Clackamas is an unincorporated community and former census-designated place (CDP) in Clackamas County, Oregon, United States. The population was 6,965 at the 2010 census. It is a suburb of Portland.
Restaurants in Clackamas
4.5 based on 67 reviews
Tours start at 10 am sharp, M-F. Come and learn about the wonderful world of stone grinding whole grains on a free guided tour of the BRM manufacturing facility. Our friendly 'Grain Guides' provide you with a brief history of how Bob and Charlee Moore championed the goodness of simple, natural whole grains and created a company now respected around the world. You will watch the action of a working mill as seen through our viewing windows. Questions are welcome during a discussion about the healthful benefits of our wide variety of grain products. Everyone leaves with a free sample. Tours generally last about 1 1/2 hours. Following the tour our visitors are invited to travel one mile to our Whole Grain Store and Cafe for lunch and shopping. Both of our buildings are accessible to everyone and families are always welcome.
We toured the factory, which was fun. The tour guides were entertaining and knowledgeable. The tour lasted about 90 minutes. We received some free samples after the tour ended. Next, we ate at the restaurant. The food was tasty and healthy. The portions were large and the price was reasonable. We also bought a number of items from the shop.
4 based on 63 reviews
We were at the P.E. on a Wednesday, a little after 1:30 p.m. and found the server to be rather perfunctory and rushed in her job. Not rude, but seemingly disinterested in answering questions or being of any service other than dishing up chow mein or rice. Then, three of the selections were out, I mean only scraps in the serving containers. When I asked about how long of a wait it would be, was told only 10-12 minutes. Hold on, this is supposed to be mall fast food. I settled for a Panda bowl of Grilled Teriyaki Chicken which was tasty, but the server cut the chicken pieces only part of the way through instead of completing the cut into individual portions. My spouse ordered Kung Pao Chicken which was tasty, but the chow mein had a burned or scorched flavor. The meal were mostly average, below the standards of other Panda Express locations.
4 based on 29 reviews
My wife and I hike this trail pretty regularly. It's close by, but is secluded enough from the city to make you feel like you are away from civilization. It's about 2.4 miles around the lower portion which is perfect for us. If you are wanting a little bit more, just head up to the upper portion.
4.5 based on 93 reviews
We wandered through the Farmers market one Saturday morning in July, sampling the many flavors of Oregon (cherries, peaches, honey, coffee, breakfast tacos...) enjoying live music, smelling the fresh flowers and lavender, and of course people watching. It is a great place for brunch with cafe tables in the back. I liked talking with the vendors, all passionate about their food .
4.5 based on 133 reviews
The Oregon City Municipal Elevator has been in operation for over 100 years. The original elevator was constructed in 1915. It was powered by hydrolics and took about three minutes to reach the top of the bluff. In 1925 it was converted to electric power that was being generated by the water flowing from the Willamette river. The current elevator was completed in May of 1955. It was included on the National Register of Historic places in May of 2014. The elevator is owned by Oregon City and staffed by the Downtown Oregon City Association. Current hours are Monday-Saturday 7am-7pm and Sunday 10am-7pm.
This elevator gives Oregon City something unique to brag about, and it's definitely work a few minutes to stop in and see it. But it's really odd. It overlooks the town below and contains panels that flip from old to new as you walk past. They're a bit hard to see, but kind of interesting.
5 based on 18 reviews
We moved to happy valley and received a coupon for Eagles landing. We packed up our clubs and headed out only to find out it was a short or chipping course and we only really needed about 3 clubs.....it was so much fun and the course was in great shape. We played the back nine at the top of the hill and golfed our way down. It was a blast!!
4.5 based on 21 reviews
The golf course at Sah-Hah-Lee is an 18 Hole, Par 3 course designed for every golfer, whether beginner, intermediate or advanced. The course's length and straight forward design affords the novice golfer the ability to play without intimidation, while our undulating greens, water and greenside bunkers challenge even the most experienced player. Sah-Hah-Lee provides golfers of all ages and skill levels with a memorable golf experience. Considered to be one of the best executive courses in the Northwest, Sah-Hah-Lee has been ranked annualy as "One of the Top 100 Short Courses in America" three years running. An honor we are proud to boast about! Sah-Hah-Lee GC is open year round and enjoyed by golfers 364 day a year! We do allow the course to rest on Christmas Day, but aside from that, it's here waiting to be enjoyed by our patrons. The 18 greens in play on the golf course are considered by many as some of the best the Portland Metro Area has to offer. Often times surprising some of our new guests who continually rate our greens in better condition than most of the local area clubs. Nature abounds at Sah-Hah-Lee, with the Clackamas river running beside most of the golf course, we have become home to many forms of wildlife. From deer to rabbits, ducks to geese, osprey to hawks, the golf course has become a sanctuary for wildlife in the area. Our newest addition is an 18-hole putting course featuring sandtraps, sneaky breaks and undulations that will challenge even the best putters with 18 holes of fun in a relaxed and beautiful setting under stately fir trees. The course is open to all ages, we have putters of all sizes available, so this course is a favorite of kids and families. Whether it's Business or just Family Fun, Sah-Hah-Lee Golf Course is the perfect way to bring people together.
it was a few mounts back .but a very nice course to play at . it shold be nice and green on the fairways.
4 based on 140 reviews
Official End of the Oregon Trail in Oregon City, Oregon. The visitor center is a state welcome center with free travel information, itineraries, and brochures. Also find the country store gift shop and visitor lounge with complimentary coffee and tea. The interpretive center offers the "Bound for Oregon" featured film, genealogy assistance for descendants of pioneers, and exciting and interactive exhibits that include period games and crafts like candle dipping and making a rag doll or journal. Outside the Interpretive Center, enjoy the heritage garden, a guided walk of one-thousandth of the trail, and Abernethy Green with pioneer lawn games and 24/7 signage implementing smart phone technology.
We took out of town guests from California to Oregon City and decided to give the Center a visit. Earlier friends said that it was not much. That was not true. It turns out that they had gone somewhere else. I enjoyed the entire exhibit and think I read every sign. It would have been more fun with children given that they could make candles and churn butter. The movie is outstanding, based on letters and diaries of travelers who had been on the Oregon Trail. We plan to take more visitors. Oh, and the gift shop - wonderful selection especially of toys from that era.
4.5 based on 49 reviews
There is a small dirt beach that is popular with families and paddle boarders. There is no lifeguard, but the water seems very calm (at least the day we were there). There are informational signs about the history of the area. There are also paths and trails to above the river or creek. Some of the paths are paved or very smooth dirt trails, others are a bit more natural. Much of the walking area is shaded, so it's still pleasant on a hot day. There are a lot of bugs - my bare arms felt itchy as we walked through the woods.
5 based on 37 reviews
What a find! Great farmer"s market in easy to find location. Lots of food available for purchase including Canby Asparagus Farms! We found Olympic Provisions there too. Excellent farm fresh produce, jams, cheeses, nitrogen ice-cream, fresh hot peanuts from a 105 year old cart. And some great live music too!
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