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.

Columbia Farms U-Pick U-pick offers the best u-pick berry experience.
Topaz Farm Local, family-owned farm featuring no-spray produce, bar & grill and more.
Pipsqueak Nursery Small orchard and nursery specializing in heirloom apple varieties.
The Mahaffy Group at Windermere Realty Trust Specializing in Sauvie Island Real Estate
Fazio AG LLC 4th generation Farm
Sauvie Island Grange Serving the community since 1935! Rent our hall for non-alcoholic events.
WisnerCreative WisnerCreative design studio creates graphics, books, and gardens.
Sauvie Island Natives Nursery Native plants for your backyard habitat. By appointment only.
Sauvie Island Farms "Pick Your Own" berries, peaches, veggies, flowers and Christmas trees.
ZenBusiness Start and Grow Your Side Hustle or Dream Business
Kline Law Offices P.C. Dedicated to obtaining justice for injured people.
The MAiZE The Maize is Portland's Original Corn Maze
The Pumpkin Cottage Giftshop Sauvie Island's Giftshop! The Pumpkin Cottage
The Pumpkin Patch and The Maize Market, Animal Barn, Cafe, U-pick, Giftshop, Maize
All Natural Meats Locally raised grass fed and finished beef

Boating & Kayaking

It is approximately a 50-mile trip to circumnavigate Sauvie Island!

Boating rules and safety

  • No Wake zones are posted on both sides of the Multnomah Channel north and south of the Sauvie Island bridge; south of Sauvie Island moorage and the north end of Mayfair Moorage (at Pier Road boat launch). Please show consideration to our floating homes residents.  See Oregon State Marine Board website for more information on wakes.
  • Multnomah Channel is popular in summer. Boaters be careful for water skiers and tubers in the water.
  • After heavy rains there is a large amount of floating timber in both the Multnomah channel and Columbia River. These are often times largely submersed. Slow is the recommended speed.

Boat Ramps and docks

  • Sauvie Island Boat Ramp – located at the end of Ferry Rd across from Fire Station on Sauvie Island Road.  Has an adjoining parking facility and bathrooms maintained by Portland Metro.
  • Hadley’s Landing – borders Wapato State Greenway on the Multnomah Channel is a boat dock and small picnic area with a seasonal port-a-potty, picnic tables and horse-shoe pits.
  • Cove Marina – lies in a small inlet on the Sauvie Island shore just upstream from Willow Point.  A Launching ramp is available but no fuel.

Kayaking

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Cunningham Slough

The Multnomah Channel or the Columbia River waters which border the island are obvious paddling waterways; however both have a lot of boat traffic which may include barges, sailboats and power boats and additionally, the Columbia River sees heavy ocean-going container-ship traffic. The Cunningham Slough provides easy water kayaking.

A great family paddling option is Sturgeon Lake where there is a boat launch. 

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Osprey nest

Please take care not to disturb waterfowl and other bird or wildlife nesting areas that may be found along beaches and atop piers and pilings such as the Osprey nest pictured right.

At all times, wearing a PERSONAL FLOTATION DEVICE, regardless of conditions, is recommended.