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Old 04-16-2015, 01:47 PM   #15
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Smith Rock!! (45 minutes from Bend). Stunning!! As wonderful as any of our great National Parks are!
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Old 04-17-2015, 02:46 PM   #16
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lots of great stuff to see in OR but make sure you check the camping places in advance as a 30' trailer may be hard to park in some of the locations already mentioned.
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I'll echo Duncans post about the Old McKenzie Pass (Hwy 242) for great mountain and lava field views. Tow vehicle only, though, and make sure the snow has been plowed up and over.
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Old 04-18-2015, 11:14 AM   #18
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I would suggest what I call the perimeter tour... 101 up the coast you can go all the way up or tate road to Tillamook tour cheese factory, buy supplies, eat ice cream.... Travel to Portland.... Eat your way through Portland... Great food.... Must go to voodoo donuts.... Then East along the gorge... See Columbia and wind surfing at Hood River... Stop at Multnomah falls... And the is that big fish hatchery that has the breading size sturgeon.... OK so I like weird fish... Sue me..... Then on the Washington side is the mini stone henge and the hot springs

Idk how to get you home from there but there are a ton of back roads... Let us know if you find anything Interesring
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Keep in mind Oregon is roughly 98,000 square miles. You could pack Ohio & Pennsylvania inside add Delaware, RI, and still have 3,000 square miles left over. Of 4M people over half live in the Portland metro area. There is a lot of space, not a lot of people. You have forests, high desert, the ocean, Mt Hood 11,000 ft volcano. Remember Mt St Helens in WA is only 80 miles north & worth seeing.
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