Albany – Preserving the Past

June 6, 2017

courtesy of Albany Visitors Association Historic Albany is proud of its roots, vintage architecture, and museums but it’s not “stuck in the past.” Known for having one of the largest collections of historic buildings in the state, this collection includes styles from the 1850s through the 1920s and is concentrated within an area of approximately […]

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Oregon State Parks

May 30, 2017

The network of state parks in Oregon is certainly one of the finest in the nation, and perhaps the most scenic and diverse. They stretch from the eastern high deserts through the Cascades and Coast ranges and down to the beaches in the west. They range in size and amenities from large, full-service parks with […]

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On The Road With Pets

May 23, 2017

information courtesy of Jan Bradfeldt (photos courtesy of RVIA) Jan Bradfeldt, co-owner of Snowcreek Shorthairs and owner of Oregon Urban Dog, has bred and raised shorthairs for 38 years, producing two National Specialty winners, multiple Best in Show dogs, International Champions, Master Hunters, and Obedience-titled dogs. Her kennel is best known for producing dogs with […]

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Solar Eclipse 2017

May 18, 2017

written by Rob Lafferty  /  photos and graphics courtesy of NASA If you’ve been on another planet for the past year, you might not know there’s a total solar eclipse coming to the Great Northwest this summer on August 21. A great many people have heard, however – and by the time you read this, […]

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A “Record Breaking Year” – Astoria-Warrenton-Seaside KOA

May 16, 2017

Astoria-Warrenton-Seaside KOA dives into the Guiness Book of World Records written by Rob Lafferty / photos courtesy of Lee Wheeler Traveling in your RV while on vacation, what could be better than to roll into a park in a secluded, historic location that offers full amenities and a multitude of family-friendly activities right on the […]

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Heart of Oregon – Coast to the High Desert

May 11, 2017

The Heart of Oregon Bridging Oregon from the Coast to the High Desert Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save

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Oregon Visitor Guides

May 3, 2017

Get a head start on your trip to Oregon by ordering your free copies of the following publications. Each highlight some of the epic adventures that makes Oregon an unparalleled destination experience. The Travel Oregon Visitor Guide is a comprehensive planning guide to help you organize your trip and see why our little home in […]

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RV Industry is Reaching New Fan Base

April 25, 2017

via The Economist Early spring is the main selling season for recreational vehicles (RVs). RVs are a quintessentially American invention: more than two-thirds are made in the United States. Nationally, sales surged to 430,000 units last year, a 40-year high. At the inexpensive end they sell for as little as $5,000 for a caravan; deluxe […]

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Redmond Country Rediscovered

April 18, 2017

story courtesy of Central Oregon Visitors Association (Bend – Sunriver – Redmond – Sisters – La Pine – Madras – Prineville) The beauty of visiting Central Oregon, especially in the summer or early autumn, is that you don’t need to spend your life’s savings to make a weekend of memories that last a lifetime. Here […]

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Oregon State Parks Open Additional Eclipse Camping

April 11, 2017

story courtesy of Oregon State Parks Starting at 8 a.m. April 19, 2017, Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) will open reservations for approximately 1,000 campsites for the August 21, 2017, total solar eclipse. These sites are in addition to our regular campsites, most of which have been reserved since November 2016. About two-thirds of […]

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