United States Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all United States activity »
  1. 1 New High Quality Campground Equipment Launch
  2. 2 A New Campground Product Line Launch on Amazon
  3. 3 Perfect Comfort’s Campground Products Announcement
  4. 4 Perfect Comfort’s New Brand Line Launch
  5. 5 Trip Report Will Travel for Food - A Long Weekend in Philly to try a restaurant
  6. 6 Where to Eat on Kauai?
  7. 7 Asheville, SC to Knoxville, TN Transportation
  8. 8 Padre Islands
  9. 9 Brooklyn dinner? Bronx Breakfast? And opinions on the zoo?
  10. 10 safe travel idea within US to travel alone with preteen daughter and Mom
  11. 11 February trip San Fran to Yosemite...
  12. 12 NASHVILLE
  13. 13 Lodging in Yellowstone Park
  14. 14 glacier national park to yellowstone route
  15. 15 Muir Woods - new rules
  16. 16 Nj to Charleston SC during Christmas bestate way
  17. 17 4 days in San Diego
  18. 18 Trip Report Not a Typical Trip Report
  19. 19 Copper - How many open runs usually open in December at Copper Mountain?
  20. 20 Lodging locations in Miami for an overnight visit
  21. 21 Restaurants - NYC Financial District
  22. 22 Hard Rock Stadium - transportation to stadium or parking?
  23. 23 Family winter holiday
  24. 24 Drive Time from Philadelphia to Gettysburg?
  25. 25 Galveston
View next 25 » Back to the top

9 day itinerary with teens start/end Portland

Jump to last reply

Early/mid July we will be flying to Portland. During the trip we'll visit Lewis&Clark U, have a meal with a cousin, and hopefully meet up with a Seattle friend at Mt. St Helens if it's clear. Get a feel for Portland, beautiful scenery, at least one lighthouse, Crater Lake for sure, not difficult hikes the main agenda. Willing to forgo wineries, and mild whitewater rafting, but I love sand dunes. We're willing to stay in 3 locations. Was thinking Cannon Beach and Bend, but seems so far from Florence. Not sure logistically what routes to take, e.g. day trip to Columbia Gorge, waterfalls, Mt Hood and back to Portland? Want to be realistic and enjoy rather than worrying about getting to the next site. Thanks!

26 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement