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  1. Diamond Lake

    Diamond Lake has welcomed generation of Oregonians to its scenic shores and excellent fishing. Bordered by Mt. Thielsen and Mt. Bailey, Diamond Lake offers visitors a wide range of activities year-round. From cross-country skiing  and snowmobiling in the winter to mountain biking and horseback riding…

    Location: Diamond Lake, OR
  2. DiamondStone Guest Lodges

    Located at the heart of Southern Central Oregon’s multitude of recreational opportunities, DiamondStone is a perfect hub from which to launch your Central Oregon vacation experience. DiamondStone provides a unique variety of accomodations, including an award-winning B&B, a log cabin on the Little Deschutes River,…

    Location: 16693 Sprague Lp., La Pine, OR 97739
  3. Down the River Cleanup, Clackamas River

    The Down the River Cleanup is one of the largest volunteer river cleanups in the Northwest. It brings together the human-powered sports community (rafting, kayaking, fishing, tubing, canoing, sea kayaking, etc.) for a single day of river stewardship. It is a volunteer day on the river…

    Location: Barton Park Rd, Barton, OR
  4. Edgefield Concerts on the Lawn

    McMenamins takes old public buildings (schools, jails, hospitals) and revitalizes them for use by the public. Set on a sprawling campus full of unique buildings and multiple restaurants and bars from large to small, plus lodging and even a small golf course, McMenamins Edgefield is…

    Location: 2126 S.W. Halsey St., Troutdale, OR 97060
  5. Forest Learning Center

    Learn about the 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens and the resulting recovery and reforestation efforts. Walk through a life-size replica of a pre-blast forest; then watch actual eruption footage while standing inside a re-created blast zone. Sit in a helicopter cockpit for a virtual…

    Location: 17000 Spirit Lake Hwy, Toutle, WA 98649
  6. Fort Vancouver National Historic Site

    Fort Vancouver is a historical site of national significance as the location of a major British fur-trading fort from 1825-1860.  It was the headquarters of the Columbia Department for the Hudson’s Bay Company.  In 1818, the United States and Britain agreed to share all of…

    Location: 612 E Reserve St, Vancouver, WA 98661
  7. Fraga Farm

    A visit to Fraga Farm connects the visitor with the process of local food production. Fraga Farm shows the visitor a small organic dairy farm, educating them about an alternative to industrial dairy farms. An increase in visitors will raise awareness among the general public…

    Location: 28580 Pleasant Valley Road, Sweet Home, OR 97386
  8. Friendly Haven Rise Biodynamic Farm

    Reconnect with food at its source by preparing a garden fresh meal, and then stay the night at this educational biodynamic farm. Friendly Haven Rise Biodynamic Farm offers classes that teach sustainable ways to live on the land with a good heart for all who…

    Location: 20309 NE 242nd Ave, Battle Ground, WA 98604
  9. Full Sail Brewing Company

    From the clear water flowing from Mt. Hood to the community that surrounds it, Full Sail is committed to sustaining the resources that bring it success.  The brewery’s amazing location nestled between the Columbia River and the snow-capped peak of Mt. Hood in Hood River creates…

    Location: 506 Columbia Street, Hood River, OR 97031
  10. Gifford Pinchot National Forest

    The Gifford Pinchot National Forest is one of the oldest National Forests in the United States. Included as part of the Mount Rainier Forest Reserve in 1897, this area was set aside as the Columbia National Forest in 1908. It was renamed the Gifford Pinchot…

    Location: Trout Lake, WA 98650
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