River Lodge and Grill offers exceptions Boardman, Oregon lodging near the Columbia River in Oregon.

River Lodge and Grill and its surrounding area presents travelers will nearly endles opportunities in the outdoors - from hiking and biking to fishing and hunting...from watersports and golfing to wildlife viewing and snow activities in Oregon's Cascades. 

On-Site Activities:

Bicycling / Hiking  Boardman Trails:

There are 12 hiking and biking trails near Boardman, Oregon. Select a trail icon on the Boardman trail map for information about the trail, including the Sat-Nav coordinates where the trail is located.

•Barlow Cutoff                       •Battle Creek Trail

•Bear Camp Trail                  •Beeman Junkens Trail

•Bull Prairie Trail                   •Copple Butte Trail

•Freezeout Trail                    •Groshen Trail

•Knob Trail                           •Madison Butte Trail

•Minetop Trail                       •Negro Knob Trail

Fishing - Boardman Trails: Boardman, Oregon Hotel Fishing Package

World-class fishing is just a short cast away from the River Lodge and Grill. This vacation property is located right on the Columbia River and near many other excellent Northwest fishing locations. The Columbia River presents some of the best fishing in the world. It has the largest runs of salmon and steelhead in the lower 48 states. In addition, exceptional sturgeon fishing is available all year long. For more information, visit www.columbiariverfishingguide.com

Wallowa River. The Wallowa River is an excellent rainbow trout fishery and not bad for steelhead. While the resident rainbow population is in the river year-round, steelhead begin showing up in mid-February, peaking between mid-March and mid-April, when the season for them closes. Steelhead run from 4 to 10 pounds, with 4- to 6-pounders being typical. 

Hunting: Located in one of the prime hunting areas in the Pacific Northwest, River Lodge and Grill offers an opportunity to hunt big and small game on one of eastern Oregon’s best ranches. 

Golfing: Beautiful green, lush golf courses abound in Oregon

China Creek Golf Course. Featuring nine distinctly different holes on rolling hills, China Creek features elevated tees, white sand bunkers and a full-carry water hole. The course’s namesake, China Creek flows over hills to create a unique setting while maintaining the natural beauty of its native shrubs and grasses. For more information, visit http://www.oregonsgolf.com/ChinaCreekGolfCourse.htm

Willow Run Executive Golf Course. This well-maintained executive course was built on twenty acres of land. Fairways are tree lined and the small greens vary in undulation and are loaded with subtle breaks. There is an additional set of tees that can be used when playing an 18-hole round. For more information, visit http://www.thegolfcourses.net/golfcourses/OR/13330.htm 

Snow Skiing and Water Sports: The Oregon Cascades Mountains are best known for Mount Hood and the Columbia River Gorge. Snow sports, water sports, sightseeing, camping, and photography are just a few of the abundant recreational opportunities these mountains provide. 

About 250 miles of the Cascade Range’s 700-mile span lies within Oregon’s borders. Running parallel to the Pacific Ocean’s shore, this mountain range is populated with a series of dormant volcanoes, one of which is Mount Hood in north central Oregon. Mount Hood is the fourth-highest peak in the Cascades, and the tallest in Oregon at 11,249 feet.

The glacial Cascade Mountains are globally recognized for their beauty as well as for the recreational opportunities their peaks, valleys, rivers, and lakes afford. Heavy snowfall creates prime ski conditions and feeds wild rivers and snow lakes in the mountainous region, which in turn form a veritable playground for enjoying the full range of outdoor recreation. 

Location & Information - The Cascade Mountains run the entire width of central Oregon from its Washington to its California borders. The Mount Hood National Forest, within which Mount Hood’s peak rises, extends from Hood River on the Columbia River Gorge about 60 miles south to the foot of Mount Jefferson. 

Year-round Activities and Offerings for Outdoor Enthusiaists

Winter:

• Skiing, snowboarding, and the full spectrum of snow sports. 

Spring / Summer / Fall

• Camping, hiking, backpacking, and mountain climbing.

• Water sports, including boating, fishing, windsurfing, swimming, rafting, kayaking, and diving.

• Scenic drives and sightseeing.

• Nature study and photography 

Cascade Mountain Range

• Hiking & Backpacking

• Climbing

• Wilderness Outfitters

• Horseback Riding

• Mount Saint Helens

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