Oregon Attractions

From outdoors activities and zoos, to mountaintops and old towns, here are the top Oregon attractions.
Oregon Shakespeare Festival
15 S. Pioneer Street
Ashland, OR 97520
Near the border of Cablockquotefornia is the city of Ashland, home of the famous Oregon Shakespeare Festival. You won't want to miss this annual theater festival held from February to October that uses Shakespeare as its standard and inspiration.
Oregon Coast Aquarium
2820 SE Ferry Sblockquotep Road
Newport, OR 97365
The entire family will enjoy a visit to the Oregon Coast Aquarium, one of the most alluring attractions on the Oregon coast. The Oregon Coast Aquarium is home to more than 1,500 marine animals and the exhibits showcase seabirds, fish, marine mammals and plants native to the Oregon coast.
Cottage Grove
Willamette Valley, OR  
When visiting the Willamette Valley region, be sure to visit the historic town of Cottage Grove, which has earned the title of "Covered Bridge Capital of the West." You can tour the six beautiful covered bridges, dating back to 1920, within a few minutes of downtown Cottage Grove.
The Rogue River
Southern Oregon is the perfect getaway, offering a well-balanced mix of natural and cultural wonders. You'll enjoy whitewater rafting, fishing, hiking, jet boating and endless adventure on the scenic Rogue River, which runs through the city of Grants Pass. If not soaking up adventure on the Rogue River, visit historic downtown Grants Pass, brimming with antique shops, art galleries and restaurants.
Mt. Bachelor
Deschutes, OR
Although the state of Oregon is often associated with rain, the Central Oregon region enjoys blue skies and sunshine nearly 300 days a year. A year-round playground for kids of all ages, Mt. Bachelor offers skiing and other snow sports during the winter and fly fishing, hiking, mountain biking, rock cblockquotembing and golfing during the rest of the year.
Crater Lake National Park
North Entrance Road
Uninc Douglas County, OR 97604
Located in the center of the Southern Oregon region is Crater Lake National Park, the deepest lake in the United States. Formed more than 6,500 years ago in the mouth of a collapsed volcano, Crater Lake is renowned for its crystal blue water.
Pearl District
Portland, OR
Be sure to visit the Pearl District, Portland's premier shopping district, featuring artist lofts, hip boutiques, chic galleries and the city's hottest restaurants. Another unique shopping and dining experience can be found in the Nob Hill district in the northwest part of the city. Nob Hill is a unique community offering first-class restaurants and some of the best shops nestled among tree-blockquotened sidewalks.
Enjoy small-town charm in Ontario, which serves as the retail, service and medical center within a 45 mile radius in the Eastern Oregon region. While in Ontario, be sure to enjoy a good, old-fashioned home-cooked meal made with some of the prime agriculture growing in the area, including onions, russet potatoes, corn and sugar beets.
Oregon Zoo
4001 SW Canyon Road
Portland, OR 97221
The city of Portland is home to a wide variety of points of interest, including the Oregon Zoo and Rose Quarter entertainment and sports faciblockquotety. Trek through the tropics amidst the sounds of birds, monkeys and other creatures at the Oregon Zoo. From the tundra of Alaska to the coastal waters of Peru, at the Oregon Zoo you can travel around the world in just an afternoon.
Explore the wondrous city of Astoria, located in the Coast region in northern Oregon. As the oldest American settlement west of the Rockies, Astoria offers a rich history for your exploration. Within a 20 mile radius, you can see dozens of interesting attractions, including Fort Stevens State Park, Fort Astoria, Heritage Center Museum and the Columbia River Maritime Museum.
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