Tu Tu’ Tun Lodge – Gold Beach, OR

Unique Oregon Inn near California and Coast Close to Gold Beach in Oregon and the Pacific Coast Highway, the Tu Tu Tun Lodge is a Unique Inn in a remote setting by the Rogue River not far from the California border. Seven miles inland from Oregon’s Gold Beach and the Pacific Coast Highway (Highway 101), […]

Visit the Pittock Mansion in Portland, Oregon

Hilltop Home is Legacy of Early Newspaper Publisher Henry Pittock The architecturally stunning historic home in Portland’s West Hills draws tourists for a taste of the lifestyle of one of Portland’s most prominent pioneer citizens. Henry and Georgiana Pittock built their mansion on 46 acres of land overlooking the city near the end of their […]

Train Trips in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest

Travel Packages & Rail Tours to Portland, Vancouver B.C. & the Coast Travelers enjoy scenic, relaxing train vacations to coastal cities and towns in Oregon and Washington, exploring the natural beauty, unique attractions, and vibrant life. Train tours afford a leisurely, comfortable mode of travel, allowing time to take in the scenery and relax. Travel […]

Yaquina Bay: Newport’s Historic Bayfront

Explore Bayfront in Newport Oregon Newport is a small town on the Pacific Coast in Oregon where the Yaquina River flows into Yaquina Bay. The Bayfront area has been transformed into an entertainment center with shopping and restaurants. The area now attracts tourists and the in-crowd, but still retains its ambiance as a fishing village. […]

Visit Ashland, Oregon

Ashland, Oregon Events & Activities Surrounded by mountains that host four distinct seasons, Ashland is known for its wine, theater, film, and friendliness. Shakespeare made Ashland famous, but the quaint town in southern Oregon has gone a long way to make sure the reputation it’s built for itself for the last 80 years as a […]

Seeking Out Oregon’s Picturesque Covered Bridges

Largest Collection of these Historic Structures in the West Covered bridges, usually associated with the eastern United States, were also built by the hundreds in early-day Oregon. Those that remain are photographers’ delights. There are few prettier sights than the sun breaking through the mist over the Mackenzie River and shining on the pristine white […]

Oregon City: The True End of the Oregon Trail

Oregon City: Pioneer History Destination Rich in pioneer history, Oregon City was the first incorporated city west of the Mississippi, became the capital of the Oregon Territory, and offers many unique attractions. Although many Americans are familiar with the Oregon cities of Portland, Salem, and Eugene, few have even heard of Oregon City. Willamette Falls […]

Historic Points of Interest in Salem Oregon

Explore the Oregon Capitol in Salem, rich in history, laden with intricate pioneer artwork, surrounded by beautiful landscape and characterized by its prominent Gold Man. Tour the Oregon Capitol Building Salem, Oregon’s capital city, is most recognized by its “Gold Man.” The Gold Man officially called the Oregon Pioneer, stands 23 feet tall atop the […]

Portland’s Public Fountains

Tour Lovejoy Fountain and Other Water Features in Portland, Oregon Visit Lovejoy Fountain, Salmon Street Springs, Skidmore and Keller Fountains, and Pioneer Courthouse Square on an Easy Downtown Tour by Foot and Streetcar Portland’s downtown water features and fountains are worth a visit, especially in the warm days of Summer. They can all be reached […]

Dog Parks in Corvallis, Oregon

Woodland Meadow and Willamette Park Provide Off-Leash Areas Enjoy the off-leash option of two Corvallis city parks where dogs and dog owners enjoy the freedom to roam in grassy meadows or along the Willamette River watching the birds. Corvallis, Oregon boasts a great variety of parks and recreational opportunities in the Willamette Valley. Discover several […]

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