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    Multnomah Falls

    71 reviews

    One of the Portland area's most famous natural attractions. If you are looking for a taste of the beautiful nature of Oregon the gorge is a great option. It's not too far from the city so it's easy to do if you are visiting the area.

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    International Rose Test Garden

    30 reviews

    Absolutely beautiful! Even during the winter, the roses are just amazing. With so many varieties, even an avid rose connoisseur is sure to find something new to admire. It's beautiful and educational at the same time!

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    Portland Farmers' Market

    24 reviews

    Hands down the best farmer's market I've ever seen! All natural, high quality vendors most with samples! The market has very high standards and only accepts a few new stands out of approximately one thousand applicants each year. The most incredible variety of meats, cheeses and produce. Also, prepared foods, deserts, jams, sauces, soups and so much more. Great selection ...

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    Crater Lake National Park

    10 reviews

    You must visit Crater Lake if you're passing through Orgeon. It's breathtaking, and a very unique sight. No place else on earth combines a deep, pure lake, so blue in color; with sheer surrounding cliffs, almost two thousand feet high; two picturesque islands; and a violent volcanic past. It is a place of immeasurable beauty!

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    Forest Park

    19 reviews

    One of the biggest innercity parks in the country, Forest Park encompasses miles of woodland trails, and is super popular with hikers and joggers. The most popular trail here is the Wildwood Trail, which is around 30 miles long and connects Forest Park to the adjacent Washington Park (where you'll find the zoo, the Rose Garden, the Children's Museum, and ...

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    Japanese Garden

    28 reviews

    The Japanese Garden is one of the very few tourist attractions in Portland. If you are visiting as a tourist it's worth checking out, it's also nice if you local and looking for something different to do.

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    Portland Saturday Market

    39 reviews

    Cool local vendors selling everything from soap to ball gowns. Delicious food as well.

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    Washington Park

    19 reviews

    Bored and don't know what to do? Washington Park has many things for you to do. Archery, trails, the zoo, memorials, museums, gardens, and much more!

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    Powell's City of Books

    109 reviews

    If you don't visit Powell's when you come to Portland, you will be missing out!

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  • 10

    Cathedral Park

    2 reviews

    This is a remarkable space for a park under a bridge. With a beautiful view of the Willamette and Forest Park, it makes for a great spot for a picnic, people watching and dog walking. And then there is the gorgeous St. Johns bridge...

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    Mt. Hood National Forest

    2 reviews

    This photo is of Ramona Falls, the half way point pay off of the Ramona Falls Trailhead hike (trail #797) located in Mt. Hood National Forest. This is a loop trail that is approximately 7 miles from start to finish and is open from mid May to October. Be sure to check exact opening dates of the trail head before ...

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  • 12

    St. Johns Bridge

    6 reviews

    Best bridge in the city/area. Photogenic from all angles and cathedral park is a must visit.

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  • 13

    Laurelhurst Park

    6 reviews

    Southeast Portland's sprawling Laurelhurst Park is an excellent place to picnic, take your dog, play frisbee or just hang out. There's an enormous duck pond that's popular with families (come equipped with a loaf of bread), large, open designated off-leash dog run areas, and plenty of picnic tables. In the summer, it's not unusual to see groups of people practicing ...

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  • 14

    Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge

    2 reviews

    My sister and I enjoy strolling the waterside trails at Oaks Bottom and doing a bit of birdwatching. We've seen flocks of hundreds of Canada Geese, Bald Eagles, Creepers, kinglets, warblers. It's a great place to just stretch out and enjoy nature, right in Portland.

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    Yaquina Head

    4 reviews

    A classic lighthouse with all of it's beauty. Very accessible with a wonderful view.

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    Neahkahnie Mountain

    2 reviews

    I've lived in Oregon just under 3 years now, have done quite a bit of day trip hiking, and Neahkahnie Mt is still very much in solid position in my top five favorite hikes. This picture was taken at the very top of the mountain (in early June) where a stone throne-like seat awaits you if you're willing/able and interested ...

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    Tom McCall Waterfront Park

    26 reviews

    Love the waterfront park in Portland! In the summer everyone comes out for the festivals in the park along the waterfront. Sometimes the lines can be long but overall Portland is not terribly crowded for a city. In fact the park is sometimes even better when there are no festivals on and you can enjoy the waterfront in peace and ...

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  • 18

    Mount Tabor Park

    15 reviews

    Mount Tabor is a verdant park atop an old cinder cone volacno, with lots of old trees interspersed with green spaces. It has great panoramic views of Portland, beautiful old trees, and is super fun to ride bikes down really fast. It's also very close to Hawthorne Boulevard, which has some of the cutest shops in town. There are numerous ...

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  • 19

    Columbia River Gorge/Mount Hood Loop

    9 reviews

    Beautiful! One of Portland's most popular tourist attractions which is not technically IN Portland.

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    Gabriel Park

    2 reviews

    This is my Son's neighborhood park and at 90+ acres, it's relatively huge. It has plenty of space to walk around in it's nicely wooded expanse, and has the other stuff that folks like including a baseball field, basketball court, tennis, picnic areas, and an off-leash area for Fido.

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