Oregon Travel
Top 10 Must Visit
Top 10 Must Visit

Must See Vacation Spots & Oregon Tourist Attractions


Sea Lion Caves

Just 11 miles north of Florence, Oregon you will find the famous Sea Lion Caves. The twelve story high and 100 yard long cave is home to the only year round colony of Stellar's Sea Lions.

Mount Hood

50 miles east-southeast of Portland lies Oregon's largest mountain, Mount Hood. The highesst peak towers at 11,249 feet. Mount Hood is home to 12 glaciers and is considered Oregon's volcano most likely to erupt…

Bend Oregon

Visitors come to Bend Oregon for the activies. A partial list of things to do in Bend are downhill skiing, cross country skiing, hiking, biking, rafting, golfing, camping, fishing, picnicking, rock climbing, and general sightseeing. The Mount Bachelor ski resort and nearby Cascade Lakes are also a large draw for tourists…

Oregon Scenic Drive

This is a breathtaking 110 mile drive through resorts, picturesque oceanside communities, and forests along the Pacific Coastline. What you'll see along the way includes: Historic sites, gorgeous scenery of ocean and forest views, amazing seafood…

Portland Oregon

Portland has more great attractions than just about anywhere in Oregon. Here are just a sampling of the great places to visit in this favorite Oregon city: Classical Chinese Garden, Washington Park, Rhododendron Garden, Tom McCall Waterfront Park…

Crater Lake National Park

This beautiful lake in South Central Oregon has been made famous for being one of the deepest lakes in the world, which gives cause to it's second claim to fame…

Columbia Gorge Waterfalls

The Columbia River Gorge is a truly remarkable river canyon which cuts the only sea-level route through the Cascade Mountain Range. It's 80 miles long and up to 4,000 feet deep with the north canyon walls in Washington State and the south canyon walls in Oregon State. Although the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area is know for it's plethora of recreational activities, we have found it's claim to fame are the waterfalls. You won't grow tired of these 77 beautiful cascades, most famous is Multnomah Falls which is the second highest year-round waterfall in the United States.…

Pacific Coast Beaches

A trip to Oregon would not be complete with a visit to one of the many gorgeous beaches of the Oregon coast. From the Recreational Dunes in Florence to Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach, the harbor of Astoria or the lighthouse at Heceta Head…


Hells Canyon Recreational Area

Ranked as one of the more rugged areas in the nation, Hells Canyon is a 71-mile stretch of the fantastic Snake River Canyon. This is North America's deepest river gorge - more than 7,900 feet at one point (yes, even deeper than the Grand Canyon!) This recreation area is popular with…

Tillamook Cheese Visitor Center

Watch cheesemakers and packaging staff at work while you hear about the history and the cheesemaking process of this famous daily delectable. Located on the central coast of Oregon in the town of, you guessed it, Tillamook…