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 8th – Willamette River – FULL, please contact us if you’d like to be on the waitlist

August 15th – Willamette River – Marshall to Harrisburg – FULL, please contact us if you’d like to be on the waitlist

August 22nd – McKenzie River – Hayden Bridge to Armitage

August 29th – Willamette River – Harrisburg to Irish Bend

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!
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

-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?

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