Sailing in Cascade Locks

Posted by West Columbia Gorge Chamber on Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Cascade Locks is known across the world as an amazing location for sailing and other water sports. Cascade Locks is located along the Columbia River Gorge and includes more than just access to the water. Cascade Locks is home to waterfalls, hiking and the Bridge of the Gods, connecting Oregon to Washington. Learn more about sailing in Cascade Locks from the Columbia Gorge Racing Association below.

“The best place in the world to sail!” That’s what multi-class dinghy champ Jay Renehan had to say about Cascade Locks, Oregon, home of the Columbia Gorge Racing Association after the final race of the 2013 Tasar World Championships. “I could sail like that all day, every day. It was too much fun!”  – cgra.org  “Through our community sailing program in Cascade Locks, CGRA offers learn-to-sail programs for children ages 8-17 and recreational sailing opportunities for all.  CGRA also hosts weekly ‘Open Sail Evenings’ during the summer at Cascade Locks Marine Park. It’s a great opportunity for parents and kids to come down to the water and get out in the boats outside of class.”  – cgra.org

“Through our community sailing program in Cascade Locks, CGRA offers learn-to-sail programs for children ages 8-17 and recreational sailing opportunities for all.  CGRA also hosts weekly ‘Open Sail Evenings’ during the summer at Cascade Locks Marine Park. It’s a great opportunity for parents and kids to come down to the water and get out in the boats outside of class.”  – cgra.org 

SRC: Find information and resources for Sailing in Cascade Locks at: www.cascadelocks.net/things-to-do-sailing.php

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