Oregon is quickly becoming both a travel destination and an enticing place to live for many people, especially the younger generation.

Portland, Oregon is a city that attracts many young people, and it’s known for its quirky culture. For the craft beer enthusiast, Portland has a host of options for many different specialty beers to try. There are a variety of different microbreweries which brew their own beer. There are also a variety of specialty coffee shops and bookstores. Interestingly, Portland has the highest number of strip clubs of any place in America. Many people are surprised at how common it is for the city’s residents to ride bicycles almost everywhere.

For people who enjoy hiking and nature, Oregon has a lot to offer. Some of Oregon’s best known landmarks include Crater Lake, a beautiful lake in the southern-central area of Oregon. Crater Lake is the deepest lake in America, and has extremely pure water. It was formed over 7000 years ago through a volcanic eruption.

Don’t know what to eat when in Oregon? Check out the Dungeness crab, wild mushrooms, hazelnuts, pears, and biscuits. Don’t know what to pack for your trip to Oregon? Make sure to get waterproof gear, insect repellent, comfortable shoes, a water bottle, and sunscreen. Want to know the best places to go for nature trips? Check out Crater Lake National Park, Columbia River Gorge, Cannon Beach, Mount Hood, the Oregon Dunes, and Cascade Locks. Looking for some cities to visit other than Portland? Check out Astoria, Newport, Ashland, and Salem. Interested in what historical landmarks to check out in Oregon? Check out the Peter Iredale Shipwreck, the Kin Wah Chung Heritage Site, the Lewis and Clark park, the Tillamook Air Museum, Fort Astoria, the Timberline Lodge, the Jacksonville Houses, the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, and the Pittock Mansion.

You can find out more about all of this by reading our present and future blog posts. Stay tuned!