Expert Travel Advice to Portland

Top Answers To Portland Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    Wet, cold, snowy?... Joking aside, average temps that time of year typically hover in the mid 30s to low 40s. Travel Portland has a godo website with loads of event info and recommendations for things to see/do/eat. Check it out at: http://bit.ly/9pNb6o The Oregonian is Portland's local news rag and is also another good source for local event listings: http://bit.ly/hqRaBo
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    The following site has a list of fitness centers in Portland: http://bit.ly/dfPmah These Portland salons have received positive reviews: Gilly's Salon, Rock-Paper-Scissors, and Bishop's Barbershop. I hope you find this useful!
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    Anonymous user answered:
    Portland Fairview RV park is an Rv park you can go to. And this website shows all of the lakes that you can fish in in Portland. http://bit.ly/hRbDRD
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    The North Clackamas Aquatic Park in Milwaukie (about 5 miles from Portland) is an indoor water park that has slides, fountains and a wave pool! Wilson pool (outdoor) has a drift pool, water slides and a vortex. The Great Wolf Lodge (a couple hours away) is said to have one of the best indoor water parks in the country if you are up for a little drive.

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