Travel Talk in the August Issue

Travel tips and outdoor adventures from Portland Monthly's August issue in one handy place

By Tuck Woodstock August 7, 2013

In the August issue of Portland Monthly, Tripster readers will:

◊ Explore our guide to Oregon’s best state parks, from fantastic seashore cabins to a brand-new high desert escape.

◊ Pedal through 50 miles of horse pastures, pioneer cemeteries, and wetlands along Oregon’s newest scenic bikeway.

◊ Discover starfish, waterfalls, and pioneer cabins at Oregon’s best state parks for day trippers.

◊ Gear up with the best Portland stuff for your next camping adventure, from camp stools to camera coolers.

◊ Spice up your family vacations with swimming, sailing, fishing, and biking at Oregon’s best state parks for families.

◊ Whip up a mind-blowing campfire dinner featuring rockfish, red potatoes, kale, and Ninkasi Summer Ale in a tinfoil boat.

◊ Seek an adrenalin buzz on the trail less traveled with at Oregon’s best state parks for adventurers.

◊ Satisfy your campside caffeine cravings via two methods of fireside coffee brewing.

◊ Admire natural beauty with a low degree of difficulty at Oregon’s best state parks for lite excursions.

◊ Advance your camping skills by learning to light a fire in the ubiquitous Oregon rain.

◊ Shake up an ice-free mason jar cocktail well worth toting along with your camping gear.

◊ Award demerit badges to neighboring campsites for misdeeds ranging from “extreme glamping” to “feral children.”

◊ Brush up on your snakebite treatment training with this advice from the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office medical team.

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