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  1. Baskett Slough National Wildlife Refuge

    The Baskett Slough National Wildlife Refuge is truly “for the birds.” The site’s managers grow high-protein grasses to attract nesting migratory waterfowl, and they offer a comprehensive informational service for the human visitors that are so important to its ongoing existence. The site emphasises the co-existence of nature and…

    Location: 10995 Hwy 22, Dallas, OR 97338 - 4882
  2. Beacon Rock

    Beacon Rock is an easy, historic, and scenic hiking trail along the Columbia River Gorge located in the 4,650-acre Beacon Rock State Park . Climb the switchback trail to the top of this 848-foot-tall monolith for jaw-dropping views of the Columbia Gorge far below. Beacon Rock…

    Location: Beacon Rock State Park
  3. Beckie’s Cafe

    Beckie’s Cafe, listed on the National Historic Register, was built in the early 1920s by Ed Beckelhymer and sits along the banks of Union Creek, near the Rogue River, a scenic waterway that is enjoyed by many rafters and fishermen. Historic Beckie’s  is known for its huckleberry…

    Location: 56484 Highway 62, Prospect, Oregon, OR 97536
  4. Belknap Resort and Hot Springs

    Visitors have been soaking in the historic Belknap hot springs for more than 100 years. You can bike or hike the popular McKenzie River Trail that runs right pass the resort all the way to Clear Lake, or you can just relax and enjoy all the gardens and…

    Location: 59296 Belknap Springs Road, McKenzie Bridge, OR 97413
  5. 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
  6. Bird Fest and Bluegrass

    Join the Friends of Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge and the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge Staff as they celebrate the coming of fall and the wildlife that make the Refuge their winter home. BirdFest and Bluegrass is an opportunity to enjoy the sights and sounds of…

    Location: I-5 exit 14 S 9th Ave/S Hillhurst Dr, Ridgefield, WA
  7. Blackberry Jam Festival

    This annual family-fun event is held in Lowell, on the Dexter Reservoir overlooking a beautiful, verdant recreation area. The event includes drag boat races on the lake, live music and food venues, art contests and a fishing derby with a prize of $10,000.   The fully restored…

    Location: Rolling Rock Park, Lowell, OR 97452
  8. 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
  9. 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…

  10. 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
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