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Forest Theatre is a movie theater which is part of the Act V chain headed by Robert Perkins, an expert in the field of motion pictures. His son, Rob Perkins IV is the director of the establishment. The father-and-son duo have ensured that the theater is equipped with all the latest technologies required for a pleasant movie-viewing experience. Private screenings and birthday packages are also available at the theater. These packages not only include a private party room but also a tour of the projection room.
Having opened its doors in 1937, the Cameo Theatre is a iconic single-screen movie theater in Newberg which shares a complex with the 99 W drive-in theater. Open through the year except on Christmas Eve, this historic cinema house still holds on to its old-world charm. Special screenings of old movies are also hosted here from time to time.
The Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1965 to primarily provide a vital habitat for wintering waterfowl and is now a sanctuary of sorts. A visit to the refuge can be both, on foot and by a vehicle. The 'Drive the Auto Tour Route' is a 4.2 mile loop through parts of the refuge, while the 'Kiwa Trail' is a 1.2 mile foot trail that's also wheelchair accessible; the CAR unit is open year round. There's also an 'observation blind'(a camouflaged lookout) to view wildlife and bird life, and cameras and binoculars are allowed. In specific seasons waterfowl hunting and fishing is also permitted.
Come visit McIver State Park whether you haul a trailer or sleep in a tent. Numerous activities to tackle include taking use of the sometimes challenging Columbia River in canoes or kayaks. Alternatives include riding lazily through the scenic trails on horseback or playing a leisurely game of golf. Among some of the occasional events here is an annual Civil Way re-enactment in April, where you are welcome to reserve space ahead for gatherings.
Champoeg is thought to be the true birthplace of Oregon, and therefore has been well preserved since 1843. As home to several festivals throughout the year, including the historical Indian Summer Folklife Festival and pageant held in the Champoeg Amphitheater, it has become very popular. The Amphitheater here is one of the newest additions to the park, built in 1993. However, many older buildings can be found, including the 1901 dedicated pavilion, Pioneer Church and the Visitors Center and Newellsville Museum Store. Daily 7AM