Attractions: Sightseeing

THE motorcycle destination vacation experience. Combining 4 decades of motorcycle riding with 2 decades of lodging and hospitality experience to thousands of guests from around the world, they've created the ultimate gear head adventure. Rent and ride different bikes on a variety of spectacular Central Oregon scenic roads each day. 

Tags: Sightseeing
City: Bend
Region: Central Oregon

The owners of Heiser Farms, John and Kristi Heiser, moved to Grand Island in 1991 to realize their dream of living on a farm and raising their children in such a rural setting.

City: Dayton
Region: Yamhill Valley

Head to Griess Family Brews & Taproom in downtown Grants Pass for their "family owned, locally grown" handcrafted beers, other local brews and even gluten-free beer!

Tags: Sightseeing, Beer
City: Grants Pass
Region: Southern Oregon

So much more than you'd expect!  The Portland Aquarium brings you up close to dozens of species including sharks, giant octopus, stingrays, reptiles, birds and more.  They offer special encounters where you can actually interact with, feed and even touch the animals. Great for all ages!

City: Portland

The William L. Holmes House is one of the oldest American homes in Oregon. Joseph Lane gave his inaugural address from its balcony. Open Fridays and Saturdays, 12pm-4pm. 536 Holmes Lane, Oregon City. 503.656.5146.

City: Oregon City

The Dr. John McLoughlin House interprets the legacy and life of the “Father of Oregon.” 713 Center Street, Oregon City. Open Fridays and Saturdays, 10 am-4 pm. 503-656-5146.

City: Oregon City

You'll find Wine Country Farm Vineyard & Winery and its bed and breakfast in the heart of Dundee's Red Hills, providing beautiful 180 degree views of the Cascade Mountains and surrounding Willamette Valley.

City: Dayton
Region: Yamhill Valley

This pub in Bend's Old Mill District serves beer brewed in a barn-turned-nano-brewery transformed by Al and Susan Toepfer on a ranch southeast of the city.

City: Bend
Region: Central Oregon

Normally the high-pitched, blood curdling screams of little girls would lead to the scrambling of parents in search of their children.

City: Turner
http://www.enchantedforest.com/

Everyone has done it. Passed many roadside attractions doing 65 miles per hour not even noticing the enchanting place to stop and explore.

City: McMinnville
Region: Yamhill Valley

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