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  1. Mohawk Restaurant

     The Mohawk is one of Central Oregon’s most unique restaurants. A historical landmark since the 1930s, it is filled with taxidermy mounts – many of such rare quality they are illegal to possess today. During the logging boom the building became a boarding house for Chinese…

    Location: 136726 North Hwy 97 , Crescent, OR 97733
  2. Mt. Hood Roasters Coffee Company Tours

    Mt. Hood Roasters is wonderful example of experiential tourism and combines elements of historical, cultural, agricultural and culinary tourism.  Mt. Hood Roasters offers daily tours and coffee roasting opportunities – in 45 minutes, guests know more about coffee than 99.9% of the world and get…

    Location: 73455 E. Hwy 26, Rhododendron, OR 97049
  3. Naked Winery

    This super-fun, chic and sexy winery offers a wide variety of Oregon wines, all made from organic fruits –  most grown locally.

    Location: 102 2nd Street , Hood River , OR 97031
  4. Ninkasi Brewing Co.

    Ninkasi Brewing has been producing high-quality beers in Eugene, Oregon, since 2006. The Eugene location gives regional access to some of the highest-quality brewing ingredients in the world, including pure Cascade mountain water from the McKenzie River, Eugene’s sole municipal water source, and hops from…

    Location: 272 Van Buren , Eugene , OR 97402
  5. Oakridge Tree Planting Festival

    The Oakridge Tree Planting Festival began in 1953. It was a time when logging provided many family-wage jobs, and the festival was a way of celebrating the good times and the community’s dedication to sustainable forests. Today, though the economy has changed dramatically, the community continues…

    Location: 1st Street, Oakridge, OR 97463
  6. Old Mill District

    The story of the Old Mill District began almost 100 years ago when two sawmills opened on the Deschutes River.  Today, with the lumber business long gone, the same site is a full-scale mixed-use complex that boasts a carefully restored riverbank and preserved mill buildings…

    Location: Powerhouse Drive, Bend, OR 97701
  7. Oregon State Fair

    The Oregon State Fair celebrates Oregon and serves as a gathering place for Oregonians. The fair showcases Oregon products and people; educates and communicates to the citizens of Oregon about the needs, issues and context of the key industries of the state of Oregon, with…

    Location: 2330 17th Street NE, Salem, OR 97301
  8. Oregon Wine Tasting Room

    At the Oregon Wine Tasting Room, you can taste and buy from all Oregon appellations. It is the oldest wine-tasting room in Oregon and has the most extensive selection of Oregon wines under one roof.

    Location: 19690 SW Highway 18, McMinnville, OR 97411
  9. Paradise Inn

    Trail weary climbers and mountain retreat seekers alike find comfort around the mammoth stone fireplaces in the grand lobby and dining room of this historic landmark. Built in 1916, this historic landmark inn holds a special place in the heart of Washington residents. The Paradise Inn…

    Location: Mount Rainier National Park, Paradise, WA 98398
  10. Pheasant Valley Organic Vineyard and Winery

    Pheasant Valley is the first certified organic vineyard in the Columbia Gorge, and its orchards are the first certified organically farmed orchards in the valley as well. The particular lure of Oregon wines is the intense fruit and a remarkable similarity to renowned wine grape regions…

    Location: 3890 Acree Drive, Hood River, OR 97031
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