Top Tourist Attractions in Portland (Oregon) – Travel Guide

Top Tourist Attractions in Portland (Oregon) – Travel Guide

Real Estate Tips:
Make sure that any money you invest is done so with a specific goal in mind. If you just want to preserve capital and beat inflation a little, stick with money markets and bonds. If you are saving for retirement far in advance, look for growth stocks. If you want income streams, look for dividend stocks and real estate income trusts. One way to diversify your investment portfolio is through real estate. Although real estate might not have the glitz stock market investing, it is usually a solid core investment part of a portfolio. Often, real estate will hold its value when the market takes a downward turn, thereby; buffering any market loss.

3 Popular Attractions In Oregon

  • Willamette Valley: 150-mile long valley in Oregon. This region is also known as Oregon Wine Country.
    • Oneonta Gorge: Waterfall in the Columbia River Gorge, near the Oregon-Washington border.
    • Willamette Valley: 150-mile long valley in Oregon. This region is also known as Oregon Wine Country.

    Oregon Facts:

    • In 1858 the richest gold find in the Cascade Mountains was discovered in the Bohemia Mining District at Sharp’s Creek near Cottage Grove.
    • Silver Falls State Park is the Oregon’s largest state park. It features 10 waterfalls and contains a wide variety of forested hiking trails.
    • North Bend used wooden coins during the great depression. This was after the only bank in the town got closed. Nowadays, the wooden coins still exist and are considered as legal tender though they are mostly held by coin collectors.
    • Many Portland Metro residents don’t realizethe TV series “Portlandia” is a comedy. (ok, we made this one up)
    Eugene, Oregon
    City of Eugene Clockwise: Downtown Eugene from Skinner Butte, Lane County Farmers' Market, Hiking on Spencer Butte, University of Oregon Autzen Stadium, Delta Ponds pedestrian bridge

    Clockwise: Downtown Eugene from Skinner Butte, Lane County Farmers' Market, Hiking on Spencer Butte, University of Oregon Autzen Stadium, Delta Ponds pedestrian bridge
    Official seal of Eugene, Oregon

    Nicknames:

    Emerald Valley, The Emerald City, Track Town
    Motto(s):

    A Great City for the Arts and Outdoors

    Interactive map of Eugene
    Coordinates:

    44°03′07″N 123°05′12″W / 44.05194°N 123.08667°W / 44.05194; -123.08667Coordinates: 44°03′07″N 123°05′12″W / 44.05194°N 123.08667°W / 44.05194; -123.08667 Country United States State Oregon County Lane Founded 1846 Incorporated October 17, 1862 Government

    •Type Council-managerMayor Lucy Vinis (D)City manager Sarah Medary Area

    City 44.21sqmi (114.50km2) •Land 44.14sqmi (114.32km2) •Water 0.07sqmi (0.18km2) Elevation

    430ft (131m) Population

    City 176,654 •Estimate

    (2019)[3]
    172,622 •Rank US: 155th •Density 3,910.87/sqmi (1,509.98/km2) •Urban

    247,421 (US: 151st) •Metro

    374,748 (US: 141st) Demonym(s) Eugenean[4][5] Time zone UTC−08:00 (PST) •Summer (DST) UTC−07:00 (PDT) ZIP Codes
    97401–97405, 97408, 97440
    Area code(s) 458 and 541 FIPS code 41-23850 GNIS feature ID 1120527[6] Website www.eugene-or.gov

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    Top Tourist Attractions in Portland (Oregon) – Travel Guide:
    International Rose Test Garden, Oregon Convention Center, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, Oregon Zoo, Pioneer Courthouse Square, Pittock Mansion, Portland Art Museum, Portland Building, Union Station, Waterfront Park, Portland Japanese Garden