OUR SPONSORS

To see an alphabetical list, go to this page. For more about each sponsor, click the sponsor name. To become a sponsor fill out the form on this page.

Sauvie Island Ornamentals Wholesale grower of quality shade and flowering trees.
Sauvie Island Natives Native plants for your backyard habitat. By appointment only.
Bailey Nurseries Wholesale bareroot nursery in business since 1905.
Sauvie Island Community Church We are a non-denominational congregation affiliated with Village Missions
Linnton Feed & Seed Linnton Feed & Seed has been supporting rural and urban farming and agriculture since 1946.
Columbia Farms U-Pick You-pick and we-pick farm fresh produce
Shirley Walton Real Estate Broker, Oregon & Washington Helping you navigate selling and buying your Home & Property.
Topaz Farm Local, family-owned farm featuring no-spray produce, entertainment and much more.
Sauvie Island Grange Serving the community since 1935! Rent our hall for non-alcoholic events.
The Pumpkin Patch Local farm-fresh produce at low, farm-direct prices. U-Pick, Animal Barn, Giftshop, Cafe.
Charlton Kennels and Farm Quality, low stress, all breed boarding and obedience training
Minoggie Kennels All breed boarding and obedience/retriever training.
HomeLight Looking to buy or sell a home in Portland, Oregon?
Sauvie Island Farms "Pick Your Own" berries, peaches, veggies, flowers and Christmas trees.
Sauvie Island Kennels Professional all-breed pet boarding, training and grooming

Biking

Bicycles are allowed on all roads and areas open to motor vehicles; however, they are not allowed on Oak Island.

  • The most popular ride is the 12-mile loop around the lower end of the island comprised of Sauvie Island Road, Reeder Road, and Gillihan Road. There is a large tourist information map on the parking lot premises at the foot of the island bridge.

Special riding/driving considerations of the island:

  • This is an agricultural zone, which can pose the following safety concerns:
    • slow-moving farm equipment is on the road
    • tall crops alongside the road can present challenging biking and driving conditions.
  • The island roads have neither shoulders nor a biking path; consequently bikers have to share the road with vehicles. As the paved roads are only two-lane, it is suggested that bikers ride single file to allow room for cars to pass by safely without entering into oncoming lanes.
  • The first 1.5 miles of Sauvie Island Rd is a dike road; bikers take extreme caution here; as drop off on both sides of the road can be extremely steep.
  • At three intersections on the island one street requires traffic to STOP and the intersecting traffic is not required to stop. These are:
    • Where Reeder Rd intersects with Sauvie island Road;  Reeder Road traffic must stop while Sauvie Island Road traffic does not.
    • Where Reeder Rd intersects with Gillihan Road; Reeder Road traffic must stop while Gillihan Road traffic does not.
    • Where Gillihan Road intersects with Sauvie Island Road (northbound @ turnaround by bridge).  Gillihan Road traffic must stop while Sauvie Island Road traffic does not.
  • Remember, these considerations are especially important as the island is now experiencing over 1.5 million visitors per year.