The Cabins Creekside at Welches

Address: 25086 East Welches Road, Welches, Oregon, 97067, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 25086 East Welches Road, Welches, is near Mount Hood National Forest, Mirror Lake Trail, Three Nines Golf Course, and Salmon River Trail.
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Travel Blogs from Welches

Portland to Mount Hood

A travel blog entry by k-rod on Jul 23, 2014

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... the mountain (Government Camp village) was spectacular as when we gained altitude we were driving inside the clouds.

We checked in around lunch time to the Huckleberry Inn and went to a dive bar for a sandwich, a couple of beers and a game of pool (1 all). The bar wasn't particularly friendly so we did a bunch of laundry.

Dinner at a german cafe and in bed early with the hopes of being able to do a hike around one of the trails at the base of the mountain.
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Mt. Hood area

A travel blog entry by cblake3493 on May 31, 2014

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... Shining. The National Park Service provides a tour of the lodge, and we were able to go on the tour. We also watched a film on the history of the lodge. We sat in the back of the lodge on a bench looking at the snow covered Mt. Hood. Another fantastic view!

On the way back to our condo, we stopped at Little ZigZag Falls Trail. This is a short 0.6 miles round trip (depending on what resource you use) to a scenic waterfall along a beautiful stream. ...

Winding up loose ends & Adios!

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Oct 31, 2013

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This is the third and last of a 3 part series of blogs of "All about Salmon in the Hatchery from a volunteer's eye view". I told Jim that I thought he was writing a SOP (Standard Operating Procedure) for Volunteer duties! More like a book! Thus the reason to break it up a bit! This is also our last day of our tour at Bonneville Fish Hatchery ... For this season anyway! It has been a GREAT experience! We also have been in close proximity to family, ...

Fish Water And The Fruit Loop?

A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Sep 21, 2013

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... too much, just helped Jim and Connie do a couple of chores and tried to stay dry.

On our walk this morning we went outside the hatchery grounds on to Corp of Engineer land which we perceived as off limits. In fact, we know so because we read the huge sign stating that fact while hosting at the hatchery last year. It stands guard over a narrow asphalt road with railroad tracks imbedded down the center. The road and spur track cross a ...

24 Day Count Down For Our 2012 Peru Journey

A travel blog entry by lynnedd on Jul 23, 2012

... idea of our friend Mario and his wife. Two years ago the school became a reality serving 30 children and their families. Last year the school actually got water and bathrooms hooked up (yes the school did start without these basic necessities. This year through a miraculous connection with one of my sheep friends funds were secured to build a second floor onto this school thus increasing the number of children who may be served. When Tom and I are there in a few ...