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Kid's snow camping

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My 6 year old boy wants to do an overnight snow camping trip. I am new to the Portland area and looking for a place to take him that wouldn't involve more than a mile or two of snow shoeing. Any one have a good suggestion?

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Trillium lake area. Or maybe Mirror Lake, below Tom Dick Harry peak.

Both a pretty convenient, and also popular & well-travelled during the day.

If you're looking for more seclusion, you'll need to go further off the beaten path.

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