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  1. Alder Creek Children’s Forest

    Alder Creek is an 80-acre site protected by the Southern Oregon Land Conservancy and dedicated to the residents of Douglas County.  Alder Creek is a great place to experience the wonderful and natural beauty of Southern Oregon.  There are over 2 miles of trails that…

    Location: 749 Canyonville-Riddle Rd., Riddle, OR 97469
  2. Alpaca Tour

    Spend a relaxing day exploring the beautiful foothills of the Cascade mountains, traversing rolling farmland, crossing covered bridges, viewing towering mountains and deep green valleys, and visiting farms raising the magical alpaca. On the half-day Alpaca Auto Tour you will have the opportunity to visit…

    Location: Albany, OR
  3. America’s First Transcontinental Auto Race Historical Marker

    Automotive history was made here June 20, 1905, when the first car to cross the Cascade Mountains conquered the Santiam Wagon Road.  Dwight Huss drove “Old Scout,” a 1904 Oldsmobile curved-dash runabout, from New York to Portland in 44 days.  “Old Scout” was the first…

    Location: Hwy 20, Milepost 47, OR 97386
  4. Angel’s Organic Farm

    Angel’s is a one-of-a-kind, educational organic farm offering tours of their dynamic, state-of-the-art growing systems. The unique facility is all about teaching the health benefits of growing the highest-quality, mineral-rich produce in the country. They use ocean water, sound frequency technology, subtle energy, paramagnetics and…

    Location: 9394 Blackwell Road, Gold Hill, OR 97525
  5. Ankeny National Wildlife Refuge

    This 2,796-acre refuge offers excellent wildlife observation areas, trails that meander through wetlands and oak/ash forest, raised boardwalks, interpretive exhibits and obervation/photography blinds. Ankeny is a wildlife refuge, so it is all about the preservation of more than 200 species of wildlife, including geese, herons,…

    Location: 2301 Wintel Road, Jefferson, OR 97352
  6. Ape Cave — Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument

    Over 2,000 years ago, lava poured down the southern flank of Mt. St. Helens.  As the hot lava flowed, the surface cooled, creating a crust, which insulated the lava beneath, allowing it to travel down the Lewis River Valley. The lava in the tube rose…

    Location: Forest Road 8303, 3 miles north Forest Roads 83/90 junction., Cougar, WA 98616
  7. Applegate Trail Interpretive Center Museum

    What was it like to come to Oregon in a wagon train?  Why is Jesse Applegate regarded as one of Oregon’s first statesmen?  What was the geopolitical import of the Applegate Trail? This stop, easily found off I-5, teaches Oregon history, pioneer history and lifestyle, and…

    Location: 500 Sunny Valley Loop, Sunny Valley, OR 97497
  8. Architectural Heritage Center

    The Architectural Heritage Center (AHC) is located in the the oldest standing commercial building on the east side of the Willamette River. Each year more than 30 education programs and exhibits held there cover topics from Portland history to area architects, and architectural styles. The AHC is…

    Location: 701 SE Grand Avenue, Portland, OR 97214
  9. Around the Table

    Around the Table was founded on the belief that gathering around a table to share a meal with a loved one, a colleague or a stranger, is one of life’s simple pleasures and an experience filled with great power. Food, being a universal experience, has…

    Location: 316 NE Dallas Street, Camas
  10. Arts Central Station

    The Arts Central Station is housed in Bend’s historic train depot.  The 1911 structure was moved stone by stone to this site in 2000 to remove it from the path of new highway construction. The Arts Central Station is a prime example of a marriage…

    Location: 313 SW Shevlin Hixon Drive, Bend, , OR 97702
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