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When Portland's weather prevents kids from running around outside, families can choose from dozens of awesome indoor activities.
Midway between primitive camping and “glamping” stands the modern-day yurt, a circular tent with electricity, heating, skylights, windows and wooden floors.
Every February, the Portland Winter Light Festival covers the city's east side with imaginatively-shaped LED light displays.
Here are your best bets for ice skating in Portland and the region, from year-round indoor rinks to winter-only outdoor options.
Whether you’re a parent looking for an educational game or a collector on the hunt for a vintage action figure, Portland’s toy stores deliver.
These seven Portland candy artisans craft unique sweets, be they creamy cacao confections, rainbow-colored candies or salty-sweet treats.
The Portland area has many farms with U-pick pumpkin patches and fun family activities like hayrides, corn mazes, petting zoos and cozy fall food and drink.
The Audubon Society of Portland Nature Sanctuary provides a great jumping-off point for exploring Forest Park, the country’s largest urban wilderness.
Freshly-picked Pacific Northwest apples are a local favorite, and many Portland-area orchards allow visitors to pluck the fruit right off the branch.
This fall, ditch the chain stores and get your kids ready to learn in style by shopping at these distinctly Portland spots.