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Marion or Polk Counties

North Santiam River

The North Santiam River is a 92-mile (148 km) tributary of the Santiam River in western Oregon in the Cascade Range on the eastern side of the Willamette Valley east of Salem.
Blocked by Big Cliff Dam near Mill City, the lower North Santiam River supports spring chinook salmon and summer steelhead. In the reaches upstream of the dam, the river is managed mainly as a stocked-trout fishery. Near the stream's source at Santiam Lake in the Mount Jefferson Wilderness, native cutthroat trout, rainbow trout, and brook trout are also found.
Travel Salem
503-581-4325

Northgate Bowl

Salem's friendliest bowling center with 24 lanes of fun, bumper lanes for the kids, video arcade, Oregon Lottery Games and snack bar. Nonsmoking all hours.
2380 Northgate Ave. NE
Salem, OR 97301
503-581-1634

Oregon Scenic Bikeway

Oregon is the only state in the nation with Scenic Bikeways - offering Oregon's "best of the best" road routes.

In Polk County, you can choose your own adventure. Whether you're seeking rolling hills or flat roads, in-town or out in the countryside, our routes are accessible year round and guaranteed to provide you with a picture perfect ride. 

Ritner Cycling Loop

This route starts and ends at Riverview Park in Independence. Over the route’s 45 miles, cyclists will be enjoy scenic views of Polk County’s landscape.

Salem Golf Club

Salem Golf Club is full of natural beauty including an 18 hole golf course, a driving range and putting greens. The club also offers an outdoor space for hosting events.  
2025 Golf Course Rd. S
Salem, OR 97302
503-363-6652

Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Baseball Stadium

The stadium is home to the Single-A short season Salem-Kezier Volcanoes. The stadium, which seats over 4200 fans, includes 11 concession stands, a kid’s playground, a sports bar, a bandstand and 13 luxury box suites.  
6700 Field of Dreams Way    
Keizer, OR 97393    
503-428-5246

Crossing over the scenic Santiam River at two points, this route takes cyclists on country roads winding along farmland and through covered bridges and quaint small towns. There are several parks along the route where visitors can take a break, rest, have a picnic lunch and enjoy the outdoors. 

Santiam Golf Club

18-hole golf course with a driving range, practice green, senior and military discounts, daily or annual memberships, and a pro shop and restaurant on site.
8724 Golf Club Rd.
Aumsville, OR 97325
503-769-3485

Silver Creek Reservoir, Silverton, Oregon

Silver Creek Reservoir also known as Silverton Reservoir is a sixty-five-acre impoundment on Silver Creek located in the Cascade foothills 2.5 miles southeast of the city of Silverton, Oregon on Oregon Route 214.
The lake is popular in the spring and summer as a recreation area. Stocked with roughly 20,000 hatchery trout each spring and early summer, the lake also provides opportunities to catch bullhead catfish. Swimming is also quite popular on warm summer days as well as recreational boating, though only electric motors are allowed.
4381 Silver Falls Hwy.
Silverton, OR  97381
503-873-8679
www.silverton.or.us

Spirit Mountain Casino

Have some real fun at Spirit Mountain Casino with nearly 2,000 slot machines, an abundance of table games, and 254 comfortable lodge rooms. 
27100 SW Salmon River Hwy. 
Grand Ronde, OR 97347
503-879-2350 or 800-760-7977
 

Cycling through covered bridge

Enjoy rolling through the lush farmland that surrounds the town of Stayton and Scio while visiting historic covered bridges. Encompassing 57 miles and six covered bridges, this route will give cyclists a little bit of a challenge. 

The Athletic Edge

Gymnastics is the basis of all sports. The skills, discipline, body awareness and self-esteem learned in gymnastics enhance any activity a child participates in.
1379 Madison St. 
Salem, OR 97301
503-361-2344

The Willamette River

The Willamette (Will-am-it) River, the largest river in Oregon, runs through Salem and Marion & Polk Counties. Many species of fish and wildlife make the river their home and provide a great sightseeing experience.

503-581-4325 or 800-874-7012

Town and Country Bowling Lanes

3500 River Rd. N
Keizer, OR 97303
503-390-2221

Volcanoes Stadium

Professional Baseball. Class A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants. Fun, Family Friendly, Affordable entertainment. $7 tickets. Immediately adjacent to Interstate 5 at exit 260B.

4,300 seat stadium immediately adjacent to Interstate 5. Baseball, soccer, football, wrestling, and concerts. Recreational vehicle, automotive and special sales in the 14-acre parking lot.
6700 Field of Dreams Way NE
Keizer, OR 97303
503-390-2225

Kayakering at Wallace Marine Park

A 114.45 acre park located in West Salem. Home to one of the best sports facilities in the Northwest the park is also a focal point for water sport enthusiasts. A boat ramp and floating boat docks provide access to the Willamette River. 
200 Glen Creek Rd. NW
Salem, OR 97304
503-588-6261

Wallace Marine Park Softball Complex

Long known as the "Softball Capital of the Northwest", Salem has a beautiful softball complex. The City of Salem hosts leagues and tournaments that visitors and residents enjoy.
200 Glen Creek Rd. NW
Salem, OR 97304
Office Hours: Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
City of Salem Public Works Recreation Services
555 Liberty St. SE/Rm. 325 (mailing)
Salem, OR 97301
503-588-6261

Wild Things Games

Local game store with products ranging from D&D to Naruto. Come participate in weekly tournaments or browse around to find your next big game.
241 Commercial St. NE
Salem, 97301
503-364-4263

Willamette River ~ Champoeg State Heritage Area

The river borders the north end of Champoeg State Heritage Area with camping, historic attractions, picnic areas, amphitheater, hiking/biking trails and disc golf.
7679 Champoeg Rd. NE
Saint Paul, OR 97137
503-678-1251