Attractions: Sightseeing

Bob’s Red Mill is the nation’s leader in stone milling and offers the widest diversity of whole grains found anywhere. We are dedicated to producing natural foods in the natural way. Try our outstanding products today and we guarantee that you will not be disappointed.

City: Milwaukie

Creating something unique is what Ray Peck, and his wife, Diane Weisenberg, wanted when they opened Wind Horse Coffee and Tea in Milwaukie. 

City: Milwaukie

There are many people I know that have avoided Earth Science classes, equating it with a class in trigonometry.

City: Hillsboro

One of Portland’s oldest cultural organizations is also one of its most interesting.

City: Portland

A 3.5 mile paved trail that bisects Canby and offers bikers, skaters, walkers and runners a quiet, long stretch of trail they can exercise on. It starts at 13th Avenue in South Canby and runs to the Willamette River in North Canby.

City: Canby

Oregon is filled with amazing views, incredible natural wonders, abundant wildlife and a rich history, and the epicenter of that history is Clackamas County.

City: Carver

We offer a great environment in which we encourage children and adults to let their imagination run free.  We have all kinds of entertainment available for your family when you visit us.

City: Cornelius

Outside of the small town of Canby, The Flower Farmer is a great place to ride a train, get fresh fruits and vegetables and get up close to some farm animals. There are different attractions on the farm depending on the season, so make sure to check the website before heading out if you want to know what’s out on the farm.

City: Canby

While many attractions around Oregon bill themselves as fun for the whole family, if you are going to have fun in your name, you better deliver, and the Family Fun Center and Bullwinkle’s Restaurant does.

City: Wilsonville

Sometimes the spots off the beaten path are the ones that are the most rewarding.

For me, that’s the way it is with the Yaquina Bay lighthouse.

City: Newport
Region: Central Coast

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