Oregon Bed and Breakfast Nominated for the Geotourism Project

As a seasoned traveler you seek out unique cultures, local heritage, distinctive environments and un-matched scenic beauty.  Coming to the Central Cascades of Oregon will not disappoint and staying at an bed and breakfast in Oregon, especially an Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild member inn, is sure to add to your experience.

The National Geographic Society and it's local partners, are producing a Geotourism MapGuide and website that conveys geotourism information, sites and experiences.  They will choose the best destinations for travelers seeking that perfect experience. 

Four Oregon Bed and Breakfast member inns have been nominated for inclusion in The Oregon and Washington Central Cascades Geotourism Project.  Be sure to leave a comment.  We look forward to hearing from you.

Prospect Hotel for unique Crater Lake Lodging
The Prospect Historic Hotel offers warm and inviting accommodation in the natural beauty of Oregon.  The hotel, built in the late 1800s and listed in the National Register of Historic Places.....learn more 





Old Parkdale Inn for unique Mt. Hood Bed and Breakfast
The Old Parkdale Inn B&B surrounded by one of the largest pear growing regions in the nation, minutes from the Mt. Hood National Forest, with awesome views of Mt. Hood......learn more






Eagle Rock Lodge for unique lodging in Oregon
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......learn more





Forest Springs B&B for an unique Oregon Bed and Breakfast Inn
Forest Springs B&B sits nestled in the Gresham Buttes.  On 3 acres with a parkland setting, with natural springs and creeks, it sits at the base of more than 2000 acres of forested open space.....learn more 




The Geotourism Project site "will become a place to continue sharing experiences, memories, and recommended places in the Central Cascades.  We want you to keep coming back...time and time again....", and allowing OBBG members to be part of your unique Oregon Experience.

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