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Oregon's northwestern setting right on the Pacific Ocean attracts millions of visitors every year, and we offer hotel accommodations ranging from the finest 5-star hotels to coastal spas and mountain resorts. The annual Portland Rose Festival gives you the opportunity to select a luxury Portland hotel with simply stunning mountain views. If you are attending a function at the University of Oregon, consider a discount Eugene OR hotel for convenience. Our Guide is your indispensable tool for finding the lowest prices on the best hotels.

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The Pacific Northwest state of Oregon is sandwiched between California and Washington. The Coast Range of mountains extends north to south, and the Willamette River Valley west of this range is the most populous area of the state and boasts the majority of Oregon hotels for your stay. The Valley is bounded on the east by the snow-covered Cascades. You will find Portland, Eugene and Salem, all stretching along I-5 in this verdant valley.

Portland is tucked into the northwestern corner of the state and all outdoor activities reign here, including hiking, biking, skiing, windsurfing, fishing and more. It’s no surprise that the city which is home to the International Rose Test Garden would also be the site for the annual Portland Rose Festival, with its popular parade. Nearby Mt. Hood National Forest is a terrific locale, extending from the Columbia River Gorge southward, with its renowned 11,240 foot tall mountain, popular with climbers.

Capital city Salem is about 50 miles south of Portland, with a metro population of about 400,000. Continue another 75 miles or so, and you come to Eugene, home to the University of Oregon. Both of these cities carry on the outdoor theme of the entire state, with Eugene having a vibrant arts and counterculture community.

Eastern Oregon brings you to the mile-deep Hells Canyon surrounded by 10,000 ft high mountains, and to the colorful Painted Hills, part of John Day Fossil Beds National Monument. Southern Oregon is home to Crater Lake National Park, which features the purest lake surrounded by sheer cliffs. Follow the steps of the famous explorers and of Native Americans at Lewis & Clark National Historical Park, at the mouth of the Columbia River. Rock climb with the best at Smith Rock State Park, just one of the plethora of fine Oregon State Parks available.

Willamette River Valley Scenic Bikeway is 132 miles winding through the most beautiful Oregon scenery, and with the right gear you can ride it year-round. There are many routes for exploring this green state’s abundant attractions – make a plan today!

Best Oregon Parks

Crater Lake National Park

It may come as a surprise to you that this park’s setting is one of the snowiest in the Northwest U.S., with over 500 inches of snow annually.  In late Spring, Rim Drive begins to clear for walkers, bicyclists and cars. July to mid-September, things get hopping, with lake boat tours and park-ranger led, historic trolley tours. For an amazing experience, join a ranger for a sunset hike to Watchman Peak. Find Discount Hotels near Crater Lake National Park.

John Day Fossil Beds National Monument

Carefully preserved fossils from the last tens of millions of years are preserved here; get acquainted with the park at its Paleontology Center museum. Highlights of the park include the 1,100 foot high Sheep Rock peak, a stunning view of Cathedral Rock, and the breathtaking reds, golds and blacks of the Painted Hills. A 45-minute walking tour of an historic sheep ranch is offered daily; intriguing evening and night ranger programs are offered as well. Find Discount Hotels near John Day Fossil Beds National Monument.

Shore Acres State Park

Lush and visually stunning, Shore Acres’ visitors enjoy strolling through two rose gardens and relaxing by an oriental style pond. A trail gives you access to an isolated cove at Simpson Beach. An enclosed observation gets you out of the weather where you can watch for migrating grey whales; the park is one of 26 "Whale Watching Spoken Here" sites. Find Discount Hotels near Shore Acres State Park.

Silver Falls State Park

Oregon’s Cascade Mountains set the stage for a wonderland featuring the nationally renowned Trail of Ten Falls. You will be awestruck by these majestic falls, a few of which you can walk behind to feel the invigorating spray. There are 25 miles of hiking trains, 14 miles of horse trails and mountain biking is permitted on over 25 trail miles. Find Discount Hotels near Silver Falls State Park.

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