Oregon is know for it’s beautiful natural attractions. From Multnomah Falls to Crater Lake, these top tourist attractions start to see less of the crowds if any at all when the weather starts to go south. Oregon offers plenty of other top attractions that you can still enjoy in the rain. From the Oregon Caves to touring OMSI, there is always something to explore in Oregon.
The weather this week may be a reminder of what winter has in store, but this weekend looks to offer a break from the showers. This could be a great time to see some of Oregon’s best attractions without having to deal with a crowd. Check the weather conditions before you leave especially if headed near the cascades. Here is a great resource for road conditions in Oregon (TripCheck).
Fall is here and this week we are reminded why Oregon is so beautifully green… Rain and lots of it. It’s been awhile for most Oregonians and some welcome the refreshing rain while others frown upon the thoughts that summer is behind us. The fall weather is definitely here but with the new season brings new things to do and places to visit.
We love the outdoors but sometimes we don’t feel like putting on our jackets and fighting the elements. Sitting at home watching television is out of the question, we’re looking for something a little more exciting then an old re-run or the newest reality TV show. What’s your favorite indoor attraction in Oregon when sitting at home is out of the question? We’re fans of indoor water parks, bowling alleys or family entertainment centers when the weather doesn’t cooperate.
We would love to hear from you and find out what are your favorite attractions. Leave a comment or visit us at www.oregonattractions.org.
September 23rd marked the first day of fall for 2011. The air is already starting to change and many Oregonians are beginning to gear up for the six months of rain to follow.
Instead of worrying what winter will bring, celebrate! Fall is one of the most beautiful seasons and provides a great opportunities to get out and explore Oregon outdoor attractions. On the rainy days get hundreds of ideas on things to do and places to visit in Oregon at www.oregonattractions.org.
Things to do in Oregon
Whether it’s rain or shine, their is always plenty of things to do in Oregon. On the rainy days take a shopping day, relax at a spa or visit one of the nearby wineries or breweries. For the days the sun decides to cooperate, take advantage of the beautiful hiking and biking trails, great fishing and exhilarating atv rentals.
Places to visit in Oregon
On those days you need to get out of the house, go visit some of the best Oregon natural attractions including, our numerous national forests, beautiful beaches, breathtaking waterfalls, or remote hot springs. When you don’t feel like fighting them elements, take the opportunity to learn about the arts and culture we live in. From museums to interprative centers, lighthouses to art galleries, Oregon arts and culture can be fun for all ages.
Check in at www.oregonattractions.org to find great ideas, deals and more before exploring Oregon.
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