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  1. Crystal Mountain

    Crystal Mountain Resort is predominantly a ski area but this natural land has much to offer in the off-season months as well. In the summer the resort provides scenic chairlift rides, a mountaintop restaurant, hiking, fishing, tennis, and mountain biking. After Labor Day the ski…

  2. Cycling The Dalles

    Though not well known outside the Columbia Gorge, The Dalles is an undiscovered cycling utopia. Cyclists of every ability and interest find excellent opportunity to ride and train on pristine pavement along a varied terrain from fragrant cherry orchards to golden wheat fields, over sun-kissed…

    Location: The Dalles, OR 97058
  3. Delta Old-Growth Forest

    The one-half-mile Delta Nature Trail takes visitors of all ages and abilities into the Delta Old Growth Grove, which is a diverse and richly abundant place. Here you can experience magnificent old-growth Douglas firs and Western red cedars – some more than 200 feet tall and 650…

    Location: Delta Campground, OR
  4. Deschutes National Wild and Scenic River

    The Lower Deschutes River stretches 100 miles, from the Warm Springs Indian Reservation to the Columbia River.  Winding its way through Oregon’s high desert, the Deschutes River is known for its whitewater rafting, world-class fishing, unique geology and wildlife viewing. On any given day you…

    Location: Maupin, OR 97037
  5. Deschutes Paddle Trail

    Whether you want to sea-kayak the beautiful High Cascade Lakes with sweeping mountain views, paddle a gentle section of the Lower Deschutes River among the otters, beavers and eagles, or whitewater-raft an exciting stretch of river just minutes from Downtown Bend, the Deschutes Paddle Trail…

    Location: Bend, OR
  6. Detroit Lake State Park

    Located in the Cascade Mountains, Detroit Lake State Park is the gateway to beautiful Detroit Lake. The park has a large campground bordering the lake. This is the spot for all types of water sports: fishing, boating, swimming, water skiing and personal watercraft. Along with…

    Location: 44000 North Santiam Hwy SE, Detroit, OR 97342
  7. Dexter Lake

    This picturesque man-made lake near Lowell, only 25 minutes from Eugene-Springfield, offers some of the most beautiful sunsets in Oregon. Dexter Lake is also the only lake in Oregon to feature a covered bridge. Activities available here include fishing, rowing regattas, powerboat races, water skiing and even…

    Location: Lowell, OR 97452
  8. 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
  9. Eagle Rock Lodge

    Eagle Rock Lodge sits on one of the most scenic properties on the banks of the McKenzie River. Over four acres of rhododendron and azalea gardens rest beneath cedar, fir and maple trees that are hundreds of feet tall. Large lawns roll out to the…

    Location: 49198 McKenzie Hwy., Vida, OR 97488
  10. Fern Ridge Wildlife Area

    Fern Ridge Wildlife Area is an excellent area to view wintering waterfowl. Along with ducks you’re likely to spot great blue herons, great egrets, yellow-headed blackbirds, black terns and red-shouldered hawks. Nesting osprey are viewed often in spring and summer. Fern Ridge Wildlife Area holds wetlands,…

    Location: 26969 Cantrell Road, Eugene, OR 97402
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