Portland, Beaverton, Newport, ..
Willamette Valley encompasses Portland and Eugene as well as the rich, green countryside that flows out of the Willamette River. Families love exploring the cities without the headaches of traveling...
Ashland, Medford, Crater Lake, ..
In Southern Oregon, families can find a myriad of outdoor activities to enjoy. Popular attractions are Crater Lake in the summer and Mt. Ashland's ski slopes in the wintertime. Crater Lake is the...
Bend, Sisters, Warm Springs, ..
Although, most of Oregon is blessed with lots of rainfall throughout the year, Central Oregon clocks in close to 300 days of sunshine a year (as many as Arizona!) and oodles of fresh powder come...
Cascade Locks, Hood River, Government Camp, ..
The Mt. Hood / Columbia River Gorge area of Oregon is famous for it's beautiful landscapes and landmark natural wonders. Many families trek along the Infinity Loop which traverses around Mt. Hood,...
Oregon is a beautiful combination of rugged coastlines, dense forests, fun cities, mountains, deep canyons, and a desert in the southeastern part of the state. Its culture is as ecletic as its scenery and climate. If you're looking to give your family a taste of culture, outdoor adventure, and time at the beach, Oregon has it all. If you love to explore cities, Portland is a great city filled with art and science museums, kid indoor/outdoor playspaces, fun neighborhoods, great restaurants, and lots of events and festivals for kids of all ages. Just outside Portland is Mt. Hood, which is fun to visit both in summer and wintertime. Also nearby is the spectacular Columbia Gorge where... + full overview
Portland, Eugene, Medford, Redmond
Peak Travel Time
Summer (Western Oregon), Winter for mountains
Portland, Salem, Eugene, Bend, Medford, Springfield