PDX Quick Guide

If you’ve only got a few minutes and don’t want to spend ages searching for something to do, we’ve created the Quick Guide to give you an easy categorical resource for Portland’s fun activities, easy shopping, hits-the-spot dining, cultural hotspots and more. This handy little guide gives you just a few picks to choose from so you can get out there and enjoy the best that Portland has to offer. C’mon, now: Take your pick; the City of Roses waits to be discovered. 

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Oregon ZooOregon Zoo | Washington Park 4001 S.W. Canyon Rd., 503.226.1561, OregonZoo.org

Community supported since 1888, the Oregon Zoo has become a world leader in animal welfare and conservation, and a celebrated destination that inspires more than 1.6 million visitors each year to create a better future for wildlife. Located on 64 beautiful forested acres in Portland’s Washington Park, the Oregon Zoo invites visitors on a journey to explore native ecosystems, outdoor art, world-class exhibits and amazing creatures.


Pittock Mansion | 3229 N.W. Pittock Dr., 503.823.3623, PittockMansion.orgScreen Shot 2015-05-20 at 10.33.57 AM

Long before hipsters were cruising the streets on fixed gear bikes or weekenders were trekking up and down the trails of Forest Park, one family was setting the stage for Portland’s future. Pittock Mansion is full of rich history and remarkable stories of one of Portland’s first and most influential families. Nestled high in the West Hills, the Pittock Mansion overlooks the city’s skyline from 1,000 feet up — the perfect place to learn about how Portland became what it is today. 


Pink TrolleyHop-On Hop Off Portland Trolley Tour | 503.241.7373, graylineofportland.net

See all the many and varied attractions the “Rose City” has to offer on board the Big Pink Sightseeing Trolley Tour. This expertly-narrated 1 hour and 20 minute tour is an excellent way to experience our city at your own pace with 12 carefully chosen stops where you can hop off to spend time and reboard later. With service at every stop at 1 hour intervals you can spend the day exploring all the highlights of Portland. 


Albertina Kerr Bikes |1020 S.W. Naito Parkway, 503.808.9955, KerrBikes.org Albertina Kerr

Kerr Bikes offers a great way for visitors to explore the waterfront. In addition to standard bike rentals, tandem bikes and trail-a-bikes, Kerr Bikes kicks up the fun with surreys, deuce coupes, choppers and quad sports. Grab a bike for yourself, pile the whole family on a surrey or just bring a date for a romantic pedal along Portland’s beautiful waterfront. 


Tillamook CheeseTillamook Cheese Factory | 4175 Hwy. 101 N., Tillamook, 503.815.1300, 800.542.7290, TillamookCheese.com/CheeseFactory

The Tillamook Cheese Factory features a free, self-guided tour with video presentations on the history of Tillamook and the cheesemaking process. Make sure you stop by the sample counter for a taste of several varieties of cheese, including famous Squeaky Cheese. There is also a cheese, gift and gourmet shop, the Creamery Café for breakfast or lunch, and delicious Tilllamook ice cream at the dipping counter.


OHS Full Building Shot - Bob SetterbergOregon Historical Society | 1200 S.W. Park Ave., 503.222.1741, ohs.org

Explore Oregon’s past at the Oregon Historical Society! Located in downtown Portland on the South Park Blocks, the Oregon Historical Society’s museum is open seven days a week, and features original and traveling exhibitions that tell stories of the people, places, and events that have shaped Oregon and American history. Our world-class research library is open Tuesday – Saturday and is the perfect place to research a historic home or family genealogy. 

BeerQuest PDX | 503.460.7150, beerquestpdx.com

Clackamas County Historical Society | 211 Tumwater Drive, Oregon City Off Hwy. 99E, 12 miles south of Portland, 503.657.9336, HistoricOregonCity.org

The Grotto | N.E. 85th Ave. & Sandy Blvd., 503.254.7371, TheGrotto.org

High Life Adventures | 33136 Hwy. 101 Business, Warrenton, 503.861.9875, Highlife-Adventures.com

Lan Su Chinese Garden | 239 N.W. Everett St., 503.228.8131, LanSuGarden.org

Museum of the Oregon Territory | 211 Tumwater Drive, Oregon City, 503.655.5574, clackamashistory.org

North Clackamas Aquatic Park | 7300 S.E. Harmony Road Off I-205, near Clackamas Town Center, 503.557.SURF, ncprd.com

Oaks Amusement Park & Roller Skating Rink | 7805 S.E. Oaks Park Way, 503.233.5777, oakspark.com

Oregon State Hospital Museum of Mental Health | 2600 Center St. NE, Salem, 503.945.2800, oshmuseum.org

Portland Aerial Tram| 3303 S.W. Bond Ave., GoByTram.com

Portland Art Museum |1219 S.W. Park Ave., 503.226.2811, PortlandArtMuseum.org

Portland Kayak Company | 6600 S.W. Macadam Ave., 503.459.4050, PortlandKayak.com 

Portland Saturday Market | 108 W. Burnside St., 503.222.6072, PortlandSaturdayMarket.com 

Portland Walking Tours | 701 SW 6th Ave., Ste. 130, 503.736.3248, portlandwalkingtours.com

Timberline Lodge | 27500 E. Timberline Road, Mt. Hood, 503.272.3311, 800.547.1406, TimberlineLodge.com

Tree to Tree Adventure Park | 2975 S.W. Nelson Road, Gaston, 503.357.0109, TreetoTreeAdventurePark.com

VIP Outdoors | 503.550.7048, vipoutdoors.com

Vino Ventures | 6700 SW 105th Avenue, Suite 104, Beaverton, 503.244.4653, vinoventures.com

World Forestry Center Discovery Museum | Washington Park 4033 S.W. Canyon Rd., 503.228.1367, WorldForestry.org

World of Speed | 27490 S.W. 95th Ave., Wilsonville, 503.757.6401, worldofspeed.org 


EcoVibe Boutique

EcoVibe Boutique | 820 N.W. 23rd. Ave., ecovibeapparel.com, byangeline.com, edenandfaith.storenvy.com, nwtable.com

EcoVibe Boutique brings together four conscious retailers and designers (EcoVibe Apparel, By Angeline, Eden & Faith and Northwest Table) into one inspired space, offering an array of fine jewelry, gifts, and apparel for women and children.


Fossil CartelThe Fossil Cartel | 333 SW Taylor St #15, 503.228.6998, FossilCartel.com

Where else in Portland can you travel back 500 million years or hold part of a distant star? At The Fossil Cartel you’ll find world-class fossils, crystals, minerals, jewelry and meteorites. From exquisite Brazilian amethyst cathedrals to Dicranurus Monstrosus trilobites to our very own Oregon opals and Oregon Sunstones, you’ll find unique objects of unequaled beauty. 


Made in OregonMade In Oregon | Various locations, visit MadeinOregon.com for more information.

Made In Oregon has been the one-stop shop for an array of Oregon’s gourmet foods and gifts since 1975. An excellent shopping experience for visitors and tourists, as well as local customers. You will find Oregon’s finest chocolate-covered hazelnuts, pinot noir, salmon and marion berries. Also carrying an assortment of souvenirs, t-shirts, handmade jewelry, handcrafted pottery and Pendleton blankets. 


Maloys JewelryMaloy’s Jewelry | 717 S.W. 10th Ave., 503.223.4720, Maloys.com 

Maloy’s has been delighting lovers of antique jewelry for over 25 years. It is a charming jewel box full of wonders in the heart of downtown. Friendly and knowledgeable staff are happy to guide you as you explore cases brimming with twinkling and unique gems from the past. From the boldness of an Art Deco bracelet to the delicacy of an Edwardian platinum pendant, you are sure to discover many favorites. 


Pearl SpecialtyPearl Specialty Market & Spirits | 900 N.W. Lovejoy #140, 503.477.8604, PearlSpecialty.com

Pearl Specialty Market & Spirits recognizes and celebrates the significant value of local brewers, distillers and winemakers. Located in Portland’s Pearl District, the store is home to hundreds of bottles of fine products that were produced right here in the state of Oregon. Whether you are looking for a specific beer, wine or spirit — or perhaps you just want to browse the new releases — you will likely find what you seek within the impressive array of over 1000 liquors, 600 beers and 400 wines. And don’t forget about the 300-plus label cigar selection stored in a temperature and humidity controlled walk-in humidor. 


real mother gooseThe Real Mother Goose | Two locations: Downtown: 901 S.W. Yamhill, Portland 503.223.9510; Portland Airport: 503.284.9929; TheRealMotherGoose.com 

Imagine a year-round arts festival showcasing the work of nearly 1,000 artists, and you’ll begin to understand what it’s like to visit The Real Mother Goose. Nationally recognized as the Pacific Northwest’s largest fine American craft gallery, the city-block-long store displays an extensive collection of handcrafted jewelry, art glass, ceramics, heirloom-quality furniture and other multimedia artwork. 

Alchemy | 1022 N.W. Lovejoy 503.227.8373, AlchemyJeweler.com 

Bonnet | 1129 N.W. Flanders St. 503.954.2271, BonnetBoutique.com 

Machus | 542 East Burnside St., 503.680.3868, machusonline.com

Parallel | 1122 N.W. Marshall St., 503.274.8885, parallelportland.com

Paxton Gate | 4204 N. Mississippi Ave., 503.719.4508, paxtongatepdx.com

Rachelle M Rustic House of Fashion | 132 N.W. 12th Ave., 971.319-6934, rachellem.com

SaySay Boutique | 1010 S.W. Morrison St., 503.223.1282, saysayboutique.com

Silkwood | 809 N.W. 11th Ave. 503.208.3787, Silkwood.us

Tender Loving Empire | 12 S.W. 10th Ave., 503.243.5859, tenderlovingempire.com

Physical Element | 416 N.W. 12th Ave., 503.224.5425, PhysicalElement.com 

Presents of Mind | 3633 S.E. Hawthorne Blvd., 503.230.7740, presentsofmind.tv

Hand-Eye Supply | 23 N.W. 4th Ave., 503.575.9769, handeyesupply.com

MadeHere PDX | 40 N.W. 10th Ave., 503.224.0122, madeherepdx.com

Posh Lingerie | 7459 S.W. Bridgeport Road, 503.596.2674, poshlingerie.net

Woonwinkle | 925 S.W. Washington St., 503.334.2088, woonwinkelhome.com 


HubersHuber’s |411 S.W. Third Ave., 503.228.5686, Hubers.com

Huber’s today is spun in shades of yesterday. The remnants of a turn-of-the-century deluxe men’s bar, the antique décor is still intact, complete with brass cash registers, antique clocks, solid mahogany paneling and crowned by an arched, stained-glass skylight. The house specialties are roast turkey, baked ham and cole slaw, which have been traditions at Huber’s since its origin in 1879. The menu also includes several seafood entrées, steaks, pasta dishes, salads and sandwiches. 


Kennedy SchoolMcMenamins Kennedy School | 5736 N.E. 33rd Ave., 503.249.3983, McMenamins.com/KennedySchool

This historic 1915 elementary school stood empty for years and was scheduled for demolition until the McMenamin brothers renovated it into one of Portland’s most unique destinations. Enjoy breakfast, lunch, happy hour and dinner made with fresh, seasonal ingredients, in addition to micro-brewed ales, recent-run movies and 57 guestrooms with access to the soaking pool.


SaltysSalty’s On the Columbia River | 3839 N.E. Marine Drive 503.946.3331, Saltys.com/Portland

Salty’s, Portland’s premier seafood restaurant, not only serves you world-class seafood with an award-winning wine list, they also give you sweeping views of the Columbia River. At Salty’s, chefs go out of their way to provide you with the freshest Dungeness crab, local oysters, wild Alaskan salmon and halibut in season. Or choose CAB Natural steaks, gourmet pasta, creative sandwiches and salads. Sunday Brunch, also on Saturdays, is an all-you-can-eat extravagant display of fresh seafood and traditional brunch favorites. 


SwagathSwagat | Nob Hill: 2074 N.W. Lovejoy St., 503.227.4300; Beaverton: 4325 S.W. 109th Ave., 503.626.3000; Swagat; Hillsboro: 1340 N.E. Orenco Station Pkwy., 503.844.3838, Swagat.com

Swagat, which means “welcome,” is the only Indian restaurant in Portland whose signature dishes include specialties from Madras and the Southeast. Indian cuisine is defined by an enchanting variety of textures and flavors, and Swagat will not disappoint. The menu features tandoori dishes, biriyani entrées, Madras specialties and both vegetarian and nonvegetarian entrées. 


Dundee BistroThe Dundee Bistro |100 S.W. 7th St., Dundee, 503.554.1650, DundeeBistro.com

The Dundee Bistro’s tag, The place for vintners and friends since 1999, continues to describe this casually upscale restaurant that welcomes guests arriving in boots from the vineyards, suits from the cities, and locals and visitors from around the world. From its establishment, The Bistro has showcased sustainable foods from the valley’s farms, ranches, forests and waters. 


Zues CafeZeus Café | 303 S.W. 12th Ave. (enter on Stark St.), 503.384.2500, ZeusCafepdx.com

Located downtown at the entrance to the Pearl District and steps away from Powell’s Books, the legendary McMenamins Crystal Ballroom and more, Zeus Café is set on the first floor of McMenamins Crystal Hotel. Open daily at 7 a.m., the café offers brunch, lunch and dinner, plus happy hour and late-night dining using seasonal ingredients from local purveyors and growers. 


Andina | 1314 N.W. Glisan St., 503.228.9535, andinarestaurant.com

Beast | 5425 N.E. 30th Ave., 503.841.6968, beastpdx.com

East Burn | 1800 E. Burnside St., 503.236.2876, theeastburn.com

Expatriate | 5424 N.E. 30th Ave., expatriatepdx.com

Goose Hollow Inn | 1927 S.W. Jefferson St., 503.228.7010, goosehollowinn.com

Kachka | 720 N.E. Grand Ave., 503.235.0059, kachkapdx.com

Paragon | 1309 N.W. Hoyt St., 503.833.5060, paragonrestaurant.com

Pastini Pastaria | 911 SW Taylor St., 503.863.5188, pastini.com 


real mother goose

The Real Mother Goose | Two locations: Downtown: 901 S.W. Yamhill, 503.223.9510, Portland International Airport, 503.284.9929; TheRealMotherGoose.com

Imagine a year-round arts festival showcasing the work of nearly 1,000 artists, and you’ll begin to understand what it’s like to visit The Real Mother Goose. Nationally recognized as the Pacific Northwest’s largest fine American craft gallery, the city-block-long store displays an extensive collection of handcrafted jewelry, art glass, ceramics, heirloom-quality furniture and other multimedia artwork. 

Brian Marki Fine Art & Framing | 2236 N.E. Broadway St., 503.249.5659, brianmarki.com

Pearl Gallery & Framing | 1017 N.W. Davis St., 503.274.9878, pearlframing.com

Land Gallery | 3925 N. Mississippi Ave., 503.451.0689, landpdx.com


Lakewood Theatre Company | Lakewood Center for the Arts; 368 S. State St., Lake Oswego; Box Office: 503.635.3901; Lakewood-Center.org

Oregon Ballet Theatre | 818 S.E. 6th Ave., 503.2.BALLET (503.222.5538); OBT.org

Oregon Symphony | 921 S.W. Washington, Ste. 200, 503.228.1353, orsymphony.org

Portland Center Stage | Gerding Theater at the Armory, 128 N.W. Eleventh Ave., 503.445.3700, PCS.org


Alameda Brewhouse | 4765 N.E. Fremont, 503.460.9025, AlamedaBrewing.com

Aria Portland Dry Gin | 2304 N.W. Savier St., 503.781.2357 ariagin.com

Bridgeport Brewing Company | 1313 N.W. Marshall St., 503.241.3612; BridgeportBrew.com

Bull Run Distilling | 2259 N.W. Quimby St., 503.224.3483, bullrundistillery.com

Clear Creek Distillery | 2389 N.W. Wilson St., 503.248.9470, clearcreekdistillery.com

Deschutes Brewery | 210 N.W. 11th Ave., 503.296.4906, DeschutesBrewery.com

Indio Spirits Distillery | 7272 S.W. Durham Road, #100, 503.620.0313, indiospirits.com

Laurelwood Public House & Brewery | Multiple locations: 5115 N.E. Sandy Blvd., 503.282.0622; Airport: Concourse A, 503.493.9427; Concourse E, 503.281.6753; 6716 S.E. Milwaukie Ave., 503.894.8267; LaurelwoodBrewpub.com

McMenamins Pubs & Breweries | Seventeen locations, visit McMenamins.com for more information.

Ram Restaurant & Brewery | Multiple locations: Happy Valley: Clackamas Town Center, 503.659.1282; Wilsonville: 29800 S.W. Boones Ferry Road, 503.570.0200; Salem: 515 12th St., 503.363.1904; TheRam.com

River Pig Saloon | 529 N.W. 13th Ave., 971.266.8897, RiverPigSaloon.com

SakéOne Saké Brewery | 820 Elm St., Forest Grove, 503.357.7056, #235, SakeOne.com

Eastside Distilling | 1512 S.E. 7th Ave., 503.926.7060, EastsideDistilling.com

New Deal Distillery | 900 S.E. Salmon St., 503.234.2513, NewDealDistillery.com


For an interactive map of wineries in the Willamette Valley, visit willamettewines.com.


Ponzi Vineyards | 19500 S.W. Mountain Home Road, Sherwood 503.628.1227, PonziWines.com

Helping close the gap between Willamette Valley wine country and Portland, Ponzi Vineyards has opened a state-of-the-art winery and modern tasting room in Sherwood that provides guests with innovative wine tasting experiences through table-side service, private events and tours of the four-level, gravity-flow wine-making facility. Guests are encouraged to sit down for an experiential tasting, or a glass of their favorite selection and enjoy the seemingly boundless scenery of the Chehalem Mountains and majestic Avellana Vineyard. 

Rex HillREX HILL | 30835 N. Hwy. 99W, Newberg, 503.538.0666, REXHILL.com

REX HILL has been making elegant pinot noir for over 30 years in the Willamette Valley. The landmark winery is located at the gateway to Oregon's wine country and welcomes visitors daily to their historic tasting room. REX HILL also offers educational classes and tours by appointment. Estate vineyards, including the crown-jewel Jacob-Hart Vineyard, are farmed to Biodynamic tenets and the winery itself is LIVE and B Corp certified.

BoedeckerBoedecker Cellars | 2621 N.W. 30th Ave., 503.224.5778, Boedeckercellars.Com

In keeping with that tradition, husband and wife team Athena Pappas and Stewart Boedecker decided several years ago to move their operation out of the country and into the heart of Northwest Portland’s industrial district. Since founding the winery in 2003 in the Willamette Valley, the two have been dedicated to traditionally styled, small-lot wines created exclusively from carefully selected, sustainably farmed local vineyards.

Canas FeastCana’s Feast Winery | 750 W. Lincoln St., Carlton, 503.852.0002, canasfeastwinery.com

Situated among rolling hills in the heart of the Willamette Valley, just an hour’s drive from Portland, Cana’s Feast Winery produces expressive and approachable wines inspired by Old World heritage while celebrating Oregon’s communal spirit. But even as they honor centuries of European tradition, Cana’s Feast takes a decidedly unpretentious, down-to-earth approach to winemaking.


ROCO | 13260 N.E. Red Hills Road, Newberg, 503.538.7625, rocowinery.comRoco



Kings RavenKing’s Raven Winery | 11603 S. New Era Road,  Oregon City, 503.539.7202, kingsravenwine.com

Visit this family owned and operated estate vineyard and winery to enjoy hand crafted, small lot, rare and vintage wines like Maréchal Foch, Leon Millot, Chelois, Phoenix, 114 pinot noir and more. The winery was voted ‘Best Views’ by The Oregonian readers!


Artisanal Wine CellarsArtisanal Wine Cellars | 614 E. First St., Newberg, 503.537.2094, artisanalwinecellars.com

Let your palate take a taste-tour of Oregon! Located in historic downtown Newberg, just 30 minutes from Portland, Artisanal Wine Cellars is a dynamic family winery that skillfully produces small batch, handcrafted Oregon wines — award winning wines made with love!


Fox Farm VineyardsFox Farm Vineyards | 606 E. 1st St., Newberg, 503.538.8466, foxfarmvineyards.com



Anne Amie Vineyards | 6580 N.E. Mineral Springs Road, Carlton, 503.864.2991, anneamie.com 

Archer Vineyard | 32230 N.E. Old Parrett Mountain Road, Newberg, 503.702.0537, archervineyard.com

Archery Summit | 18599 N.E. Archery Summit Road, Dayton, 503.864.4600, archerysummit.com

Beckham Estate Vineyard | 30790 S.W. Heater Road, Sherwood, 971.645.3466, beckhamestatevineyard.com

Benton – Lane Winery | 23924 Territorial Highway, Monroe, 541.847.5792, benton-lane.com

Bergström Wines | 18215 N.E. Calkins Lane, Newberg, 503.554.0468, bergstromwines.com

Brooks | 21101 S.E. Cherry Blossom Lane, Amity, 503.435.1278, brookswines.com

Carlton Winemakers Studio | 801 N Scott St., Carlton, 503.852.6100, winemakersstudio.com

CHEHALEM Tasting Room & Winery | 106 S. Center St., Newberg, 503.538.4700,  chehalemwines.com

Domain Drouhin Oregon | 6750 N.E. Breyman Orchards Road, Dayton, 503.864.2700, domainedrouhin.com

Domaine Trouvere | 155 S.W. Seventh St., Dundee, 503.487.6370, domainetrouvere.com

Duck Pond Cellars | 23145 Hwy 99 W, Dundee, 503.538.3199, duckpondcellars.com

Elk Cove Vineyards | 27751 N.W. Olson Road, Gaston, 877.ELK.COVE, elkcove.com

Erath Winery | 9409 N.E. Worden Hill Road, Dundee, 503.538.3318, erath.com

Gran Moraine Winery | 17090 N.E. Woodland Loop Road, Yamhill, 503.662.5454, granmoraine.com

Hawks View Cellars | 20210 S.W. Conzelmann Road, Sherwood, 503.625.1591, hawksviewcellars.com

Johan Vineyards | 4285 N. Pacific Hwy (99W), Rickreall, 866.379.6029, johanvineyards.com

Kramer Vineyards| 26830 N.W. Olson Road, Gaston, 503.662.4545, kramervineyards.com

Lange Estate Winery | 18380 N.E. Buena Vista Drive, Dundee, 503.538.6476, langewinery.com

Laurel Ridge Winery | 13301 N.E. Kuehne Road, Carlton, 503.852.7050, laurelridgewinery.com

Left Coast Cellars | 4225 N. Pacific Hwy (99W), Rickreall, 503.831.4916, leftcoastcellars.com

Lenné | 18760 N.E. Laughlin Road, Yamhill, 503.956.2256, lenneestate.com

North Valley Vineyards | 28800 N.E. Bell Road, Newberg, 503.687.2260, northvalleyvineyards.com

Purple Cow Vineyards | 606 E. First St., Newberg, 971.259.8269, purplecowvineyards.com

Scott Paul Wines | 128 S. Pine St., Carlton, 503.852.7300, scottpaul.com

Siltstone Wines | 12251 S.E. Dayton Bypass, Dayton, 503.864.4858, siltstonewines.com

Sokol Blosser Winery | 5000 Sokol Blosser Lane, Dayton, 503.864.2282, sokolblosser.com

Soter Vineyards | 10880 N.E. Mineral Springs Road, Carlton, 503.662.5600, sotervineyards.com

Styring | 19960 N.E. Ribbon Ridge Road, Newberg, 503.866.6741, styringvineyards.com

Trisaetum Winery & Art Gallery | 18401 N.E. Ribbon Ridge Road, Newberg, 503.538.9898, trisaetum.com

Van Duzer Vineyards | 11975 Smithfield Road, Dalls, 800.884.1927, vanduzer.com

Vidon Vineyard | 17425 N.E. Hillside Drive, Newberg, 503.538.4092, cidonvineyard.com 

Willamette Valley Vineyards | 8800 Enchanted Way S.E., Turner, 503.588.9463, wvv.com

Willful Wines at Urban Crush | 2025 S.E. Seventh Ave., 503.477.6994, willfulwine.com

Winter's Hill Estate | 6451 N.E. Hilltop Lane, Dayton, 503.864.4592, WintersHillWine.com

Youngberg Hill | 10660 S.W. Youngberg Hill Road, McMinnville, 503.472.2727, www.youngberghill.com 


Mt HoodFor trips to Mt. Hood and the Columbia River Gorge: McMenamins Edgefield | 2126 S.W. Halsey St., Troutdale, 503.669.8610, McMenamins.com

Edgefield is a historic Georgian revival-style manor, a 1911 poor farm turned into a spectacular attraction featuring a hotel, restaurant/bars, gold courses, a spa, winery/tasting room and more.


The CohoFor trips to Lincoln City on the Oregon Coast: The Coho Oceanfront Lodge | 1635 N.W. Harbor Ave., Lincoln City, 800.848.7006, thecoholodge.com

If you want time to play and enjoy, book a stay at The Coho Oceanfront Lodge, a recently transformed lodge offering warm hospitality, great facilities and amenities, and the perfect beachfront location.


Cannery PierFor trips to Astoria on the Oregon Coast: Cannery Pier Hotel & Spa | 10 Basin St., Astoria, 888.325.4996, cannerypierhotel.com

Astoria, named one of “20 Best Small Towns to Visit” in 2013 by Smithsonian magazine, is a great choice for an overnight stay. Book a room at the Cannery Pier Hotel and stroll the waterfront.


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