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Private Jet and Charter Flights to the Portland, OR, Area

Book a charter flight to Portland in northwest Oregon. Eleven area airports, including Portland International (PDX), accommodate all types of private charter and jet aircraft.

Portland, Oregon

The Pacific Northwest is a treasure trove of go-to cities and adventures, and you cannot go wrong when it comes to Portland, Oregon. Poised between California and Washington, Portland offers the best of both worlds. The city began as a settlement back in the 1830s near the end of the Oregon Trail. After its long history as a port city and juggernaut of the timber industry, Portland has become a bastion of progressive counterculture. While there is plenty to do in Portland, such as sports events, year-round festivals, outdoor excursions, and museums, this city is a mecca for those with a flair for the performing arts; a palette for mouth-watering, envelope-pushing cuisine; and a nose for Willamette Valley wines.

Portland, OR at a Glance Portland has always been a focal point in multiple media, performing arts, and culinary revolutions decade after decade. It is a port of call for anyone looking for a delicious getaway, or simply just wanting to get away for a while. The city loves its surroundings so much that you will find plenty of green space within the city once you leave the trail behind.

This commitment to going green in the city also means your foot traffic and cycling traffic will be nurtured during your stay, which is good because Portland is a venerable bucket list of must-dos. A coffee scene that rivals juggernaut Seattle, over 130 breweries, a thriving and ever-evolving food scene, and an eclectic art scene are just some of the knee-jerk examples of what is waiting once you book your ticket.

Where; is Portland, OR? Portland rests on a dormant volcanic zone known as the Boring Lava Field, not named for its inactivity, but for its neighboring commuter town of the same name. On a clear day, you can even see Mount St. Helens!

The city is known for its cool, rainy winters, which is where that cup of coffee and a good book from Powell�s City of Books will really come in handy. However, if you prefer warm and dry short-lived summers, Portland is where you want to be. This dynamic climate is ideal for growing roses, which has earned Portland the century-old nickname �City of Roses�. This climate also favors vintners in the area, with the Willamette Valley producing some of the most robust pinot noirs you will ever taste.

Because of their longer, colder months, locals swear by the spring and summer for those visiting the area for the first time. The mild weather means more outdoor festivals, an uptick in its active food truck scene, and nature in full swing to wow onlookers.

Portland, OR Attractions If you are going to start anywhere in Portland, start in its living room, better known as Pioneer Courthouse Square. This is the beating heart of this self-proclaimed �weird� city�s downtown scene and is a perfect place to launch your first journey through the city. For a better view of the Portland sprawl, take to the sky in the aerial tram to lay your next port of call. Take advantage of the peaceful Japanese gardens at Washington Park or stand in awe in the misting spray of the Multnomah Falls.

You can shop the Pearl District�s many boutiques--keep an eye out for art galleries--or hit the trail in Forest Park to enjoy a towering canopy of trees that stretches for over 5,000 acres and houses over 70 overlapping hiking trails. You may have booked a table at one of Portland�s many affluent or on-the-rise restaurants, but make sure you treat yourself to the array of food truck nibbles available at the Portland Mercado.

Keep your eyes peeled on the local art scene in case you want to take in a night of theatre at Portland Center Stage, the Portland Ballet Theatre, or the Oregon Symphony. Music and film abound in Portland, where you can enjoy a second-run or revival film with your beer, or take in a show from a band that could be the next best thing.

Things to See in Portland

Broughton Beach

Clark County Historical Museum

Watts House Pioneer Museum

Sauvie Island

Bead Island

Oswego Heritage Council Museum

Tri-Club Island

Frontier Golf Course

Barn Museum

Campbell Lane Winery

Eastmoreland Golf Course

World Forestry Center Discovery Museum

Columbia Edgewater Golf Club

Moda Center

Griffith Island (Historical)

Hares Canyon

Brunswick Canyon

Elk Fountain

Little Sandy Trail

Little Hells Canyon

Sckavone Stadium

Charbonneau Golf Course

Marquam Gulch

Balch Canyon

Willamette Falls Locks And Museum

Oregon Military Museum

American Advertising Museum

Heron Lakes Golf Course

Kiggins Bowl

Portland Childrens Museum

St. Johns Twin Cinemas

Oregon Museum Of Science And Industry

Rivergreens Golf Course

Architectural Heritage Center And Museum

The Reserve Vineyards And Golf Club

Allen Canyon

Meriwether Golf Course

Gulf Canyon

Lyons Beach

Molalla Museum Complex

Ghost Creek Golf Course

San Salvador Beach

The Hat Museum

Willamette Valley

Villa Catalana Cellars

Hoover - Minthorn House Museum

Sundial Beach

Colwood National Golf Club

Providence Park

Chehalem Mountains

Museum Of Contemporary Craft

Skidmore Fountain

Caples House Museum

Chehalem Valley

Museum Of The Oregon Territory

Sullivan Gulch

Nine Hole Golf Course

Pearson Air Museum

Wells Fargo History Museum

Knieriem Canyon

Puddy Gulch

Forest Edge Vineyard

Sand Island (Historical)

Ramsey Island (Historical)

Red Hills Of Dundee

Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club

Witch Hollow Golf Course

Oregon Maritime Center And Museum

Cougar Trail

Sewer Trail

Orenco Woods Golf Course

Tolke Canyon

Portland Police Museum

Scoggins Valley

Tualatin Valley

Garrish Valley

Rose City Golf Course

King City Golf Course

Kidd'S Toy Museum

Erv Lind Stadium

Tomahawk Island

Sandy Area Historical Museum

Pete'S Mountain Vineyard And Winery

Hellenic - American Cultural Center And Museum

Mcguire Island

Poliwaski Canyon

Hestin House Museum

Springwater Golf Course

Toe Island

Glendoveer Golf Course

Gresham History Museum

Five Islands

Canby Depot Museum

Caterpillar Island

Shepperds Dell

Chatham Island

Sunset Grove Golf Course

Milwaukie Museum

Burke Island

Places near Portland

Gresham
Lake Oswego
West Linn
Tigard
Beaverton
Tualatin
Aloha
Woodburn
Keizer
Redmond

Hotels in Portland

guesthouse hotel & suites

Schools in Portland

University of Southern Maine at Portland
University of Southern Maine Gorham

Restaurants in Portland

daily grill - portland
emerald city smoothie - beaverton
extreme pizza
rialto poolroom
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