Oregon Whitewater Association

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It will be up to you the OWA member if you want to be part of the group.  You will need a Facebook account, and go to the Facebook group page and request to join.  Membership to OWA includes all the members in the household.  Any one of the members can request to join the Facebook group page
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Mission Statement

The Oregon Whitewater Association brings private boaters together for the enjoyment of whitewater boating.

Our vision is to promote whitewater safety and training for all of our membership in an effort to provide safety awareness and confidence when executing river rescue skills. OWA is the community of choice where fun and river adventures thrive and where people and rivers connect.

OWA Trip Reports

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Category: River Safety

There you are! You have run the rapid successfully, and are sitting in an eddy at the bottom, feeling relieved and happy to hav…
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The annual OWA Rogue Trip was getting ready to roll in early February with a launch date of February 15. The trip was supposedl…
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OWA’s annual New Year’s Day Paddle could not have asked for a more beautiful start to 2014. In spite of unusually low water leve…
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We couldn’t have had better weather this time of year! Absolutely gorgeous! Highs in the mid 50’s and lows couldn’t have gotten …
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Upcoming Events

Jan
01
Dodge Park, Sandy Oregon
Jan 01st 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Annual New Years Day Float and Barbecue
Jan
11
Flying Pie Pizza
Jan 11th 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Feb
04
Spruce Run County Park
Feb 04th - All Day
Nehalem River is a coastal run, putting in at Spruce Run County Park. According to our trip leader Thomas Riggs, the take out will be weather and flow dependent. If low, or very inclement, take out will be 1 mile below Salmonberry Creek confluence. If high and better weather, then the take out will be below the bridge after the Nehalem Falls. Round trip for shuttle is @ one hour Class III. Conditions can be very chilling, dress warmly.
Feb
08
North Clackamas Acqutic Park
Feb 08th 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
OWA Winter Skills Pool Practice