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The free Bradford Island Visitor Center at the Bonneville Lock and Dam offers great views of the Gorge and the chance to get face-to-face to the fish that call the Columbia River ...
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The official Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area's interpretive center triggers kids' imaginations with its creative architecture and interactive exhibits that feature a ...
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Director Park is located in downtown Portland and is home to art and culture that families will love exploring. The highlight of the park is its many fountains in which kids can ...
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Fazio Farms in Portland, Oregon, is a great day trip for families visiting in the fall. Enjoy a 6.5-acre corn maze, pumpkin picking, a family fun zone with blow up slides and ...
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Take a cooler, sunscreen and an appetite for this 35-mile scenic loop of farms. You can pick your own cherries, berries, peaches and apples or peruse bountiful, bins of fruit ...
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Families can tap their artistic side with this spacious, colorful glass studio along the Mount Hood Fruit Loop. Kids (and adults) can choose to create projects, such as vases, ...
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Work on America's first planned scenic byway began in 1913, hugging the cliffs above the Columbia River Gorge and curving through forests. It invited the first generation of ...
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There are lots of little towns dotted along the 80-mile Gorge, but Hood River easily wins as best hub for family fun with its laid-back, artsy and outdoorsy vibe. Head down to the ...
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Near Corbett, this drive up the mountain and short hike among supersized trees leads to an overlook that rewards visitors with views of Mt. Hood, Mt. Adams, Mt. Jefferson, Mt. ...
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For a pretty place to picnic, you can find cozy, shaded shoreline spots all along Lost Lake, which is tucked into the Hood River National Forest between Hood River and Mt. Hood. ...
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No matter how you approach this mountain, it's a gorgeous drive up and offers chances to make snowballs or even ski year-round. There are few things as strange as watching skiers ...
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At 620 feet high, Multnomah Falls ranks as the granddaddy of local waterfalls, and tops everyone's list of Oregon sights to see. Besides the overall "wow" factor, you can stretch ...
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Home to a planetarium, an Omnimax theater, a former Navy submarine (the USS Blueback) and five exhibit halls, a family could easily spend an entire day at OMSI. The Science ...
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The Oregon Zoo is internationally known for its successful breeding of elephants. Ride the zoo's railway to see more than 1,000 animals, including zebras, giraffes and rhinos in ...
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Located in Washington Park, across from the Oregon Zoo, the Children's Museum attracts half-pints who want to create sculptures in the clay studio, pretend shop in the grocery ...
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Also in Washington Park, the Japanese Garden is the ideal place to unwind after spending the morning at the Children's Museum. Considered one of the most authentic Japanese ...
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Held between March and December, the nation's longest-running, open-air arts market features purveyors selling their wares along the Willamette River. On any given Saturday (and ...
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Billed as the nation's largest independent bookstore, Powell's occupies an entire city block, and a map is necessary to navigate. Make your way to the immense children's book ...
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Providence Park is home to Portland's professional soccer teams -- the Timbers and the Thorns FC. Families will enjoy watching a soccer match along with the loyal fan base that ...
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