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Oregon Trivia

Q: 5 Confederate Soldiers from South Carolina founded an Oregon settlement. Do you know the name of this settlement?

A: Sumpter, first known as Fort Sumpter until the US Post Office refused the name and it was shortened to Sumpter.




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Thundereggs

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Lavender Festival

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Columbia Gorge

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Oregon's 7 Regions

*The Coastal Region:

*Central Oregon:

*Eastern Oregon:

*The Portland Region:

The Oregon Coast has 360 miles of public coastline for you to enjoy. You will discover Oregon's evergreen forests, vast beaches and rugged cliffs along with great coastal villages and friendly residents. Take the family to some historic sites like: charming lighthouses along the Oregon Coast shoreline. Your family will love the Oregon Coast Aquarium as well as the Mark O. Hatfield Marine Science Center. Whale watching and storm watching are always great activities. Antiques to great eateries can be found in this beautiful Coastal Region. Not only will you find lava beds you will find exciting outdoor activities. The mountains like the Three Sisters and Mt Jefferson offer you great hiking trails and wildlife viewing, horseback riding, and winter snow sports. Skiing anyone? Mt Bachelor is one of Central Oregon's winter hot spots. There are great resorts and many places to stay throughout this region. Discover some wonderful eateries, antique and quaint shops while you embrace  the breathtaking mountain view. Seeing this vast region in the winter is beyond words. The great outdoors will call your name to embrace Eastern Oregon landscape. The history of the gold rush and mining towns are just waiting for you explore them. Learn about our Native American's and our Oregon Trail roots. The winter season offers great wildlife viewing, hunting, fishing, snowmobiling and all the outdoor sports you will want to tackle. It is a great time to travel around the countryside and try out your photography skills. The mountains are beautiful and the shopping is grand at all the quaint shops.   Portland has many wonderful events for you to enjoy. Check out the Pioneer Courthouse Square's spectacular events. Experience the hiking trails in the Portland Region and do some birding and wildlife viewing. Tubing snowball fights and skiing on Mt Hood can bring many hours of fun. There are great shops and museums for those who want some indoor activities. Do you like theater and fine foods? Explore the metro area for wonderful parks and local festivals. The Portland Region is very diverse and has great gardens, galleries, sports events and concerts for you to embrace.
 

*Southern Oregon

*Mt Hood & The Columbia River Gorge:

*Willamette Valley:

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Visiting Southern Oregon is a great learning experience. Southern Oregon is known for its large bird population. You need to stop and embrace the birding, fishing, hiking and lots of water sports that are just waiting for you. Check out the museums and travel around the back roads to see the sights. Cross country skiing and snowmobiling are wonderful winter sports. Southern Oregon has many wonderful festivals for you to discover. Spring is a great time to see all the colorful foliage by hiking, biking and horseback riding  the forest trails. This is a great time to visit the beautiful waterfalls and travel the back roads to see the changing season of the orchards. The local farms have great crafts, fruits and veggies. The shops are full of terrific gifts. There are wonderful forests for hunting. This region has many rivers and streams for fishing fun for you and your family. Take the time to visit some of the small towns and learn about this historic area. There is a lot for you to discover. The Willamette Valley is very diverse and has something for everyone. If you are looking for outdoor activities like horseback riding, biking, and hiking then you are in the right place. As you travel around the Willamette Valley you will discover art galleries, concert, theater, wine tours, and eateries just waiting for you and your family. Winter offers you a great time at indoor and outdoor sports. It is also a good time for exploring with historic walking tours as well as visiting some of the wonderful museums to learn about our historic Native American and Pioneer heritage. Take the time to embrace Oregon. There is much to see, do and experience. Let us know if we can help you see and Embrace Oregon.

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