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  • From North: I-5 South - exit 299A Lake Oswego - follow signs to South Waterfront—veer left under freeway—go straight through light onto Bancroft Street
  • From East: I-84 West to I-5 South and follow directions from the North route
  • From South: I-5 North - exit 298 Corbett Ave—right onto Corbett-left at 4-way stop that is Boundary St—left at light onto Macadam—right on Bancroft Street
  • From West: Hwy 26 East and follow signs to Salem—take the 6th Ave/Ross Island exit and follow signs to the Ross Island Bridge and then the sign to  Macadam Ave before crossing the bridge—keep following signs for Macadam-once on SW Hood follow sign for South Waterfront-veer left under freeway—straight through light to Bancroft Street
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