Clackamas River: Carver Park to Clackamette Park

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Damascus, Oregon

Clackamas River: Carver Park to Clackamette Park is a 8 mile lightly trafficked point-to-point trail located near Damascus, Oregon that features a river. The trail is good for all skill levels and offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 8.0 miles Elevation Gain: 55 feet Route Type: Point to Point

dogs on leash

fishing

paddle sports

bird watching

river

wildlife

Please note: this is a paddle route on the river and not a hiking trail.

1 month ago

No trail on either side of river. Talk about fake news - who created the accompanying write-up of this non-existing trail?! Please remove ASAP from All Trails.

8 months ago

Not a walking or hiking trail. You need to use a raft or boat.

Sun Feb 24 2019

Not a hiking trail

hiking
Mon Jul 09 2018

Not sure why this is on the list of trails since it is a river rafting/inner-tube floating route. If you are in to that, it's a fun, easy float. If you are looking for a hike, this isn't it.

Thu Mar 24 2016

great place for the family. easy walking, and food and water in the area. fishing, birds, boats...

paddle sports
Sat Mar 16 2013

I shoot this run about 100 times a summer, the useage is super heavy like 600 people at a time on the hot days, once the majority get drunk and pass out on a gravel bar the river clears out and a kayaker or canoe can have a fun little float. Just make sure to have a signal whistle and pfd , drinking water and snacks, sometimes the raft jams stop you up.

Wed Jan 30 2013

I love this place. I came rafting with my dad when I was about 7 for the first time. I started going solo or with my school friends at about 12. this is a really fun trip. it only takes about 4 to 6 hours depending on the water flow, or if they are opening the dams upstream. I'd get wild some times and wear a wet suit and go in may when the spring run off is at it's highest. that takes a little more skill and the water is cold. around August its warm, but you will hit your bottom on some rocks, and you may have to walk your raft down past some rocks. if you have a little more time, you can put in at McIver State park and make a whole day of it. the first rapid after McIver is the strongest on the river so be careful. enjoy!

paddle sports
Thu May 30 2019

hiking
Sat May 18 2019

Tue Aug 09 2016

paddle sports
Thu Jul 21 2016