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Oregon (OR) - Real Estate
Oregon Association of REALTORS®
693 Chemeketa St
Salem, OR 97301
(503) 362-3645 - (800) 252-9115 - Fax (503) 362-9615
Oregon Real Estate Agency
1177 Center St. NE
Salem, OR 97301-2505
(503) 378-4170 - Fax (503) 378-2491
Real Estate Use our map based search system to target
properties and neighborhoods throughout the Portland OR Metro area
including Beaverton, Lake Oswego, Gresham, Hillsboro, Milwaukie, Sherwood,
Tigard and Tualatin.
Oregon entered the union in 1859. It became the 33rd state. The
capital is Salem.
The state is bordered by California, Nevada, Idaho, Washington and the Pacific
Ocean. The largest cities are Portland, Eugene, Salem, Gresham and Hillsboro.
The products in Oregon include cattle, fruit and nuts, wheat, dairy and vegetables. The
industry in the state includes lumber, wood products, food processing, tourism
and scientific instruments.
Some of Oregon's symbols are:
Flower is Oregon grape
Tree is the Douglas fir
Bird is the western meadowlark
Fish is the Chinook salmon
Insect is the swallowtail butterfly
Nut is the hazelnut
Didja know ….?
*Oregon has more ghost towns than any other state.
*Crater Lake is what is left of an ancient volcano and is the deepest lake in
the United States. This is one of the “don’t miss” places
to see. The natural beauty is incredible. Be sure to take some peanuts
as the squirrels and chipmonks charge very little for some fun moments.
* The coast Douglas fir tree is thought to be the tallest tree in the state. It
is 329 feet tall.
*The deepest river gorge in North America is Hell's Canyon which is 8,000 feet.
*There are nine lighthouses along Oregon's coastline. Four of them are
historic sites now but five are still in use.
*Oregon Caves National Monument was discovered in 1874. The caves are carved
in solid marble.
*Crown Point is a spot that has breathtaking views of the Columbia
River Gorge. The octagonal Vista House was built in 1916
and houses a museum and gift shop along with diagrams of the views
that describe geologic points of interest.
*Tillamook is a town built with cheese in mind. For over 100
years the farmers co-op has produced cheese sold around the world. Stop
in and take the self guided tour. See how cheese is made and
sample everything from ice cream to fudge and yes, they even have cheese!!
*Ashland is a unique city in itself. One of the reasons is the
Lithia water that springs from the ground. Many people come to
drink the water which has an effervescent quality and a sulfurous taste. Even
if the water does not interest you, the location of the springs is
now a beautiful park as well as being National Historic Site. Victorian
houses and vintage buildings make the town quaint. Ashland has
become a true culture center. Several theaters including an Elizabethan
outdoor theater offer everything from Shakespeare to Blue Grass. It’s
all there. Additionally the outdoor life is readily available. Cross
country, skiing, swimming, boating, fishing , hiking and camping are
all within a few miles of the town.
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