Oregon is pioneers' country. Since its earliest days it has told the story of the
determined emigrant in search of a better way of life. Today, Oregon's many cities and
towns reflect this unique history and offer a seemingly endless list of attractions and
places to explore. From vibrant communities of the Willamette Valley, Oregon's last
stop on the emigrant's westward trail, to the ranching communities of eastern Oregon,
history abounds. So does the opportunity for adventure, which can be found deep in the
mountainous terrain of Oregon's spectacular Hells Canyon, and along the formidable cliffs
of the Oregon Coast.
Hiking, mountain climbing, windsurfing, skiing and llama-trekking are all legitimate
means of travel for the 21-century pioneer who wants to experience a little of Oregon's
legendary beauty and doesn't mind a little adventure along the way. A Eugene to Mt.
Hood Oregon country inn, an Oregon coast bed and breakfast or a homestay in Portland
is the perfect way to surround oneself with the state's beautiful deserts and mountains,
green forests and lush foliage. The scenic splendor makes Oregon a tourist
attraction, When planning your stay in Oregon, finding a bed and breakfast
inn, farm or ranch B&B, homestay bed and breakfast, historic hotel, country inn or
lodge, or urban inn will be easy and the innkeepers at a B&B in Oregon are full of
additional information to make your trip even more wonderful.