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Wake Responsibly Coming to Bend
Protect Towed Water Sports on Lake Billy Chinook
New Peer-Reviewed Paper Analyzing Wake Surfing Finds Minimal Impact to Shoreline When Operating at 200 Feet from Shore
Newberg Pool Bill Goes into Law
Legislature Devastates Boating Community with Passage of Senate Bill 1589
Newberg Pool Bill Likely to Sink Local Canby Small Business Expansion
Mount Hood Environmental Testifies
Newberg Pool Bill Stalled in House
ACTION ALERT: Submit Written Comment Today
ACTION ALERT: 2/21 NEWBERG POOL PUBLIC HEARING
Newberg Pool Bill Passes Senate Floor
Newberg Pool Bill Passes Senate Committee
SB 1589 Senate Hearing Fact Check
ACTION ALERT: 2/10 SUBMIT WRITTEN COMMENT
ACTION ALERT: 2/9 NEWBERG POOL PUBLIC HEARING
The Truth About Wake Surfing
New Legislation Takes Aim at Newberg Pool Towed Water Sports
Tell policymakers the Newberg Pool should be safely shared
There's a better way to share the Willamette River
Health of Willamette riverbanks needs careful review
Opinion: Keep Oregon's outdoor economy booming
Legal Action Taken to Repeal Lower Willamette River Regulations
Upper Willamette Bill Dies in House Upon Session Adjournment
Wake Responsibly – Willamette River Edition

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NEWBERG POOL VIRTUAL TOUR

Matt Radich, President of Active Water Sports, takes viewers on a tour of the Newberg Pool, arguably one of the most highly regulated bodies of water in Oregon.

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Towed Sports in the Newberg Pool

The Newberg Pool is a 20-mile section of the Willamette River from river mile 30-50, roughly between Roger's Landing in Newberg and Bernert Landing in West Linn. 

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Willamette River Safety

We have an amazing and diverse river community. It's important to share with our fellow water enthusiasts important rules and tips for how to coexist together safely on the water.

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About Oregon Families for Boating

Oregon Families for Boating is a community of boating enthusiasts, clubs and local small businesses dedicated to ensuring boating opportunities are accessible to all Oregonians.