Oakridge, Oregon is Magic – Oregon Mural Trail
You’ll be charmed by nature and outdoor adventure in Oakridge, Oregon. Nestled in a thickly forested Willamette Valley wonderland at the western foot of the Cascades. Oakridge has been dubbed the “Mountain Bike Capital of the Northwest, having hundreds of miles of singletrack trails. There are also trails for hiking and horseback riding, plus excellent trout fishing for anglers. East of town, a short hike leads to Salt Creek Falls, Oregon’s second highest single-drop waterfall.
The bright red Office Covered Bridge is an iconic landmark.
The videos of Travel Oregon’s Oregon, Only Slightly Exaggerated reveal whimsical scenes of enchanting forests, vineyards, rivers, mountains and more, and share with you that magical feeling of being in Oregon.
The captivating artwork has come to the real world, proudly hand-painted on walls in Oregon where the illustrations represent the destinations.
Let the Oregon Mural Trail inspire you to get outside and experience the wonders of each community. Take photos of the murals and use the hashtag #OregonIsMagic in social posts to share the love. And while you’re there, visit the landmarks and businesses that make these towns just so magical.
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We set out on a road trip, seeking waterfalls, geocaches, covered bridges and this mural, all along Hwy 58 outside of Eugene. There are 20 covered bridges in Lane County, a county that has the distinction of possessing more covered bridges than any other county west of the Mississippi. Only got to roadside waterfalls and geocaches but did find the 6 covered bridges on our way to Oakridge, including the Office Covered Bridge mentioned. You could easily explore this area from a Willamette Valley Bed and Breakfast. Take a couple of days to discover all this lush part of Oregon has to offer.
The innkeepers of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild are ready to share Oregon, its environment, culture, and heritage with you. Get to know our State like a local. Whether you’re looking for a quiet escape, a world class city experience, or a new spin on business travel, you can be assured of combining gracious hospitality with ambiance when staying at an inspected and approved Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild member Inn.