range Safety Officers (RSOs) who, in turn, supervise shooting safety at the range.
Individual shooting disciplines are organized and directed by Discipline Directors who are approved by the board and in charge of organizing, scheduling and running matches and practices.