Oneonta Narrows is another of Oregon’s famously stunning waterfalls. Located at the Columbia River at River Mile 138, the falls are just half a mile up Oneonta Creek. The best way for visitors to reach Oneonta Narrows is by taking the Historic Columbia River Highway.
The Portland Japanese Garden is one of the state’s most memorable experiences. The garden is made up of five sub-gardens. The largest of these is the Strolling Pond Garden, which features a 100-year-old five-tiered pagoda lantern and a handmade moon bridge.
Visiting Opal Creek is a must for anyone who enjoys exploring rugged and wild forest. Named after the wife of an early Forest Service ranger, Roy Elliot, Opal Creek is home to eight hiking trails, which take in sights such as five lakes and no fewer than 50 waterfalls.
Toketee Falls is arguably Oregon’s best known waterfall and is perhaps even more famous than the aforementioned Tumalo Falls. Toketee – which is a Chinook word that means graceful – can be found close to Highway 138 near Toketee Lake.
The Haystack Rocks are one of Oregon’s most incredible natural phenomenons. Located at Cannon Beach in Clatsop County, the rocks are accessible by foot at low tide and are a highly popular tourist destination throughout the year.