Things to do in Oregon City, Beavercreek, Canby, Colton and Molalla

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Freja

Colton, OR

#1 Jan 14, 2013
The most fun thing to do in the Molalla area is to go swimming up the Molalla river. Table Rock is a nice place to party. In colton you can swim in Milk Creek or go up into the mountains. You can do a lot of camping and other outdoor activities. Oregon City and Canby are a bit bigger. Shopping is the thing to do when your in Oregon City and Canby. Beavercreek is a lot like Colton. Both Colton and Beavercreek are very rural areas.
Janet

Colton, OR

#2 Feb 19, 2013
If you happen to be in the area around Christmas time there is a beautiful display of Christmas Lights at Aspen Meadow Celebration of Lights located at 24232 S. Upper Highland Rd., Colton, OR 97017. The event is held every year, and a lot of people visit. They decorate the entire area. It's very festivey, and very pretty. It is a must-see attraction.

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