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Survey: Oregon travel spots we miss, yet long to see

October 19, 2009

Oregon Women’s Report survey;

What Oregon attractions do you wish to visit someday
but never seem to have the time?
(Participants were allowed to choose multiple locations)

The option for “Local Tribal casino” received no votes and either repellents not a desired attraction or that people have been there before.  Crater Lake was by far the runaway leader in this missed travel location, despite its luster being seen on Oregon’s state quarter.

  
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Marie October 19, 2009

Loved your suvey. How interesting! Suppose it doesn’t necessarily mean folks don’t care for Multnomah Falls, and do love Crater. It just means most of Oregon’s population is in the Portland metro area and so have already seen the Falls.

LaRayne October 19, 2009

The falls are something we always take visiting friends and family to see. I have some fond memories of Creator Lake when I was traveling through the area as a young adult. However, I have never been to the Sea Lion Caves. Some time I’ll have to take a jaunt in that direction.

Adel October 19, 2009

Oregon has so many beautiful places to visit. Not too long ago I found a senic route right here in Washington County that was a great Sunday afternoon drive.

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