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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.
Freshly-picked Pacific Northwest apples are a local favorite, and many Portland-area orchards allow visitors to pluck the fruit right off the branch.
Portland’s murals serve as an introduction to the city’s rich multicultural history, as illustrated by some of the world’s most accomplished muralists.
Portland and nearby Hillsboro offer two local baseball teams pitching nothing but summery good times, the Portland Pickles and the Hillsboro Hops.
Portland Parks & Recreation’s Summer Free For All program offers over 250 free events from June to September, including free movie screenings, concerts and rock climbing.
The Willamette River, which divides the city into east and west sides, features a dozen distinct crossings that hint at the city’s eclectic personality.
Portland’s restaurants take advantage of the nearby farms, but many of these farms actually host their own dinners— bringing the dinner table to the fields!
Portland’s flagship farmers' market perfectly embodies the city’s foodie sensibilities and independent spirit.
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