Oregon Dunes National Rec Area
40 miles of rolling sand mounts that tower at 500 feet in the air; it's the largest concentration of sand dunes in the country and unique to any coastline in the world.
The owner of Clock Tower Ales describes the town known as the end of the Oregon Trail.
An 889 acre National Wildlife Refuge near the mouth of the Coquille River. It is an oasis for migrating shorebirds, waterfowl, Bald Eagles, Brown Pelicans and Coho Salmon.
Whether your suitcase holds hiking boots and binoculars or designer heels and shades, you’ll find plenty of suitable destinations on the streets and trails of Portland.
Located on the central coast and a favorite tourist destination since the 1860s. Visit the Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area and climb to the top of the 93 foot Yaquina Head Lighthouse - Oregon's tallest lighthouse.
When you travel to the Brookings area you will find soaring giant redwood trees and a wonderful collection of Oregon State Parks.
You might think of Malibu for surfing, but wet suits and smooth sands make learning to ride Oregon waves a practical proposition.
You can hike anywhere, but in Oregon you can hike everywhere - trails through alpine passes, through ancient fossil beds and overlooking the Pacific.
Offering an array of active experiences ranging from whitewater rafting to golf, fishing to cycling or even shopping and wine tasting. Oregon has an adventure for everyone.
The Heathman Hotel
Experience the Art of Luxury in the heart of downtown Portland, Oregon. Historic grandeur, impeccable service and stylish modern amenities in perfect proportion.
Cannon Beach Hallmark Hotel
Come step into a world of spectacular oceanfront views, comfortable guestrooms and suites.
North Umpqua River Rafting
Generations of thrill seekers have celebrated this wild and scenic river. Pass through gorges, ancient wilderness and lush forest. Dine at the iconic Steamboat Inn.
Mt. Hood Territory
From the 11,245-foot peak of its most recognized landmark to the offerings of Portland and the Willamette Valley, Mt. Hood Territory is ripe with activities to be explored.
Corvallis is located in western Oregon and bird watching is a popular activity.
A Works Project Administration (WPA) art project, the lodge incorporates some of the best examples of the painting, wood carving and iron work of the era. Located in southern Mt. Hood.
The Allison Inn
35 hillside acres, elegant gardens and pathways connecting to the vineyards and outdoor venues. 85 luxury guestrooms, 8 spacious suites & 12 spa treatment rooms. 60 minutes from Portland.
The Old West Scenic Bikeway
A beautiful 175-mile loop through rural Eastern Oregon. Pass through 10 small communities and the scenery shifts between ponderosa pines and basalt rock.
With emphasis on local, organic sourcing and simple straightforward presentations, Urban Farmer redefines the modern Portland steakhouse.
Clackamas River Kayaking
The river is a tributary of the Willamette River that stretches nearly 83 miles long in northwestern Oregon. It is a year-round kayaking river.
Oregon Coast Aquarium
A world-class attraction nestled on beautiful Yaquina Bay in Newport - a living classroom for everyone. One of Oregon's top tourist attractions.
Columbia River Scenic Byway
The Columbia River Scenic Byway is a marvel—for its visionary engineering, incredible scenery and rich history.
Located on a bluff above The Dalles Dam, Celilo Inn overlooks the scenic Columbia River Gorge and the historic city of The Dalles.
You'll find plenty of restaurants, art galleries, breweries, shops and boutiques, coffee houses, bars and nightlife to keep you busy during your stay. See Drake Park and Mirror Pond.
Ashland Springs Hotel
An oasis of gentility and charm in the beautiful Rogue River Valley - the premier choice for lodging in Southern Oregon.