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Things to do in Oregon
Albany - take a walking tour of the historic downtown district
The first settlers arrived in Albany in the 1840’s and soon made the Prairie, their settlement area, by building their homes there. The town still has many of these old buildings and a hsitoic walking tour is like stepping back in time into the past. The oldest building still standing is the Monteith’s family home, which was completed in 1849 and is now a museum, and displays and explains the history of the region.
Astoria - explore with a riverfront trolley ride
The city of Astoria is steeped in history and a great way to view some of it is to take a tour on the river front trolley, which is a restored 1913 trolley. It is on permanent loan from the San Antonia Museum of Art and the tour takes about an hour. The conductor on board, gives an ongoing commentary as the trolley passes by various historic buildings and landmarks.
Beaverton - challenge your golfing skills at Red Tail
The Red Tail Golf Course at Beaverton is a pleasant yet challenging. It is well kept and maintained and is open to the general public. Its 18 holes are a mixture of straight fairways with trees down each side, along with a series of 6 large and small lakes, one of which affects 4 of the courses holes. The Bunker's Bar and Grill is a great place to stop off for a cool beer or a cold or hot snack or burger.
Beaverton - experience blueberries picking at the Lolich's family farm
There is nothing better than fresh fruit pies. People have been coming to the Lolich’s Family Farm since 1952 to pick their own fruit and then take it home to make pies and jams. In addition to the 8 different varieties of blueberries, the farm also produces a range of other fresh fruits to take home, as well as homemade jams and other preserves.
Hood River - sample fresh fruit at the County Fruit Loop
Consisting of over 35 miles of roads stretching through the Oregon countryside the Hood River County Fruit Loop takes in a number of farms that produce some of the best fruit in the state. In addition to the opportunity to sample some of the fruit that they produce the area also hosts a number of interesting fairs and family acitivites.
Portland - spend a day at the Mount Hood and Columbia River
A day trip to see Mount Hood and Columbia River, as it makes its way through the gorge in the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, makes for a simply great day out for the whole family. There are also over 70 waterfalls and cataracts along the route that give a spectacular display when the water is high, and gives an excellent opportunity for fun for those that love white water rafting.
Portland - take a guided tour of the Oregon State Capitol
Located in Portland, the Oregon State Capitol is still the home to the state’s legislature and has been since its completion in 1938. It was expanded and extented in 1977 to cope with the increasing size of the administration. Its marble facade is art deco in design and is topped by a 7metre high bronze statue, covered in gilt that weighs over 8.5 tons. Tours are available all year, around, apart from some public holidays. Vistiors can also get the chance to view the main legislature chambers, except when they are sitting.
Portland - visit the Pioneer Courthouse
First occupied in 1875 but not completed until 1903 the Pioneer Courthouse in Portland is the oldest building in the Pacific Northwest. It is also the second oldest building, West of the Mississippi. Its grey exterior is quite stark in contrast to the rest of the city, but is still an interesting place to visit. It is easy to find as it is located on the main square.
Tigard - sample the freshest produce at the Tigard farmers market
Held every Sunday, between the months of May and October, the Tigard Area Farmers Market is an ideal opportunity to find the freshest produce from local farmers at excellent prices. To make the experience of shopping in the market more enjoyable there is often live music, and plenty of opportunities to sit down and enjoy a coffee and a donut. Opening at 9am, it is best to get there early, as it normally finishes and closed at 2pm.
Tigard - take in a show at the Broadway Rose theatre
Used throughout the year except in the summer, the Broadway Rose Theatre is home to the theatre company of the same name. They produce a number of impressive shows that are popular with both locals and visitors alike. This small theatre is capable of seating 270 people and has disabled access facilities. There are plenty of dining opportunities in the surrounding area if you wish a bite to eat beofre or after a performance.
Introduction of Oregon
For those that wish to spend time in Toledo, booking Oregon hotels is the best way to make sure you have a more peaceful retreat while being able to head into the city whenever you feel like it. While there is more than enough for you to explore in Toledo each day, hotels in Oregon are also close to a number of national parks such as the Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge and South Shore Park. As well as this, there is also near the coast and a river, making it perfect for those that like their water sports such as fishing and yachting. If you like shopping however, you will find the Oregon Plaza and Peter Navarre Shopping Center in close proximity to most of the hotels in Oregon and these places are famous with tourists throughout Ohio who head here for the best bargains found anywhere in the state.