Spring Break In Oregon – Learn More About Where To Spend Spring Break In 2020

Spring Break In Oregon – Learn More About Where To Spend Spring Break In 2020

Are you planning a spring break trip? If so, Oregon is one of the top spring break places to go in the United States because there are so many awesome places to visit, things to see and do, this is why in this article we will provide you with a list of the top Oregon spring break destinations.

Portland

Portland Oregon is without a doubt one of the best spring break destinations in Oregon because there’s tons of great things to see and do in the area including the Portland Zoo, attractions, great restaurants, breweries and more!

What’s great about the PDX area is that you’re also close to tulip fields, wineries, hiking or biking trails and skiing at Mt Hood.

Portland is also close to Seaside so it’s quite possible to go surfing in the morning and skiing in the afternoon before you head back to your hotel in Portland.

Best of all, Portland can be visited even if you’re on a budget because there’s lots of great affordable hotels or motels in the area that you can even stay here for under $100 per night!

Tip – When visiting Portland, don’t forget to hit the food cart pod on third avenue, here you will find lots of delicious and affordably priced food! Come hungry and be prepared to walk away amazed the menu selections.

Bend

Bend, Oregon is another great place to visit when you’re in Oregon. Here you can find lots of great things to see and do including beautiful natural attraction, hiking or biking trails, cool shops, great local art and more!

Bend is abut 4 hours away from Portland so you can fly into Portland and drive to Bend or fly into Redmond and drive to Bend from the Redmond airport.

Besides having lots of fun outdoorsy things to do, Bend also offers plenty of great menus for live music, excellent breweries, awesome coffee shops and kid friendly attractions too.

Eastern Oregon

Last on our list is Eastern Oregon, here you will find tons of great natural attractions like the John Day Fossil Beds, Baker City, Hell’s Canyon National Recreation Area and Wallowa Lake.

Eastern Oregon is a great part of Oregon to visit because there’s also plenty of great places to eat, fun kid friendly destinations and things to do that everyone in your family will enjoy.

Do you have a favorite destination to visit in Oregon? If so, leave us a comment below!

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