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Welcome to Oregon -- a 100% real place. 'Travel Oregon' tells us, when you're here, you might swear otherwise. Go cycling, take a hike, visit Crater Lake, drive the Oregon Coast, walk the beach, visit the Oregon Trail. Below you'll see some amazing attractions in Oregon, but the fact is, the photos of a Mountainside or Waterfall doesn't do it justice. You have to go there to get it.

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Umpqua National Forest

The Umpqua National Forest is nestled on the western slopes of the Cascade Mountains. Explosive geologic events shaped the distinctive landscape on the 983,129-acre forest, and provide spectacular scenery as well as an abundance of natural and cultural resources. Visitors discover a diverse place of thundering waters, high mountain lakes, heart-stopping rapids, and peaceful ponds. The Forest is characterized by its many waterfalls, including the 293-foot Watson Falls on the North Umpqua Highway.

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Oregon Coast Highway

Scenic driving route along Oregon's Pacific coast and through the mountains.

Crater Lake

Crater Lake National Park

Crater Lake formed 7,700 years ago, when a violent eruption triggered the collapse of a towering volcano. Fed by rain and snow, it’s the deepest lake in the United States.

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Rogue Valley

The Rogue Valley is well loved for many reasons. For its “Wild and Scenic” Rogue River that runs from Crater Lake to the Pacific. Enjoy award winning vineyards, hiking, outdoor adventures and more in Rogue Valley!


Wildlife Safari

Wildlife Safari is home to hundreds of animals that wander freely over the 600-acre park, which guests can drive through. The park also includes a walkthrough exhibit displaying some of the park's smaller animals.

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Red Roof Inn & Suites Medford - Airport

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