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- 1Oregon, USA10 reviews
Mount Hood, called Wy'east by the Multnomah tribe, is a stratovolcano in the Cascade Volcanic Arc of Northern Oregon. Mount Hood is considered the Oregon volcano most likely to erupt, although based on its history, an explosive eruption is unlikely. Still, the odds of an eruption in the next 30 years are estimated at between 3 and 7 percent, so ...
- 2Oregon, USA245 reviews
Eco-friendly and hippie. Great public transit system incorporating buses and a streetcar system. Biker friendly with dedicated bike lanes all over the city. Multiple microbreweries across town make Portland a premier destination for brewery hopping and craft beer enthusiasts.
- 3Oregon, USA2 reviews
West Linn is Clackamas and right next to Lake Oswego, I pass through (and stop for breakfast) every time I go to my Son's school. West Linn has a history of early development, prompted by the opportunity to harvest energy from nearby Willamette Falls. It was named after U.S. Senator Lewis F. Linn of Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, who had advocated ...
- 4Oregon, USA25 reviews
See My Reviews of Crater Lake National Park, the Crater Lake Lodge, and the Crater Lake Dining Room.
- 5Oregon, USA10 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 ...
- 6Oregon, USA52 reviews
Came here in October of 2011 for the very first time for our honeymoon. We lucked out with some great sunshine in an otherwise usually wet month. All of the natural beauty here is breath-taking.
- 7Oregon, USA16 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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- 9Oregon, USA26 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!
- 10Oregon, USA4 reviews
Sunriver is a great place for folks who like being out of doors. The resort itself (Sunriver is actually the name of the resort, not the town which is confusing) is massive. It's sort of a town unto itself with a hotel, some condos, a number of small homes all of which are connected by bike paths. There are plenty ...
- 11Oregon, USA14 reviews
Many couples have a special place that the return that is "playing their song". Ours is Ashland Oregon and since 2006 when we early into our still tentative relationship. Back in the late 1980s, I used to come up in the Summer with friends whose family had retired up here. That was when the Outdoor Elizabethan Theater at Oregon Shakespeare ...
- 12Oregon, USA10 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 ...
- 13Oregon, USA24 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 ...
- 14Oregon, USA17 reviews
Newport is the most incredible Oregon Coastal town, centered around not only tourism, but Science. NOAH, Coastal Aquarium, and Ocean Research Center
- 15Oregon, USA6 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...
- 16Oregon, USA6 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.
- 17Oregon, USA15 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!
- 18Oregon, USA5 reviews
A small western style town named after the Three Sisters Mountains in the Cascades. Shopping, good food and atmosphere. http://www.sistersoregonguide.com/
- 19Oregon, USA6 reviews
Quaint shops. great restaurants. Fun to browse. Mushroom festival each. October. New brewhouse and farm store. Green Salmon coffee shop.
- 20Oregon, USA15 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.