There are more than enough attractions of Oregon to please any traveling soul. The Northwest Pacific Ocean state is packed with glorious landscapes of rugged coasts, scenic mountains, rocky canyons, meandering rivers, extensive wetlands and sprawling forests. And as well as the scenic reasons to visit Oregon, there’s a historical past to enjoy, and an interesting artisan food and drink scene. Pull up a pew and let’s explore some of the attractions of Oregon together.
1. Washington Park in Portland
Visitors will easily need more than a day to explore the various diversions and sights in this extensive public park. Located in Portland, this urban offering encompasses more than 410 acres and is home to more than 15 miles of hiking trails, the Oregon Zoo, an amphitheater, archery range, tennis courts, several museums, the international rose test garden, the Oregon Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial and a great variety of statues and fountains. Perfect for families or anyone young at heart, this is one of the best places to visit in Oregon.