Willamette Falls Tour

The second largest waterfall in the United States

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(503) 772 – 1122

Why Us?


The End of the Oregon Trail

This is a unique on-water perspective of the falls and the factory. Explore this hidden gem of nature within the heart of the city.


Basic Instruction

Our world class guides will provide safety, history facts, and help you learn the basics of paddling to carry on to future adventures. Choose between kayaks and paddle boards!



Our guides pride themselves on customizability - both during and prior to your trip. From unique talks to accommodating your needs - we got you covered!

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Bring warm clothing that can get wet and water to stay hydrated. Potluck snacks and additional lights are recommended. Make sure to check the weather before the event to wear appropriate clothing. Please have all party members sign online waivers prior to arrival to expedite the process.

The ability to book online closes 24 hours prior to the event start time. Online booking is also disabled when the event has reached capacity. Please call eNRG Kayaking at (503) 772 – 1122 to complete the booking process or ask for special accommodations.

We will provide credit, free rescheduling, or a 75% refund with more than 21 days in notice. Trips you cancel 14 days prior are subject to a 50% refund or credit, and cancellations occurring less than 14 days are non-refundable.

Physical distancing will be maintained when possible. Masks will be worn when students are within 6 feet of each other. Temperatures willbe check on arrival and hand sanitizer will be available to wash hands both before and after meals. Equipment wil be washed after use. Parents will drive children to the river when possible to minimize shuttles. There will be no overnights.

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Whether you are an experienced paddler or not this trip has something for everyone. You will paddle through waters rich with fish (chinook, salmon, shad, smallmouth bass, and sturgeons), herons, osprey, and sea lions (seasonal). The tour heads one mile upstream, passing by the historic Willamette Falls Locks en route to the breathtaking Willamette Falls, the end of the Oregon Trail. Along the way guides will share about the history of the area and help with any paddling questions. Select a craft (Kayak or SUP) and pick a time to experience a view of the falls like no other!

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