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Price and Availability Index in Oregon
Vacation Rental Price Information in Oregon
We analyzed the prices of accommodation in Oregon to help you find the best time to travel. Vacation rental prices in Oregon are at their highest in July and reach on average $594 per night. However, there are periods when prices drop significantly. Booking accommodation for your trip is most affordable in April. In the period 4/22 - 4/29, you will pay on average $271 per night.
Rental Availability Information in Oregon
This graph shows the availability rate in Oregon over the next year. The busiest week of the year is in March (3/25 - 4/1). On the other hand, if you visit in November, you'll have plenty of choice, with 93% of the vacation rentals still available.
Oregon has a diverse landscape generally separated by a small mountain range running north to south. The coastal strip is dotted with rainforests, various forests, large sandy beaches and dunes, and large and small sea bays. In the east of Oregon you can then find mostly desert with a hot and dry climate. Totally different from the coastal area where the weather in winter is not very tourist friendly. It is cool, lots of rain and daily storms are part of the deal. It is best to book a family house Oregon during the months of April and October. Then you will find warm, sunny weather with even nice Indian summers in September and October. You can discover the beautiful coast of Oregon via Route 101 from Astoria to Coos Bay and then head south to California.
1. Enjoy Salem and Eugene with vacation rentals Oregon
Oregon has as its capital Salem, which is derived from the Hebrew shalom meaning so much as peace. And so is this 137,000-strong city. The city is primarily a civil service town with the main tourist attraction being Cherries. Since 1903, the city has been hosting regular cherry festivals.
Eugene is nicknamed the "university town of sandals and designer shoes." The city combines rural splendor with urban vibrancy, and this is reflected in the many attractions it has to offer. For example, there are several inviting natural parks and beautiful hiking parks. Also, the Asian art collection at the University of Oregon's art museum stirs the imagination. For sports fans, stop by the nike store and learn about the history of the sports company founded in Oregon.