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The city of Albany sits in the heart of Oregon’s Willamette Valley, on the banks of the Willamette and its tributary, the Calapooia River. Home to 53,145 (2018 PSU Certified Estimate), Albany is the 1 ...

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Located in the Willamette Valley approximately nine miles east of Salem (the State Capitol) off Highway 22 at Exit 9. Population 4215 as of December 2019. Aumsville "A Great Place to Live" & Home ...

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Everywhere you look in Bend and Central Oregon, there’s a major landmark or point of interest. The trick is deciding which ones to mark at the top of your Bend sightseeing bucket list! Newberry Nat ...

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Brownsville is a pioneer community with big attractions — from the famous “Stand by Me” movie trail and the Willamette Country Music Festival to old-fashioned storefronts and parades. It’s home to the ...

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If it's vintage, you'll find it in Coburg! This tiny historic town is adjacent to Eugene - Springfield, right off Interstate 5 and bordering the McKenzie River. Its delightful 1800s architecture, coup ...

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Corvallis is nestled in the heart of Oregon's Willamette Valley, within 90 minutes of the Portland Metropolitan area, world class skiing, and the spectacular Oregon coast. Corvallis has a residential ...

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There's a lot to do in Oregon's second largest city. Located along the Willamette River, Eugene has a dynamic mix of arts and culture, shopping and dining, entertainment and sports. With real adventur ...

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Independence was prized by pioneering farmers who settled here, particularly those growing hops — a major crop up until the 1950s.Experience that agrarian past with a visit to the Rogue Farms. Stroll ...

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Jefferson is a city in Marion County, Oregon, United States. It is part of the Salem Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 3,098 at the 2010 census. It is home to the annual Mint Harvest F ...

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Year-round, Lebanon attracts visitors with its small-town charm and access to the wooded Willamette National Forest and the scenic Santiam River, which flows right through town. Get outdoors and sk ...

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Portland is the perfect launchpad for adventure, with the rugged Oregon Coast, snow-capped Mount Hood, lush wine country and waterfall-filled Columbia River Gorge all within easy driving distance of t ...

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Salem is the capital city of the state of Oregon and also the county seat of Marion County. It is situated about 46 miles southwest of Portland in Oregon's Willamette River valley, one of the nation's ...

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A tour of Scio quickly reveals why this little burg is called the “Covered Bridge Capital of the West. Five of the remaining historic, scenic structures (and one new one) span the creeks and rivers ...

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Stayton was born as a mill town on the banks of the Santiam River in the Willamette Valley. The past is preserved with the Stayton-Jordan Covered Bridge in historic Pioneer Park. Here at the gatewa ...

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Sweet Home

This small city rightfully earned the name due to its easy access to the pristine Willamette National Forest, the South Santiam River and a system of crystalline lakes. Hike lush trails to hidden wate ...

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