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Archive: Feb 2012

Shuttle Services and Misc. Information

Below we’ve included some helpful links for those looking to find out what the current river flow levels are, what local paddle groups are around as well as some of the popular local river runs people are doing in the Portland area. Trips and destinations Shuttle services What’s a class I, II, III, IV, V, VI? Oregon aquatic invasive species permit Inflatable kayak reviews River Levels

Contact Us

We are located on the corner of 130th and Sunnyside Rd in Happy Valley, Oregon.   When you make a reservation online you will receive an email confirmation with more information about scheduling a time to pick up and return the gear. You can always contact us directly by phone or email. — Please Note: We don’t have a storefront where you can come and browse our inventory and choose a boat.  This location is for pickups and returns only once a reservation has been placed and pick up arrangements have been made. Please give us a call or shoot us an email if you have any questions. Hope to see you soon. 13251 SE 130th Happy Valley, OR  97086 (503) 898-0138 [email protected]

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I’ve always been around the water as a kid. During my early years, I vividly remember our family packing our little inflatable raft in the back of the van and heading out to drive the lower Clackamas River. It was so much fun and I loved that time we spent together as a family. When we…

Inflatable kayak rentals, Portland OR | Rent Aire Tomcat kayaks, Airhead Montana kayaks, Solstice Rafts

We hope that everyone is being responsible and safe during these unusual times with the Covid-19 outbreak. At Oregon River Rentals it is in the forefront of our minds and we are dealing with this disruption the best that we can. We know that as we approach nicer weather here in the Pacific Northwest, the desire to get out on the water increases. We are doing our part to keep social distancing and cleanliness a focus of our operation. We are open and continue to clean each and every boat and piece of equipment before the next use. Whether you’re exploring the second deepest lake in Oregon at Waldo Lake or testing your skills against the whitewater rapids of the Upper Clackamas, Oregon River Rentals has the kayaks, rafts, float tubes, and SUP’s you need to make your self-guided water adventures go safely and smoothly. We are…

Security Deposit

What is the deposit for? We collect a deposit when you rent equipment to encourage you to return it on time and in the same condition it was in when you received it. How do you come up with the amount? We determine the deposit based on the replacement value of the equipment rented. This includes paddles, life vests, etc. How much is the deposit? The deposit varies depending on the equipment rented. The list below shows the current deposit required for each equipment package we offer. This is added automatically to the rental fee at checkout. Tomcat Tandem kayak – $300 Tomcat Solo kayak – $300 Airhead Montana Solo kayak – $200 Airhead Montana Tandem kayak – $200 Solstice raft – $250 River Rambler float tube – $20 How do I get it back? We don’t want to keep…

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