Step back in time and experience a bit of
yesteryear. Enjoy the beautiful Oregon Coast line by riding
the rail behind a 1910 Heisler Steam Locomotive. This scenic trip
chugs along Tillamook Bay and gives passengers views of the
ocean. Great for all ages, this trip will give you a glimpse
The Oregon Coast Scenic Railroad is offering two types of old school excursions for 2010. A true Oregon Geotourism excusion, the first is a shorter coastal excursion which travels between...
St. Patrick's day is just around the corner but
Green is here year-round in Oregon. Many Oregon Bed and
Breakfast Guild members provide Certified
Green Lodging. And at Hopworks
Urban Brewery in southeast Portland, the brewpub calls
itself an "eco brewpub."
Many celebrate St. Patrick's Day with green beer, but in Portland, we're not talking the food colored or dyed kind. We’re talking about the organic kind.
Green is no doubt the theme at Hopworks Urban Brewery in southeast Portland. Not only...
Cornerstone B&B, the newest member of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast
Guild, was built in 2006 on the south side of Cooper
Mountain and is a gateway to wine country overlooking
beautiful green pastures, orchards and vineyards.
In the warm summer evenings guests love to watch the crimson sunset from their rocking chairs on the large covered deck surrounding the house. If you listen carefuly you can hear the owls hooting in the twilight and watch over 20 species of birds coming for their last...
It may look like a grave marker of a long lost surveyor.
But it's not.
Everyone has heard about America’s Four Corners. That would be the only place where four state boundaries meet: Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona.
In Oregon our Four County Point in the Tillamook State Forest notes the meeting of Clatsop, Columbia, Washington and Tillamook counties.
The trailhead has a brown four counties sign on the north side of U.S. 26, at milepost 34.8 (this is 2.9 miles west of the Timber-Vernonia...Read More
Located in Pacific City, The Craftsman Bed
& Breakfast welcomes you to experience beautiful Oregon
Coast Lodging in style, grace, and
The Craftsman B&B was awarded the Best Period Restoration Award in the LanierBB.com Guests’ Greatest Picks Award program out of 8,500 B&B’s world wide.
Built in 1921, The Craftsman B&B was renovated in 2004-2005 to return the character of the period and modernize the workings. Classic Arts and Crafts elements were incorporated - from the Greene & Greene...
Oregon offers unparalleled opportunities for
outdoor winter recreation. Whether you are a skier,
snowboarder, or looking for back-country trails for snowshoeing,
cross-country skiing and snowmobiling, Oregon has it all. And after
your day's adventure, get pampered at a member inn of the Oregon
Bed and Breakfast Guild.
Central and Eastern Oregon Bed and Breakfasts
Mt. Bachelor, one of the Pacific Northwest’s largest ski areas. Only 20 minutes form Bend, Mt. Bachelor offers world class skiing and...
Youngberg Hill will take your breath away with the
most beautiful views, warm luxurious Inn, and exceptional estate
wines. Youngberg Hill provides the perfect location for those
seeking a quiet, romantic getaway The Inn is 10,000 square
foot with four large guest rooms (three are corner rooms)
and three suites, all with private baths. All rooms have
spectacular views of the valley. The entire main floor is common
area for guests to enjoy the peace and tranquility of this special
Historic Columbia River Highway
Traversing between Hood River and Mosier, the five mile section of the Historic Columbia River Highway passes through the Twin Tunnels and two climate zones and being closed to auto traffic is an amazing trail for hikers, bikers, rollerbladers, anyone human powered. Starting at the east Mark O. Hatfield Trailhead near Mosier, the trail leads through semi-arid terrain dotted with ponderosa pine for about a mile until you reach the Twin Tunnels. Spectacular...
High Desert Museum, in Bend, Oregon,
is nationally acclaimed and is dedicated to broadening the
understanding of the High Desert's wildlife, culture, art and
At daily shows and demonstrations, wildlife experts will help you learn about the Museum's more than 100 wildlife creatures -- from porcupines, golden eagles and owls, to bats, lizards, snakes and spiders. In the Birds of Prey Center you will have a rare opportunity to get a close-up look at some of nature's fiercest...
Central Oregon with the ponderosa pine forests of the Metolius River Basin and Douglas fir forests just west of Santiam Pass, is home to 11 species of nesting woodpeckers. The Three Sisters Loop of the Oregon Cascade Birding Trails traces portions of some of Oregon’s most Scenic Byways, offering stunning scenery and incredible diverse habitats at nearly 50 prime birding sites.
The Dean Hale Woodpecker Festival is scheduled for mid-June. The event is loaded with half and full day fields trips,...Read More
The Eugene Ballet Company is facing a $130,000
budget shortfall and is taking their 2009 season production of
Lake into a "show on the road" throughout the Pacific Northwest
in April 2009 to raise awareness of the arts and hopefully solve
their budgetary woes.
This is a wonderful opportunity to have a quick romantic Oregon getaway with an evening showing support for dance and the arts as well as a great overnight stay at one of the Oregon Bed & Breakfast Guild's quality bed...
The Old Parkdale Inn is are located in the beautiful Hood River Valley. After a rejuvenating night at the inn and a hearty Northwest...Read More
The Willamette Valley, Oregon's largest AVA (American
Vitaculture Area), stretches 150 miles from
Portland, Oregon. to south of Salem and consists of
sub-appellations. 200 wineries and 10,000 acres of
quality Oregon wine grapes. The rich,
diverse soil and relatively mild climate make for ideal grape
growing conditions. All this combined
with warm summer days and cool nights allows
the wine grapes to develop their flavor and
Being "stewards of the land", a large percentage of...