Hiking Trips in Western Oregon

Explore Bald Hill Near Corvallis, Hike Opal Creek in the Cascades From the coast to the Cascades, Oregon’s beautiful venues intrigue hikers and walkers with spectacular views of towering trees, dense forests, and snow-capped mountains. Finding hiking trails in Oregon is easier than you think if you know where to look. The areas surrounding Oregon’s […]

Beautiful Camp Sherman Oregon

Excursion to the Central Oregon Cascade Mountains Travel to Central Oregon through the Cascade Mountains, following the Santiam River to Detroit Reservoir, over the summit of Santiam Pass, and on to Camp Sherman. Best Time for Traveling This trip to Central Oregon is best taken in mid-September to October, depending on the weather. The autumn […]

Oregon Wine Day Trips

A Quick Trip to 4 Wineries in Oregon While many wine country outposts can be removed from cities and take a long time to travel to, these Oregon wine destinations are close enough to home for a day trip. Oregon spring and summer days are ideal for short day trips. With Oregon wines growing in […]

Columbia River Gorge Attractions

National Scenic Area Offers Water Sports, Sightseeing, Hiking & More Waterfalls, wildflowers, geological wonders, Native American history, blooming fruit trees, and windsurfing await in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. As the Columbia River flows through the Cascade Mountains between the states of Oregon and Washington, it cuts through a canyon 85 miles long […]

Columbia Gorge Wildflower Hikes

Oregon Blooming Sites The Columbia River dividing Washington and Oregon cuts through a steep gorge of high plateaus and sweeping meadows that bloom with carpets of wildflowers from March to July. The 85-mile Columbia River Gorge, running to 4,000 feet deep, was carved by ice age floods. River tributaries cut off high above the gorge […]

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), […]

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 […]

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