River Drifters offers trips in Oregon & Washington on some of the best rivers including the Deschutes, White Salmon, Clackamas & more. From shorter half day trips to full five day vacations. We have trips close to Portland, Bend, Mt Hood and Eastern Oregon as well. Serving up fun since 1979!
Regions: Willamette Valley
Le Puy is a luxury bed & breakfast, perfectly located for exploring the Willamette Valley. A sustainably focused inn, enjoy romantic guest rooms all with private bath, a panoramic view of the Chehalem Ridge and close proximity to world-class wineries. Our breakfast menu is inspired by local and organic foods, family recipes and fresh flavors of the seasons. Guests are invited to come to the inn to re-balance themselves with the tranquil setting and fresh atmosphere. Escape. Come Alive. Breathe Free.
The Red Lion Hotel Salem, conveniently located just off I-5, puts you in the midst of many attractions in and around Oregon's capital city.
Experience quality lodging at affordable rates at Hotel Eugene-Springfield, located right off I-5.
Normally the high-pitched, blood curdling screams of little girls would lead to the scrambling of parents in search of their children.
A four-day festival in Mt. Angel featuring music, food, dress and beverages of Bavaria. The event is used to help raise funds for non-profits and community activities in the Mt. Angel area and each year brings more than 300,000 people to the festival.
The popular trail through Silver Falls State Park's forested canyons visits 10 spectacular waterfalls, five more than 100 feet high. The path even leads through mossy caverns behind the falls' shimmering silver curtains.This loop is suitable for families with beginning hikers because side trails provide shortcuts back to the car. Dogs are not allowed on the trail.
The Emerald City is alive with the University of Oregon and an engaging arts community.
Long before the first Euro-American emigrants trekked westward, this road was a trail used by the Takelma and Shasta Peoples as a trade route.
This portion of the southwest Oregon is homeland to the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Indians. They thrived here for thousands of years before contact with Euro-Americans.