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Bandon State Natural Area © Michael Skourtes
Boiler Bay State Park boiler bay © Lesli Dawn Stok
Painted Hills State Park Painted Hills © Tom Miller
Painted Hills State Park Painted Hill © Tom Miller
Cape Arago State Park Cape Aragos © Dima Barashkov
Fogarty Creek State Recreation Area © Rick Stasel
Finley National Wildlife Refuge Bills Heaven © C. Ammon Cheney
Breathtaking morning light.
Crater Lake National Park Crater Lake - Wizard Island © Ben Prepelka
Wizard Island seen here from the Watchman Overlook.
Fogarty Creek State Recreation Area © Rick Stasel
Siuslaw National Forest Thors wrath © Damon Edwards
Witness the awe and power of this natural phenomenon, known to the locals as Thors Well. This massive hole embedded in the porous volcanic rock near the coast of central Oregon swells with sea water during high tides and drains below with immense speed. Formed over hundreds of years, this dangerous yet beautiful spectacle shows off the Pacific Oceans never-ending ability carve and shape the land.
Mount Hood National Forest © Michael Skourtes
Smith Rock State Park © Rick Stasel
Crater Lake National Park Crater Lake National Park © Chris Roman
Looking into the caldera. Crater Lake is the fifth oldes national park in the U.S.
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No matter what you choose to do, the beautiful Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area is a wonderful place to enjoy the day or savor a more extended stay....more
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Oregon Parks Visitor Reviews
12/22/2022 4:14:18 PM Wygant State Park by Michael_B
review rating - 1 to 5 stars Michael Block -
6/21/2022 3:28:11 PM Floras Lake State Park by Mark_S
review rating - 1 to 5 stars Floras -
8/9/2021 5:50:19 PM Yaquina Bay State Recreation Site by Chyann
review rating - 1 to 5 stars -
6/20/2021 10:56:20 PM Jessie M. Honeyman Memorial State Park by Msorter
review rating - 1 to 5 stars NO ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION RULES. FAMILY CAM - Parents walk around drinking beer and getting hammered while their kids take off and run around the camp screaming. This might be the atmosphere some people look for, but not me. I asked the Ranger stationed there about the drinking and she said It is allowed to carry alcohol around the campgrounds and drink. If they get aggressive you have the right to stand your ground in your campsite. I asked her what that meant and at first she shrugged as if to suggest it was something she could not directly tell me to do then back tracked and said call the police department. I have worked as a caregiver and dsp for 20 years I wont bring people back to a camp with an open bar/daycare atmosphere. It is sad to see our state campgrounds turn in to glamper keg parties.
5/24/2021 4:36:36 PM McLoughlin State Natural Area by Mike_P
review rating - 1 to 5 stars Tumalt Creek - Difficult bush wack as the creek disappears about a half mile from the old highway, but is quite broad up higher. I went to the 2,400 and about 3 miles up the creek to the final right spork in the creek
review rating - 1 to 5 stars So divine - It is so beautiful there be aware do not faint about it
1/23/2020 9:53:23 AM Pilot Butte State Park by 33RPM IN GHZ WORLD
review rating - 1 to 5 stars Auto - Drivers should be aware that curving road up Pilot Butte cone can be vertigo inducing. Drivers with vertigo or height or anxiety issues should beware. Wonderful summit view of beautiful part of beautiful state.
7/16/2018 8:43:18 AM Brian Booth State Park by Measley Cascade
review rating - 1 to 5 stars My Favorite Oregon Ocean Park - Ona Beach State Park is a small but brilliant jewel in the crown of Oregon oceanside parks. There are picnic tables and grills, a restroom, paved walkways, and a bridge over a river that runs through. The beach is low access. There is great beachcombing treasures and interesting geological landscapes. Take the kids, grandma, and your leashed pups for a fun day at the beach.
5/16/2018 10:03:26 PM Deschutes National Forest by Author Rm hodges
review rating - 1 to 5 stars -
6/9/2017 7:58:22 AM Lake Owyhee State Park by David Versteeg
review rating - 1 to 5 stars Great fishing and camping - Camp Grounds well maintained. Fishing was great for cat fish and Crappie. Need to be careful of the snakes and pay attention. Fishing good from the bank and great from a boat.
5/30/2017 5:42:58 PM Champoeg State Heritage Area
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6/23/2016 4:36:24 PM Lake Owyhee State Park by Jeffry Stoker
review rating - 1 to 5 stars Do Not stay in Teepee - We had a rattlesnake crawl into the we were staying in and curl up next to the twin mattress. The Teepees are not secured at the bottom. We had lizards and snakes in our Teepee. Not worth the cost. Ranger still has not called us back about the rattlesnake. We elected to get a hotel instead.
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