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Disney's Halloweentown is a classic film that has all the buzz around Spooky Season, and it's actually a real place in St. Helens, Oregon where you can visit.

It's called The Spirit of Halloweentown and has everything that will remind you of the movie set, from City Hall with the large pumpkin outside to the skeleton driving the taxi cab!

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The Painted Hills just outside of Portland, Oregon is considered one of the "Seven Wonders of Oregon" and it's no mystery why.

This geological hotspot is one of three units that make up The John Day Fossil Beds and is the most visited in the park. Every year, visitors comb the colorful terrain, hoping to find their own piece of history.

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The beautiful state of Oregon is filled with incredible hiking opportunities that truly stick out among the rest in the United States.

This list will show you where you absolutely need to go hiking near the wonderful city of Portland this spring for the ultimate nature escapade.

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The spookiest time of year is right around the corner, and that means it's the perfect time to explore some funky, freaky, and downright eerie spots. These places to visit in Oregon this October will let you indulge in scary legends, tasty treats, and fun festivities to get you in the Halloween spirit. You can see them all, or pick one for an exciting adventure.

If you wait year-round for pumpkin-spiced everything and creepy decorations, these locations will give you even more to look forward to.

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Ruins with a spooky history of hauntings are worth a visit, but this spot will chill you to your core. Golden Ghost Town in Oregon is said to be filled with eerie happenings, and the Ghost Adventures team even did an episode on it. You can visit the site for yourself and decide once and for all if phantoms still dwell among the deserted buildings.

Golden was once a small mining community that began between 1840 and 1850, according to the Secretary Of State website.

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