Oregon December 01, 2015
15 Fascinating Spots In Oregon That Are Straight Out Of A Fairy Tale
Oregon is full of charming, picturesque locations that seem almost too beautiful to be real. There are cascading waterfalls, bubbling forest brooks, otherworldly seascapes, and more. These 15 spots in Oregon look like settings for fairy tales, and they’re absolutely enchanting.
15. Natural Bridges Cove
This majestic view can be found at the Samuel Boardman State Park on the Oregon Coast.
14. Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm
This colorful tulip paradise is located in Woodburn.
13. Oneonta Gorge
This magical place has steep, mossy rock walls, a clear mountain water stream, and a gorgeous waterfall at the end of the gorge. It's located in the Columbia River Gorge, and can only be accessed through a short hike which includes climbing over fallen logs and swimming through cold, crystal clear water.
12. Crater Lake
This enchanting, mystical lake is one of the deepest lakes in the world, and has the purest, bluest water you'll ever see.
11. Portland Japanese Garden
Located in Washington Park in Portland, the Japanese Garden will transport you to a whole new world.
10. John Day Fossil Beds
This otherworldly landscape is one of the features of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument.
9. Painted Hills
The Painted Hills is another feature of the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, and is absolutely dreamy.
8. Toketee Falls
Toketee Falls is an enchanting waterfall on the Umpqua River east of Roseburg Oregon.
7. Dee Wright Observatory.
This fairytale-esque lookout structure is at the summit of McKenzie Pass and is completely made out of lava stone. The castle-like windows offer amazing views of the surrounding mountains.
6. The Enchanted Forest
Ok, this one's a given. The Enchanted Forest is a quirky homemade Fairy Tale-themed amusement park in a the beautiful woods near Salem.
5. Proxy Falls
This serendipitous waterfall is located in the Willamette National Forest.
4. Pillars of Rome
Just outside Rome, Oregon, these amazing geological formations are otherworldly.
3. Silver Falls State Park.
This beautiful state park will blow you away.
The beaches at Bandon are absolutely magical.
1. Greenwood Resources Tree Farm.
This enchanting 25,000-acre Poplar farm can be found in Boardman.
What other places in Oregon look they could be in a fairy tale? Let us know in the comments.