The SHARC offer a multitude of activities including: outdoor and indoor pools, lazy river, water slides, social hot tub, tot splash & play areas, event space/amphitheater, fitness center (SROA owners only), cafe, park, picnic areas, playground, bocce ball, basketball, year-round tubing hill.
Two big water-slides are part of the new facility
SHARC is located on a 22-acre site between Beaver Drive and Overlook Road, bordered on the south by Theater Drive.
SHARC was under construction for several years.
The grounds have a rock climbing wall.
SHARC Admission: Memorial Day-Labor Day
Adults (18 & older): Free with 2012 SROA Owner ID or guest pass / $25 general public
Children (4-17) & seniors (60+): Free with 2012 SROA Owner ID
or guest pass / $20 general public
Tubing only: Free with 2012 SROA Owner ID or guest pass / $15 general public
This summer, visitors are finding other improvements in Sunriver including a new building for the Village Bar & Grill.
The Sunriver Village Mall has had a face-lift.
The ice rink (which during summer becomes a put-put golf course) and a mini-train add ambiance.
Favorite activities, like horse riding, engage visitors.
The Deschutes River still offers recreational opportunities including fishing and boating.
Golf and biking are summer family traditions for many.
If you go, check out the free Concerts at Sunriver’s SHARC Amphitheater on Sundays from 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM.
The nonprofit Sunriver Music Festival is also coming up in August and features concerts and a dinner/auction on August 5th.
Tigard, June 23rd. The JoyRide starts from Paradise Harley-Davidson with registration at 9am and the first bike out at 10am. JoyRide concludes at CCA’s Caring Cabin in Pacific City. 7-year old cancer survivor, Austin, cuts the ribbon to officially start the ride
Welcome to the most caring motorcycle ride around, the 3rd Annual JoyRide benefitting the Children’s Cancer Association’sCaring Cabin. Join us for this heartwarming exprience and make a difference in the life of a child.
Over 50 riders braved the rain to ride to CCA’s Caring Cabin in Pacific City
Iris Harrison and the KGON team come out to kick off the 3rd Annual JoyRide
Cliff, Zach and Kate Ellis enjoying the sun out at the Caring Cabin
From CCA: 3rd Annual JoyRide for Children’s Cancer Association Lifts Spirits
For seriously ill children, teens and their families, every moment is precious. When kids need more than medicine, CCA is a voice of experience and hope. We prescribe JOY.
When seriously ill children and their families need more than medicine, CCA’s innovative programs create joy one moment at a time.
In 1995, Regina Ellis’s daughter Alexandra died after a 2 1/2 year battle with cancer. Out of those dark days, a beacon of hope emerged. Alexandra’s family knew through hard experience that even the best medical care cannot provide for the many non-medical needs of families with seriously ill children. That same year, with the help of wonderful community leaders, the Children’s Cancer Association …was born. It’s mission was to give other families a compassionate resource for critical needs and programs that bring joy to young hearts. We understand the unique needs of families in medical crisis. We work with an extraordinary team of staff, medical professionals and community volunteers to meet those needs with innovative programs and services. As we begin our 14th year, we’re grateful to be recognized as a national leader bringing Joy Rx to tens of thousands of kids and their families.
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