Oregon

Start at the coast, hit up breweries and food trucks in Portland, explore hundreds of waterfalls in the Columbia River Gorge, ski or snowboard year-round on Mt. Hood and continue on to the Alvord Desert. Even with all of this adventure, you'll just be scratching the surface of what Oregon has to offer.

Top Adventures in Oregon

  • Hike Oneonta Gorge

    *Currently closed (except a small portion of the upper trail between Multnomah Spur and Trail #444 on Larch Mountain)...here This hike is very short (1 mile roundtrip) but does take some time to do. The trail leads down from the road into a stream...

    1 miles

  • Explore Latourell Falls

    Latourell Falls is a beautiful and unique waterfall in the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon. This amazing waterfall is just a few hundred yards from the road and parking lot. Once you park, there is a viewpoint for the falls that is straight ahead.T...

    2.4 miles 520 ft gain

  • Explore Multnomah Falls

    Anytime you're visiting the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon it is worth making a quick stop at Multnomah Falls. The parking lot is right by the road and the waterfall is right by the parking lot. Its is only a few hundred feet walk on an even paved...

  • Hike to Metlako & Punchbowl Falls

    *Currently Closed, find out more info hereThis is a fairly short hike. 2 miles in to Punchbowl Falls (past Metlako Falls) and then 2 miles out. I’ve done it in all sorts of conditions from 95 degree sunny summer days to a trip in a deep freeze whe...

    4 miles 500 ft gain

  • Hike to Bagby Hot Springs

    Bagby Hot Springs is actually a set of amazing bathhouses nestled in the forest outside of Estacada. They are one of Oregon’s most poplar hot springs, and for good reason. The hike into the hot springs is easy and quite scenic. You’ll cross a brid...

    3.4 miles

  • Short Hike to Abiqua Falls

    This trail is unmarked and a little rough and rugged. The land is privately owned by Mount Angel Abbey, but they don't appear to have problems with courteous hikers. Walking out of the parking area back up the road in the direction you came from, ...

    1 miles 180 ft gain

  • Hike the Wildwood Trail

    Take the train to Washington Park and hike through the arboretum. This will bypass a few miles of Wildwood Trail, but you won't miss much.In the arboretum, the trail twists and turns through the trees, will smaller trails jutting off to the sides,...

    10 miles 450 ft gain

  • Snowshoe the Rim at Crater Lake NP

    Why Go? Avoid the crowds in summer and have the entire 33 mile long rim and 21 square miles of beautiful Crater Lake to yourself. Sunrises and sunsets that will take your breath away; stars and a milky way you can get lost in for days. Expect soli...

    33 miles

  • Hike the Trail of Ten Falls Loop

    The unique feature of South Falls, Lower South Falls, and Middle North Falls are the paths that pass behind the falls providing an amazing visual and auditory experience; however, be sure to have a good bag for your equipment to avoid water damage...

    8.7 miles 1300 ft gain

  • Visit Bridal Veil Falls

    The trailhead for this short hike is right off of the Columbia River Highway just west of Multnomah Falls. You can't miss the parking lot for it; there is a sign for Bridal Veil and the parking lot is visible from the road.The hike is only 0.6 mil...

    1.2 miles

  • Hike to Fairy Falls

    Fairy Falls sits in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge, not much more than a mile from the Wahkeena Trailhead. The parking lot is right off the Old Columbia River Highway and will be packed with cars in the summer.Head up the trail towards Wahk...

    2 miles

  • Hike to the Opal Creek Pools

    The Opal Creek pools are a wonderful place to visit year-round, but they’re a true oasis on a hot summer day. With a variety of rock outcroppings and ledges to jump off of, and plenty of room to spread out for a picnic, this is a summertime magnet...

    7 miles

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    • Madras, Oregon

      Mecca Flat Campground

      Situated on the banks of the Deschutes Wild and Scenic River, Mecca Flat Campground is located just a mile and a half from Oregon State HIghway 26 near Warm Springs. The site features 13 family cam...

    • Douglas County, Oregon

      Bunker Hill Campground

      Overview This campground clings to the northwest shore of Lemolo Lake beneath the heavily wooded Bunker Hill. Bald eagles often soar above the lodgepole pine forest. Bunker Hill Campground is popul...

    • CKENZIE BRIDGE, Oregon

      Roaring River (Group)

      Overview Campers at Roaring River Group Campground enjoy the soothing sounds of the aptly named Roaring River flowing past their campsites. The campground is tucked in a wooded setting in Willamett...

    • 2435 Southwest Jericho Lane

      Redmond / Central Oregon KOA

    • Cascade Locks, Oregon

      Cascade Locks / Portland East KOA

    • La Pine, Oregon

      Newberry Group Camp Site

      Overview Boasting some of central Oregon's most spectacular scenery, Newberry Group Campground is the only exclusive group site area within the Newberry National Volcanic Monument.Located along the...

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