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Tualatin River Paddle Launch Opening

Saturday, June 24, 2017, 08:00am - 02:30pm
Contact  carrie.belding@oregonmetro.gov

Farmington Paddle Launch, built through a partnership between Metro and Clean Water Services, provides visitors a safe and accessible location to set out on the Tualatin River Water Trail. Celebrate the grand opening of the the paddle launch and Tualatin Riverkeepers annual Tualatin River Discovery Day with us.

After a brief Farmington Paddle Launch grand opening ceremony at 8:00 a.m., there will be a self-guided 3.7 mile paddle hosted by Tualatin Riverkeepers, which will include a guidebook highlighting wildlife and history specific to this section of the river. If you plan to paddle, you'll park at Groner K-8, hop on a shuttle to the Farmington Paddle Launch and end your paddle trip at Eagle Landing Park. You'll then be shuttled back to Groner K-8 for refreshments.

You may bring your own boat or rent one for $35 for the event. Advance registration is required for both options and will secure your launch time.

Register Here: http://www.oregonmetro.gov/event/farmington-paddle-launch-grand-opening-and-tualatin-river-discovery-day/2017-06-24-0

Location 

Groner Elementary School 
23405 SW Scholls Ferry Rd 
Hillsboro, OR 97123

Shuttles will transport you to the launch site 

Event Sponsor  Metro