Oregon Fishing Guides

Do you want to see everything that the Pacific Northwest has to offer? Then arrange a trip with a Professional Guide. There are many options for a guided trip, and selecting a guide can be overwhelming and frustrating at times. Jerre Munson, owner/operator of Takin’ Line Guide Services, is a well-known Oregon fishing guide who […]

Oregon Wine Regions

Oregon has one of the most diverse geo-climates in the world makes it one of the best places to grow several types of grapes for making high quality wines. This makes it possible for vintners to successful grow superb cool and warm-climate varieties within a small region. There are many things that affect the quality […]

Smith Rock State Park, Oregon

In the middle of Oregon lies an unlikely place. Here, in the arid plains of the High Desert, a collection of towering rock pillars, formations and cliffs form one of Oregon’s “Seven Wonders.” This is Smith Rock State Park, the birthplace of American sport climbing and one of the reasons that nearby Bend is such […]

Top 7 Oregon State Parks

There may be more than 250 Oregon state parks, covering 109,000 acres, but there are a few that are head and shoulders above the rest. These are the best state parks in Oregon, each and every one of them an awesome destination for outdoor activities, wildlife watching and camping. You’ll notice that many of the […]

Wildlife Safari in Oregon

A couple of weeks ago, we took a road trip down the Oregon Coast – to visit some of the beaches on the coast, the Oregon Coast Aquarium, and on the way, we even drove through the Redwood Forest. On our way back up to Washington, we drove through Winston, Oregon. Winston is the home of […]

Oregon Road Trip Itinerary

Road Trip Oregon When it comes to planning out what to do in Oregon, the options are endless! This state really is breathtaking, and I was blown away by its beauty. We had 6 days to drive from Medford, to the coast, up to Portland, and back to the coast again. We wanted to see […]

Willamette Valley – Oregon Wine Country

The fertile rolling hills southwest of Portland, Oregon are home to some of the best wines in America. Lacking the masses drawn to many other wine regions, the bucolic Willamette Valley may be America’s most civilized wine region. The Oregon wine country is the polar opposite of Napa or Long Island. It is quiet, with […]

Silverton Oregon Garden

Explore a Garden Oasis Located Near Silver Creek Falls Through educational programs and guided tours, explore how the Oregon Garden showcases native Oregon plants and flowers with spectacular beauty and design. The Oregon Garden Take a tour of the Oregon Garden, located near historic Silverton, Oregon. The garden is the masterpiece of decades of ideas […]

Bush’s Pasture Park & Barn in Salem, Oregon

Rose Garden, Art, Historic Attractions and Walking Trails Historic sites, art, beautiful gardens, and outdoor attractions keep visitors to Bush’s Pasture Park, House and Barn engaged during a trip to Oregon’s Capitol city. Bush’s Pasture Park is located just south of Salem’s downtown business district. This 90-acre park is home to spacious lawns, orchards, old […]

Hike the Opal Creek Trail

Walk an Ancient Forest & the Santiam River A moderately challenging hike to Jawbone Flats leaves hikers awed at beautiful ancient forest and river. Dogs, bikes are allowed on the Opal Creek Trail east of Salem. Opal Creek, located in the Cascade Mountains east of Salem, Oregon is a beautiful place. The massive ancient trees, […]

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