Cities: Portland

Settled in 1829, Portland was named in a coin flip after Portland, Maine, birthplace of one of its founders (the losing option was Boston). An hour from skiing at Mount Hood and 90 minutes from the Oregon Coast, Portland is a recreational paradise.

Nationally recognized for its modern, urban style by magazines like Elle Décor, GQ and Travel + Leisure, the centrally located Jupiter Hotel is a popular stop for travelers, creatives and nomads looking to experience

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!

A spectacular setting along the the Columbia River waterfront further enhances everything the Red Lion Hotel on the River - Jantzen Beach has to offer.

Whether you seek comfy and convenient accommodations before your early morning departure from Portland Airport or a relaxing adventure in Oregon's Rose City, you will find the Red Lion Portland Airport is a delightful

From Hippy to Hip at the Portland Saturday Market

By Bonnie Caton

Attraction: Shopping
For some, it’s floating on roller skates listening to music. For others, it’s the wind rushing through their hair looking out over Portland from a Ferris wheel.

Step back in time to charming Old England at this restored handsome brick Georgian Colonial featured in Better Homes and Garden magazine.  Relax on the sun deck or in the gazebo.

Lodging: Bed & Breakfast

Welcome to the Fulton House Bed & Breakfast…in the heart of Portland, Oregon.

Lodging: Bed & Breakfast

Amble through parks and historic streets in Oregon's largest city

Recreation: Hiking

The Pumpkin Patch on the island of Sauvie in Portland, Oregon celebrated its 16th season in 2014.

Attraction: Farms, Corn Mazes, Sightseeing