Siltcoos River Tour

Typical tour schedule of the day is as follows…

10:30     Meet at specified location.

10:30 to 11:30   Orientation, Instruction & Outfitting.

11:00 to 12:00   Paddle along the waterway while learning some skills.

12:00 to 1:00    Lunch and talk about local natural history.

1:00 to 2:30    Paddling further and optional skills practice.

Optional gathering at a local pub / ice cream shop 🙂

Contact us with questions anytime. [email protected]

2023 Tour Schedule, most are on Tuesdays. $60 per person (Registration below).

May 16th – Coast Fork Willamette River

May 23rd – Fall Creek Reservoir

May 30th – Long Tom River

June 6th – Coyote Creek

June 15th – Siuslaw River

June 20th – Siltcoos River

June 27th – McKenzie/Willamette River

July 11th – Willamette River – Whitely to Marshall

July 18th – Mercer Lake

July 25th – Siltcoos River

August 1st – Coyote Creek

August 9th – Willamette River

August 10th – Siltcoos River

August 23th – McKenzie River

August 30th – Siltcoos River

September 6th – Lower Willamette River – Harrisburg to Irish Bend

September 13th – Willamette River – Alton Baker Park to Whitely

September 21st – Willamette River – Peoria to Corvallis

October 4th – Coast Fork of the Willamette River

Our guided tours are informal and fun. No experience necessary. We will teach you the basic skills and then get on the water!

These tours are a great way to explore outdoor waterways. Or they can be a fine way to unwind from a busy time in your life.

-What To Bring on a Tour-

Lunch / Snacks for 4 hour Tours
Swimsuit or Shorts and T-Shirt
Please avoid bringing cotton clothing!
Sunscreen
Water Bottle
Hat & Glasses
Shoes, sport sandals or water booties
Chums (eyeglass retainer)

Optional Items.
Raingear and extra warm layers
Dry Clothes for after the tour
Wetsuit or paddling jacket
Drybag
Camera

-Frequently Asked Questions-

How many people are on this trip?
Maximum of 8 people

How many guides?
One or Two

Who are the guides / what are their qualifications?
Our lead guides have American Canoe Association kayak and canoe instructor experience and have current First Aid/CPR.

How much prior experience is needed?
None.

How can people reach me in an emergency? Can I call home?
Our guides carry cell phones and marine radios.

What kind of equipment do you use?
We use Canoes, Kayaks, and Stand Up Paddleboards

Register for a Tour here

$60.00 Pay now