Sauvie Island Wildlife Area

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The Sauvie Island Wildlife Area boat ramp in Oregon is a concrete boat ramp that provides access to the Multnomah Channel. It is approximately 20 feet wide and can accommodate a variety of watercraft, including motorized boats, kayaks, and canoes. The ramp is operated by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and is open year-round.

The Multnomah Channel is a narrow waterway that runs between Sauvie Island and the mainland. It is part of the Columbia River system and is popular for recreational boating and fishing. The channel is relatively calm, with little current, making it suitable for small boats and paddlecraft.

According to the latest information available on the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife website, the Sauvie Island Wildlife Area boat ramp is currently open and operational. However, due to ongoing construction in the area, there may be temporary closures or restrictions in place. It is recommended to check the website or call ahead before planning a trip to the ramp.

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