Enjoy the Natural Beauty in Oregon

Oregon became a tourist attraction throughout the year, especially natural attractions such as climbing, hiking, fishing, skiing on snow, surfing, rafting, or through the charm of the outlying villages by car and bicycle. The whole of Oregon as it deserves to be a tourist attraction, including the caves that are used as national monuments, as well as old bridges. Thus, many of lodging such motels in Medford, Oregon are crowded by visitors during holiday season.

The Oregon region is linked by more than 7,000 bridges, 50 of which are ancient covered bridges. “Covered bridge” which is rather closed it has a unique history locally since its construction began in the 1850s and continues to grow to approximately 450kg in 1925. Bridges was as forcing us to stop and take a break to refresh step forward.The most popular object in Oregon is Lake Crater at an altitude of 1943 feet above sea level. The lake is located in the southern part of Oregon is the deepest lake in the United States, with a small hill poking in the middle.

As in the city there are various interesting places to visit such as dozens of Farmers Market scattered in various parks with different schedules. A brochure I got at the Farmers Market shows that there are more than 23 farmers markets in the city of Portland alone. According to the brochure, across Oregon there are nearly 100 farmers markets. At the farmers market visitors can buy local fruits and vegetables, fruit juices in simple packages, and enjoy the food in the tents that are held sellers around the market.

Portland also has some interesting museums visited. There are art museums and historical museums located very close together. There is also a technology and industrial museum. The fare to enter the history museum is US $ 11 per person. For students, students and senior citizens, the cost is cheaper. Even for the locals, free entrance to the museum.

In this history museum we can witness the history of the city since before the arrival of the white people. Artifacts in the Indian era are still well preserved. Similarly, historical records of conflicts between indigenous and immigrant people, until the latest economic and industrial developments in Oregon are presented with great interest.