: Anthony Lakes

Top Trip Ideas to Inspire 2018

December 15, 2017

Did you find a new favorite Oregon destination in 2017?

Not to fear, there are plenty more to discover. And we have a feeling that you might like our suggestions.

Scroll down for the most-read Trip Ideas of 2017.

Oregon is a big state with a lot of things to see and do. So clear your calendar: you get to plan an entire new year of Oregon travel experiences. After all, January 30, 2018 is National Plan for Vacation Day and it’s just around the corner.

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Most-Read Trip Ideas of 2017

6 Romantic Small Towns in Oregon
A Road Trip Back in Time
A Local’s Guide to the Oregon Dunes
Reedsport, Oregon Coast
Instagram-Worthy Oregon Spots
Wacky Willamette Valley Detours
McMinnville, Willamette Valley
Cosmic Tubing and More Snowy Fun at Mt. Hood
How to Spend a Weekend in St. Johns
Winter Angling in Southern Oregon
Hiking Tour of the Oregon Coast
6 Secret Campgrounds in Eastern Oregon
Pedal and Sip in the Applegate Valley
Grants Pass, Southern Oregon
Glamping in Central Oregon
Hike, Eat, Repeat in the Willamette Valley

Ask Oregon

I am looking to do a trek across Oregon to visit all the historical landmarks. What places are a must see?

I’d start in Baker City and move west! Good start for historical landmarks: Flickr group.