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Canoeing Tours

Please call 503-715-2175 or email info@mthoodoutfitters.com to schedule your fall tour

CanoeTours are a great way to experience peace & tranquility on the water. The Canoe is paddled by 2 people with the option for a third person to be seated in the center of the boat. Dogs are also allowed to find a spot to sit in our spacious canoes! The tours are led by our most experienced guide staff that are trained in safety, navigation and of course the occasional storytelling! You are sure to be in great hands and have am awesome time out on the water no matter which lake you choose to explore.

Feel free to email us or give us a call & we will be happy to help you reserve your spot! 503-715-2175 or info@mthoodoutfitters.com

We do not cancel due to inclement weather, unless lightning strikes within 15 miles of your destination. Cancellations within 72 hours of your reservation is 100% refunded, 48 hours is 50% refund, and 24 hours of less will not be refunded. For bookings less than 24 hours of your desired date, please email or call for availability.

We also sell used canoes at great prices! Inquire about used equipments sales by sending an email or giving us a call.

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