Find out where all the best things to see in Oregon are! I've lived in Oregon for a long time now, but for some reason or another, I have never put together a list of best places to see in
Newport Coast Park Newport, Oregon is a sleepy little beach town on the Oregon coast with lots of things to do. Some activities here happen to be much better than others! After spending spring break in Newport here
Newport, Oregon is a fairly decent size beach town in Oregon about 3 hours from Portland, Oregon. You can find Newport along the coast in the middle of the state. People have spent their vacation time here since the 1800's.
Le Maison is a small French bakery and bistro in Newport, OR. It's ranked #1 on tripadvisor, so I had to check it out. It's a small place, but they were able to accommodate our party of 6 without making
Nelscott Cafe is a cozy restaurant in the Nelscott district of Lincoln City that's absolutely adorable. They are best known for their hamburgers. On Fridays they have $5 hamburgers. But if you have a hankering for stuffed French toast like
Regatta Park in Lincoln City is a stunning place on the edge of Devil’s lake. While we were staying in Newport we drove over so the kids could play on the playground. The playground is one of the best in that
Hiking Drift Creek Falls There’s a scenic hike just south east of Lincoln City along Drift Creek, which leads to Drift Creek Falls. Once you pull off the main road you are about a thirty minute drive from the beginning
Newport, Oregon is home to one of the most bizarre tourist attractions I've ever seen, the Undersea Garden. Undersea Gardens The Undersea Gardens in Newport, Oregon is not worth the money if you are paying full price. If you can
Wax Works in Newport, OR Are you into wax museums? I had never been to one before, so I don’t have anything to compare Wax Works too. Despite this I still wasn’t impressed. This place seems old and run down.
OSU Hatfield Science Visitor Center OSU has an awesome free science center in Newport, Oregon located inside the OSU Hatfield Marine Science Visitor Center. They charge nothing for admission, but do accept donations. They have a suggested donation of $20 for