Each year, millions of motorists wend their way into the Columbia River Gorge to take in the stunning beauty of …
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902 Wasco Ave., Suite 200 Hood River, OR 97031 United States 541-386-2333
Fri Jul 18 3:00pm - Sun Jul 20 8:00am
*McMenamins’ Edgefield Power Station (historically the Depression-era Multnomah County Poor Farm, transformed into a unique entertainment center) *the Old Columbia Scenic Hwy with spectacular photo ops at the Women’s Forum and Crown Pointe Vista House. *Bridal Veil Falls and the Oneonta Gorge. *Bonneville Power Administration including the fish ladder/hatchery and museum exhibits. *dinner at the historic Columbia Gorge Hotel on the shores of the river, or at Hood River Inn, a charming boutique hotel in the town of Hood River. *the Columbia Gorge Discovery Center in The Dalles *HOOD RIVER SATURDAY MARKET Come enjoy local and regional arts and crafts, cut flowers, food, live music and entertainment. Every Saturday from 9am-3pm....rain or shine!
*AINSWORTH STATE PARK (17 miles E. of Troutdale, Oregon 800.551.6949) Nestled in the awe-inspiring Columbia River Gorge, Ainsworth is equal parts waterfall wonderland, hiker's playground and camper's delight. Situated at the eastern end of Historic Highway 30, from Ainsworth to Crown Point to the west, you'll find the world's greatest concentration of high waterfalls (like Multnomah Falls).
Stepping into a grove of coastal redwoods has been likened to entering one of the world's great cathedrals. Sure …
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1111 Second Street Crescent City, CA 95531 United States 707-464-6101
Fri Jul 25 12:00pm - Sun Jul 27 7:00am
Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park
Open all year. Camp along the windswept Pacific Ocean with the coast redwood forest as a backdrop. To reach Gold Bluffs Beach campground travel three miles north of Orick, CA on US Highway 101, then turn west on Davison Road and continue for four miles (gravel road). Sites: 25 RV or 29 tents, trailers prohibited, RV length up to 24 feet and 8 feet wide. Amenities include solar showers, restrooms, access to over 70 miles of trails, Fern Canyon, hiker/biker sites, fire pits, no hookups, ranger-led walks, junior ranger and evening campfire programs. Fees for camping and dayuse. No reservations.
Newport's oldest building, this lighthouse now features a historical museum and gift shop and is open daily for …
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846 SW Government St Newport, OR 97365-5125 United States 541-265-5679
Sun Jul 27 10:00am - Sun Jul 27 11:00am
Beverly Beach State Park US 101, 7 miles North of Newport, between Cape Foulweather and Yaquina Head 541-265-9278
Reservable. 53 full hookups, 75 electrical, 128 tent; maximum site 65 feet; some pull-through sites; 21 yurts (cable TV hookups are in selected yurts and campsites); group tent (5 areas); hiker/biker camp. Nature trail, playground, yurt meeting hall, visitor activity center, beach access from the campground. Open year-round. Restrooms with flush toilets. RV Dump Station.