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  1. Bigfoot Bash and Bounty

    Skamania County is the only designated “Sasquatch Refuge” in the United States and Bigfoot Bash and Bounty celebrates the love of this mysterious creature.  An event designed to promote all of the spectacular natural settings that Bigfoot likes to call home, it is a festival…

    Location: 50092 Home Valley Park Road, Home Valley, WA 98648
  2. Bohemia Mining Days

    Celebrating the history of gold mining is a tradition in the community of Cottage Grove. The Bohemia Mining Days festival is held the third weekend in July. 2009 marked the 50th anniversary of this event. The Bohemia Mining Days Parade fills Main Street with spectators of all…

    Location: Cottage Grove, OR
  3. Bohemia Mining District

    There are a variety of opportunities to enjoy your time in the Bohemia Mining District. With a gold mining history dating back to the mid-1800s and remnants of the historical buildings remaining today, it makes for a nice Sunday drive. The U.S. Forest Service manages…

  4. Bonneville Lock, Dam and Fish Ladder

    Bonneville Lock and Dam is a National Historic Landmark that serves the Northwest. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers built this public works project during the Great Depression of the 1930s to put people back to work, generate hydropower and improve navigation on the Columbia…

    Location: I-84, Exit 40, Cascade Locks, OR 97014
  5. Breitenbush Hot Springs

    The Breitenbush community carefully stewards the land that encompasses the geothermal location.  They utilize the geothermal energy, construct buildings that are fitting and unobtrusive, and maintain a system of trails.  There are many facets to the educational experience at Breitenbush.  Many workshops and classes are…

    Location: Breitenbush, OR
  6. Brewers Union Local 180

    The Brewers Union Local 180 is Oregon’s only real ale pub and brewery.  They offer up to six cask-conditioned ales that are brewed on-site, as well as numerous regional microbrews, wines and hard ciders.  Food is top-notch and is prepared to order.  House specialties include…

    Location: 48329 East 1st St, Oakridge, OR 97463
  7. Butte Creek Mill

    Built in 1872, the Butte Creek Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places and is the last commercially operated, water-powered flour mill west of the Mississippi. It’s a living treasure that stands rustically over Little Butte Creek, water pouring out of its hand-hewn…

    Location: 402 North Royal Ave., Eagle Point, OR 97524
  8. Camp Sherman

    Early in the 1900s Sherman County wheat farmers nailed a shoebox top with the name “Camp Sherman” to a tree at a fork in the road to guide others.  To escape the dry summer heat they came to camp, fish and relax along the banks…

    Location: 13170 SW Forest Service Rd. #1419, Camp Sherman, OR 97730
  9. Canyonville Pumpkin and Music Celebration

    This festival features a giant pumpkin weigh-in, carved pumpkins, scarecrows, tall tales and pie-eating, seed-spittin’ and pumkin recipe contests. There’s a classic car show, a perennial plant swap, an exotic animal show, hay rides and a wine and beer garden. If that’s not enough fun,…

    Location: Pioneer Park, Canyonville, OR 97417
  10. Carson Mineral Hot Springs

    After your day out either rafting the White Salmon, fishing or just checking out the local antique stores in Stevenson nothing beats a long soak in the mineral water at Carson Mineral Hot Springs. The Hot Springs has been providing mineral baths since 1892 and…

    Location: 372 St. Martin's Rd, Carson, WA 98610
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