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Oregon Trivia

Q: The Mt Hood National Forest has close to _______ acres of wilderness. Do you know how many acres there are?

A: There are 150,000 acres of wilderness in the Mt Hood National Forest.




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Fall is a great time to see Oregon!

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Discovering Oregon's historic past!

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When you travel through each of Oregon's regions, don't forget to click on the Oregon's Current Events! button at the left.  Oregon's current events are always changing. Each region has fun for the young and the young at heart.

Embrace Oregon in the fall with its outdoor activities and hours of fun!

Ride the Hood River train!

Oregon's wildlife!

 Oregon's Rain Forest!

Fishing at the Oregon Coast!

Day tours that are happening now!  

4 Hour Winery Tour.... With Appetizers

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Discovering Oregon's Past... Salem Heritage Tour

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A Beautiful Blend from Beginning to End Tour

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Historic Columbia River Gorge & Waterfall Tour

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Oregon Region's

*The Coastal region has miles of Ocean beaches, open to the public. The Coastal Mountain Range offers wonderful outdoor experiences. Camping, hunting, fishing, hiking, biking, and boating are just a few of the adventures which you can embrace. Astoria is a great place to visit and explore. Lewis and Clark visited the Astoria area.

*Southern Oregon is a region with thriving art communities, wonderful natural wonders like the Crater Lake National Park, The Southern Oregon region lets you experience the landscape of the beautiful Klamath Falls basin as well as the gorgeous southern Oregon coast line. Enjoy the wildlife, the outdoors and the quaint cities of this unique region.

*Central Oregon has the high desert, volcanic lava beds and many snow capped mountains such as Mt Jefferson, Mt Bachelor, the Three Sisters, and Mt. Washington. There are many lakes and rivers to fish or canoe. Places like the John Day Fossil Beds are great educational experiences of the past. Check out Jefferson County for some family fun.

*Mt Hood and The Columbia River Gorge region is very beautiful with the Columbia River, forests of Douglas fir trees, water falls that flow all year long. Outstanding year round sports like: windsurfing, all types of boating, water skiing, and snow sports are at your finger tips in this wonderful region. If you like learning about the past then ghost towns like Shaniko which was once the country's largest wool-shipping center are for you to explore. It is like stepping back in time.

*Eastern Oregon is extremely diverse with scenery. Traveling this region will take you to the Columbia Plateau, the Blue Mountains, through the ponderosa pines, and across the alkali desert. Exploring Eastern Oregon is a wonderful opportunity for observing farmland, wildlife, and natures miracles like; Hells Canyon, and the lofty Steen Mountains.

*The Willamette Valley is a region with many historic towns, covered bridges and fertile farmland. The Willamette Valley is filled with family fun year round on the rivers, lakes, sports events and the many festivals. This region has become known for its fine wines, and micro brew as well as for its art communities.

*The Portland region invites you to the country life and the city life. Diverse  with cultural attractions, restaurants, night life and outdoor experiences. This region is surrounded with the beauty of mountains, rivers, lush forest and it is the largest city in Oregon.

 

Oregon's State Capital

Here is a taste of what is happing In 2015!  

Check out the Embrace Oregon Tours page for more fun adventures.

Lavender Festival & Farm Tour

July 11 & 12, 2015

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Northern & Central Oregon Coastal Excursion

Sept 8 - 18, 2015

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Columbia Gorge /Eastern Tour

Sept 23 - Sept 27, 2015

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Escape in Oregon Vacation

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Embrace Oregon Favorites

Embrace Oregon has many favorites. Here are a few of Embrace Oregon's Favorites for you to experience and enjoy.

Places to stay:

Wine Country B&B

Lions Gate B&B

Geiser Grand Hotel

Dundee Manor

Places to eat:

The Recipe

The Brick House

Spirit Mountain Buffet 

The Stonehedge Gardens

Places to see:

Lake of the Woods

Hells Canyon

Anthony Lake

Oregon Sand Dunes

Oregon Products:

D.R.Stone Rod Co.

Flat Glass Mama

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This online magazine was designed to help everyone know and enjoy the State of Oregon. You will find all that Oregon has to offer...  from events and festivals, vacation ideas, fun for the family, places to see, shop and stay.

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