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  1. Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area is a state park in Pacific City, Oregon, United States. Cape Kiwanda is on the Three Capes Scenic Route, which includes Cape Meares and Cape Lookout . Hiking to the top of Cape Kiwanda allows views of Nestucca Bay to the south and Cape Lookout to the north.

  2. Ecola State Park is a state park located approximately 3 miles north of Cannon Beach in Clatsop County in the U.S. state of Oregon on the Oregon Coast. It is administered by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. The park encompasses 9 miles (14 km) of coastline between Cannon Beach and Seaside and includes Tillamook Head.

  3. The largest event in Salem is the Oregon State Fair at the end of August through Labor Day. Located in the Oregon State Fairgrounds in North Salem, the fair offers exhibits, competitions and carnival rides. Other events such as concerts, horse shows and rodeos take place at the Oregon State Fair and Expo Center throughout the year.

  4. U.S. Route 395 Three Flags Highway US 395 highlighted in red Route information Auxiliary route of US 95 Length 1,305 mi (2,100 km) Existed 1926–present Major junctions South end I-15 in Hesperia, CA Major intersections US 6 in Bishop, CA US 50 in Carson City, NV I-80 in Reno, NV US 20 in Burns, OR US 26 in John Day, OR I-84 / US 30 in Pendleton, OR I-82 in Tri-Cities, WA I-182 / US 12 in Tri ...

  5. U.S. Highway 101 Oregon Coast Highway US 101 highlighted in red Route information Maintained by ODOT Length 363.11 mi (584.37 km) Existed November 11, 1926 (1926-11-11) –present Tourist routes Lewis and Clark Trail Pacific Coast Scenic Byway Major junctions South end US 101 at California state line Major intersections US 20 in Newport US 26 near Cannon Beach US 30 in Astoria North end US 101 ...

  6. Area code: 541: FIPS code: 41-29350: GNIS feature ID: 1166658: Website: www.cityofglendaleor.com

  7. A version for the Atari 8-bit family, again titled The Oregon Trail, was released in 1982. The Apple II version was included under the name Oregon as part of MECC's Elementary series, distributed to Minnesota schools for free and for profit to schools outside of the state, on Elementary Volume 6 in 1980.

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