Best Nature Trips in Oregon

This list represents the most popular nature trips in Oregon. Use this list to plan your next Oregon nature trips trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Visit the subterranean world of stalactites, stalagmites, bats, blind insects, and other ...
This world-class museum features a host of innovative exhibits interpreting the natural ...
Watch bull Roosevelt elk gather in open meadows to bugle and battle as the fall rut, or ...
Camas in hues of deep purple bloom in profusion at this urban nature preserve. An interpretive ...
This 36-mile drive shimmers with the reds and yellows of fall colors while offering expansive ...
The warm summer sun brings out the butterflies along this scenic drive through a national ...
The 60 inches of rain that falls annually on the coastal forest seeps through the ground ...
An extravaganza of high-country wildflowers greets hikers on this easy, accessible trail ...
A spectacular array of waterfalls in all their power and splendor awaits winter hikers ...
Fall in Oregon’s big sky country features aspens in golden splendor, grand vistas, and ...
Swarms of enormous salmonflies hatch on the Deschutes River in June, filling the air and ...
Native wildflowers bloom in profusion on the expansive Rowena Plateau, overlooking the ...
Spring has returned to western Oregon when the trillium, one of the earliest flowers to ...
Carnivorous plants lurk in the forest along a busy, scenic coastal highway. From the parking ...
For something a bit different, try an afternoon of snake watching at a wildlife area just ...
The wonders of the Pacific undersea world can be found under one roof here, from the smallest ...
It is a fact that humans depend heavily on forests for the wood products used to make ...
Rough-skinned newts, one of Oregon’s most abundant salamanders, trek out of the surrounding ...
Watch salmon spawn along the banks of the Sandy River beneath a canopy of fall colors, ...
Mule deer by the hundreds gather in a roadside field to graze during the cold desert winter. ...
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