Nehalem Fork North
The North Fork is one of the major tributaries of the Nehalem estuary. During the 1920's, the North Fork had a splash dam that was used by loggers to corral, then deliver the lumber in a gush of water and logs down into the main Nehalem, to a waiting saw mill downstream in Wheeler. Today, it is popular with fishermen during the seasonal steelhead and salmon runs, but also has a lot to offer kayakers looking to enjoy the above-water views. Restoration of shore plant life was completed in the 1970's and much of the land is now under agricultural use.
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Scheduled Tours for Nehalem Fork North
||Fri||09/25/15||10:00am - 12:30pm||$59.00||(8)|
||Sun||10/11/15||11:15am - 01:45pm||$59.00||(8)|
||Fri||10/23/15||08:45am - 11:15am||$59.00||(8)|
||Sat||10/24/15||09:30am - 12:00pm||$59.00||(8)|
||Sun||10/25/15||10:00am - 12:30pm||$59.00||(8)|
||Fri||10/30/15||01:30pm - 04:00pm||$59.00||(8)|