An Urban Charm and Natural Beauty

Oregon is the 9th state of the United States in the pacific northwestern region. It is also known as the beaver state because of the affiliation of beavers with the ancient record of the state. The beaver is the authorized land creature displayed on the Oregon state flag. The state has also been a favorite region for film shoots due to its distinctive geographies and its nearness to Hollywood. Movies shot in Oregon include Animal House, stand by me, and Free Willy. This state is home to thousands of lakes, streams, rivers vast range of mountains, and a variety of flora and fauna. Paulina Lake, Wallowa Lake, Trillium Lake, and Carter Lake are one of the most famous lakes there. There are also many hot springs present in Oregon. Additionally, it is a famous site for tourism and entertainment. With beautiful shorelines, State Parks, and a niche to some of the uppermost rated breweries and cafés, Oregon is the best place to do and see a lot.

Awesome places to visit in Oregon

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Crater Lake

Crater Lake has inspired people for hundreds of years. 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…

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John Day Fossil Beds National Monument

A visit to the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument is like taking a journey into ancient Oregon. Whether you tour the museum at Sheep Rock, hike a trail at the Painted Hills, or picnic at…

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Museum of Natural and Cultural History

The museum holds one of Oregon's most significant collections of Native American cultural and archaeological artifacts, spanning 15,000 years. Hand-crafted items, including textiles, musical instruments, weapons, and other objects representing traditional technologies and everyday life also…

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Oregon Caves National Monument

Oregon Caves National Monument offers family focused opportunities to explore a marble cave, visit a National Historic Landmark (the Oregon Caves Chateau), hike trails through ancient forests, and earn a Junior Ranger Badge. The Monument is…

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Portland Children’s Museum

Portland Children’s Museum has hands-on exhibits for kids aged 6 months to 13 years. Make a splash in WaterWorks. Tap dance across the Marimba Bridge. Check out your choppers with Wally Gator in the Kids' Clinic.…

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