With all the scenic attractions the state has to offer, it’s no surprise that Oregon is a popular Hollywood filming site (Free Willy and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest are among two of the more popular ones). Located on the Pacific coast, the natural beauty of Oregon makes it a very popular holiday destination. Similar to California, Oregon is geographically very diverse. With mountains and waterfalls, forests and beaches, deserts and lakes – this state is a nature lover’s paradise.
Portland is the state’s most popular and cosmopolitan city. Lan Su Chinese Garden, the Oregon Zoo and the Portland Art Museum are some frequented tourist attractions in the city. Portland has multiple bike paths and bike-friendly buses and trains, making biking a favorite tourist activity. Home to Nike’s headquarters, it’s no wonder that Portlanders love to run and the city offers many traffic-free jogging paths. Portland also allows you to kayak right through downtown - a great way to explore the city.
Oaks Bottom and Smith and Bybee lakes are two protected wildlife sanctuaries frequented by visitors. Day trips could include hiking the trails around Mount Hood and in the Columbia River Gorge. During the winter months, Mount Hood's 4 ski resorts are very popular with skiers and snowboarders. Take a day trip to Multnomah Falls or go see the volcanoes of the rugged and glaciated Cascade Mountain Range. Crater Lake National Park, Oregon’s only national park is perhaps the most popular tourist destination in the state. Tourists love camping there and visiting Crater Lake, the deepest lake in the country. Even the scenic drive along the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) is an experience in itself.
Salem, Oregon’s capital city, houses the iconic Oregon State Capitol building. Ashland, located in southern Oregon, is famous for hosting the Tony Award-winning Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Eugene, Corvallis, Astoria, Oregon City and Bend are some other popular cities in Oregon. Wherever you choose to go, you cannot leave without visiting one of Oregon’s many famous breweries – Oregon beer is world famous.
While looking at properties for rent in Oregon, be sure to include options like cabins and townhouses for rent. Cabin rentals and beach rentals are particularly popular for weekend getaways. When considering options in the city, many people offer their condos for rent and that might be cheaper than booking a hotel. Oregon vacation rentals are a great way to enjoy all the beauty this state has to offer while enjoying the luxury of a home stay.
Find the best Oregon vacation rentals on Tripping.com. With over 33153 home rentals, take your pick from a wide variety of choices including studio apartments, luxury condos, and cozy cabin rentals. Prices in Oregon range from $25 a night. Many rentals can also be booked directly online.Vacation home rentals found on Tripping.com offer more amenities than the average hotel room along with many of the comforts of home. Going on a business trip or need to stay connected? 27927 homes in Oregon offer high-speed WiFi Internet so you won’t miss a beat. Travelling with kids? Let them splash around in any of the 6691 rentals with pool or jacuzzi, or relax with the family in one of the 26521 homes with cable TV.For all those pet owners with dogs or cats, Oregon offers 10614 pet-friendly vacation rentals for your extended family. Find the perfect vacation rental that matches your budget and style on Tripping.com.
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