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    Cannon Beach

    31 reviews

    A cute little seaside town, and incredible sweeping views of the rugged Oregon coast. Haystack Rock is located here.

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    236 reviews

    I’m convinced that the only reason every liberal in America hasn’t moved to Portland is because of its nine months of rain. Otherwise, there’s almost nothing not love. It’s a well-designed, ecologically friendly, forward thinking city with gorgeous trees and parks and hiking trails and mountains, quirky and interesting shops and restaurants, phenomenal art, a variety of thriving subcultures, effortless ...

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    Crater Lake

    25 reviews

    You will (or should visit) here once, and you'll never forget it! No place else on earth combines a deep, pure lake, so blue in color; sheer surrounding cliffs, almost two thousand feet high; two picturesque islands; and a violent volcanic past. It is a place of immeasurable beauty, and an outstanding outdoor laboratory and classroom.

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    The Willamette Valley

    10 reviews

    Portland, Oregon and the surrounding areas are incredibly beautiful! Great place to go for a little serenity! It's really an up-and-coming travel destination and not fully set up yet for tourists but it's great for some niche markets. The Portland area is really progressive and alternative so it attracts young people from all over America which makes it a great ...

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    27 reviews

    First time there, beautiful area, every outdoor sport imaginable is within a 10 minute drive from town. Great downtown area with quaint restaurants and shops, right on the Deschutes River. Planning on returning in November!

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    14 reviews

    Ashland is a wonderful town. Lots of shops, Shakespeare theater, great cafes and restaurants as well. My absolute favorite part of this trip though was all the great people i met! On your trip to Ashland Oregon you absolutly must not leave with out going to breakfast at the Morning Glory restaurant. They food is amazing, and the portions are ...

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    Lincoln City

    9 reviews

    It's a pretty nice city. Very popular place for people who live in Portland to go for a weekend on the beach. It can be chilly for those use to California beaches.

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    Oregon Coast

    10 reviews

    Take your time traveling along this coast line with it's winding roads but the view of the ocean and rock formations is worth every mile of it. Rock formations of Sea serpents will make you wonder if they are real. Mild temperatures and great lodging to be found. Not to mention the array of antique shops along the way. Oregon ...

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    24 reviews

    Eugene is a college town and the home of the University of Oregon Ducks. So there are a lot of things you might find in other similar college towns, such as more apartments that your typical suburb, more cheap restaurants and drinking establishments near campus, and services for students. But Eugene is a nice community in it's own right, and ...

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    Hood River

    6 reviews

    I lived here in1981-82; a wonderful place with a great sense of community. Sailboarding on the Columbia, snow skiing on Mt. Hood, bike riding, what ever you want, it's pretty much here...

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    6 reviews

    Fantastic beach that is really easy to get to. The town is a tourist trap, but that can be OK if you know that and just roll with it.

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    15 reviews

    Cute little suburb of Portland. Nothing really remarkable about it. Lot of Asian restaurants to choose from including Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese and lots of Korean!

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    Gold Beach

    2 reviews

    The beauty of the beach with all the boulders next to the mountains & trees of the of the National forest is the best of both.

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    15 reviews

    Salem is a quaint state capital, with the smaller town feel of a county capital than the entire state. It has a friendly feel, pretty relaxed vibe, and not too much traffic compared to other state capitals. It is only 90 minutes drive to Portland, if you want a little more city to visit.

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    7 reviews

    Smelly town in the summer I know because I lived there

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    10 reviews

    Astoria is a nice little city on the coast of Oregon. While it might not be super huge, it is a nice place to go to relax for a day. Has also some interesting sights to see.

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    14 reviews

    Florence is one of, if not the most, beautiful city I've ever been to. I liken it to fitting the entire majesty of the Renaissance into a tube sock alongside bricks and smacking it across your face. Thankfully, the beauty and art of this enchanting city is far more elegant than my sense of metaphor.

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    6 reviews

    This town is basically the only town in Southern Oregon that has a reasonably large population. If you'd have to live somewhere in Southern Oregon, live here. The folks are nice but again, it's outdoor country or bust for things to do.

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    6 reviews

    The Bybee Historic Inn is a GREAT B&B. Built in 1857 but with all new amenities. Superb breakfast. Hosts are so personable and just a delight to stay there. HIGHLY RECOMMEND.

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