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Oregon Travel Vacation Guide

Oregon


Oregon vacation rentals

Thousands of tourists come to Oregon every year to explore its majestic Cascade Mountains, Crater Lake, its magnificent countryside and vibrant cities. Tourists that are looking for affordable deals in Oregon will find many interesting accommodation options that sleep large parties at low prices. Whether you are looking for homey atmosphere or comfort and privacy, you will find it all at an Oregon vacation rental. Oregon condos, Oregon vacation rental homes, central Oregon vacation rentals and many more are waiting for travelers in this state. Find a perfect lodging and enjoy your family getaway.

Things to do in Oregon

Oregon is a land of diversity, from the picturesque coastal scenery, rugged cliffs, lush evergreen forests to impressive sand dunes and sandy beaches of Pacific coast. Oregon lures travelers with its coastal quaint towns, legendary seafood, stunning state parks, historic lighthouses and breathtaking landscapes. Those who appreciate art and culture will enjoy Oregon's countless museums, art galleries and world-class aquariums. Oregon's cities such as Lincoln, Sunriver and Bend offer a myriad of outdoor activities and nightlife fun for all the members of the family.

Crater Lake

The crystal blue waters of Crater Lake lure thousands of visitors per year looking for adventure, relaxation and breathtaking views. Known from its sublime beauty, Lake Crater is the deepest lake in United States. Nestled between scenic High Cascades, the lake region is a true mecca for outdoor enthusiasts. Some of the best biking, hiking, snowshoeing and country skiing can be enjoyed at the Crater Lake and its beautiful surroundings. Many Oregon vacation rental homes are also available in the lake area.

Salem

Located an hour from the Cascade Mountains to the east and an hour from the ocean beaches to the west, Salem is the second largest city of Oregon full of historic sites, museums, events and beautiful gardens. From the vibrant downtown, historic district to green pastures surrounding the city, Salem offers a wide array of outdoor and sightseeing opportunities. Visit Salem's capitol building and admire its marble halls, paintings, murals and sculptures which illustrate crucial events of Oregon's history. Also, do not miss the Mission Mill Village, a reconstructed woolen mill that is now a living history museum and enjoy your private tour with a guide dressed in a period costume.

Portland

Portland, also called the City of Roses is Oregon's largest metropolitan area which offers a myriad of activities and things to do. Portland is located about 70 miles from the Pacific coast and is nestled in a magnificent setting between the sparkling waters of the Columbia and Willamette Rivers. Portland's interesting art galleries, Saturday Market, theatre and historic old town keep tourists busy for weeks. Take a stroll along Tom McCall Waterfront Park and enjoy its charming cafes, marinas and frequent outdoor events. If you enjoy nightlife, Portland will captivate you with its varied world class performances, ballet, modern dance shows and Broadway musicals. Numerous affordable Oregon hotels can be found in Portland.

Hiking and biking trails of Bend

With the majestic Cascades in the background, dense evergreen forests and crystal mountain lakes, Bend is blessed with exceptional natural beauty. Its spectacular scenery and location at the edge of the Deschutes National Forest make it a true paradise for bikers and hikers. Well marked mountain bike routes, maps and brochures help bikers to easily move around this beautiful area. Book an Oregon lodging and take a round through the Phil's/Jim's trail, a local favorite among all the routes .

The Willamette Valley

Get off the beaten path and visit Oregon's scenic countryside. The Willamette Valley is the heart of Oregon's agricultural region. Featuring picturesque historic towns, numerous colorful famers' markets and beautiful scenery, this part of Oregon is the perfect place for cyclists and hikers. There are also more than 200 wineries producing many vintage types of wine such as Pinot noir and Riesling among others. Explore local culinary scene, taste finest wines and horseback ride across historic and scenic bridges of Willamette Valley.

Oregon Coast

Close to 400 miles of unspoiled scenic coastline, Sahara-like dunes, lush greenery and rugged cliffs characterize Oregon's pacific coast. Recreation opportunities include fishing, cycling, scuba diving and for more adventurous surfing. Besides endless water sports activities, you can also take long walks through old-growth forests, watch birds and whales? the list is never ending. Those who like art and culture will be fascinated by a wide choice of aquariums, galleries, theatres and festivals. Oregon coast vacation rentals also dot this beautiful area.

World Known Top Events in the State of Oregon

Oregon Shakespeare Festival
Ashland, Feb. 15-Nov. 2

Portland Rose Festival
Portland, May 28-June 7
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