FOOD AND BEVERAGE
Rainbow Trout Farm. 52560 E. Sylvan Drive, Sandy, OR 97055. Phone: 503-622-5223; Fax: 503-622-1413.
Sandy River Hatchery. 39800 SE Fish Hatchery Road, Sandy, OR 97055. Phone: 503-668-4222.
Sandy River Park
Enter the trailhead at the end of Marcy Street; parking is available in the Sandy High School gravel parking lot on Bluff Road. Sandy River Park is a 124-acre undeveloped passive use park that abuts Cedar Creek and the Sandy River. Hike to the Sandy River on a 1-mile stretch of old logging road/trail. In the fall salmon can be seen swimming up Cedar Creek to spawn.
Meinig Memorial Park. 17670 Meinig Avenue, Sandy, OR 97055.
Sandy Bluff Park. 36801 Goldenrain Street, Sandy, OR 97055.
Tickle Creek Park/Trail. East of 362nd and south of Dubarko Road.
Timberline Ridge. 39600 Wall Street, Sandy, OR 97055.
Wildwood Recreation Site. GPS: -121.9867, 45.3561.
Interpretive signs, paved paths along the river, Cascade Streamwatch underwater fish viewing station and picnic areas.
Sandy Skate Park. Meinig Street east of the middle school, Sandy, OR.
Mt. Hood. 16400 Champion Way, Sandy, OR 97055. Phone: 503-668-1700.
Mt. Hood Meadows Ski Resort. Phone: 503-337-2222.
Mt. Hood Skibowl. Toll-free: 1-800-SKIBOWL.
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