Unique Trip Ideas
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Grab a taste of Pacific Northwest craft culture by hopping aboard the Bend Brew Bus. This is a great activity for friends, families, bachelor and bachelorette parties, or business groups!
At Overleaf Spa, you’ll find a one of a kind oceanfront experience that gives you the luxury you need in a friendly, unassuming environment. The spa offers all amenities needed to fully maximize your relaxation including use of the ocean view soaking pool and hot tub, steam rooms and saunas.
Enjoy live music, learn with industry professionals (including Macklemore and Quincy Jones!) and celebrate the emerging sounds of the Northwest at Upstream Music Fest and Summit, May 11-13, in Seattle, WA.
Experience nature up close and personal, and rappel 120 ft down Kulaniapia Falls. You will be equipped with top of the line equipment, and provided with ample instruction to ensure the descent down the falls will be safe, fun and exhilarating.
In search of the perfect destination for your destination wedding? No matter if your style is classic, conventional or fun, Carmel has the best places for you to have your special day.
River, ocean, redwoods, waterfalls… Experience everything the Northern California coast has to offer during one amazing trail run. Mendocino county’s first ultra marathon starts and ends at Big River State Park.
With so much to see, it’s not hard to see why jeep eco-tours are one of the most popular activities on Catalina Island. Tours are run by the Catalina Island Conservancy, so you can feel good knowing that you are helping support the preservation of the beautiful island you are exploring.
The Stanford Inn is happy to announce their newest family member, Ursula!
Come and meet a real Alaskan family of mushers at their summer training camp and take a 2 mile dog sled ride on a comfortable wheeled sled.
Visit the largest state park in California, Anza-Borrego State Park. The park is located in the Southeatern corner of
Stunning views and wine are in store when you take a ride up to Sterling Vineyards Winery on the aerial tram.
Heceta Head Lightstation is celebrating 123 years of the First Order Fresnel Lens shining its light on the Oregon Coast on March 30th from 4 to 7 pm.
Pendleton Whisky has announced that they will once again be the title sponsor of the 2nd annual Pendleton Whisky Music Fest, featuring Maroon 5 as headliner.
Love to drive? Discover beauty at every turn on a scenic drive around Sandpoint.
The Jacksonville Inn’s wine shop is something to behold. With over 100 wines available for purchase from Limited Wine Spectator’s, tasting flights and wines by the glass you’ll be sure to find just what you are looking for.
Visit Coconut Island, a small island in Hilo Bay, just offshore from the world famous Lili'uokalani Park. Coconut Island is a small park connected to the main island by a footbridge.
Explore Hilo with the right tour provider and see what others miss! We couldn’t pick just one, so here’s our top 2 - you can’t go wrong either way!
Spend your day sightseeing, snorkeling and swimming at Isla Marietas National Park (The Marieta Islands). Consistently ranked by visitors as one of their favorite places in Punta De Mita, this picturesque park is definitely worth a visit!
FivePine Lodge and Conference Center is celebrating their 10 year anniversary in 2017 with special room rates, add-ons and more.
OPPA! The Jacksonville Inn will be hosting a Greek Night Saturday, March 25 at 6 PM - 9 PM to celebrate Greek Independence Day.
It may be home to some of the finest wineries and vineyards in the world, but the Napa Valley and in particular Calistoga has much more to offer. Here are our top 3 absolute favorite things to do and see in Calistoga.
The 100 Best Fan-Favorite Destinations in Oregon list was based on 22,000 reviews. Unique Inns is extremely proud to share that four members have included in this list.
Hilo is quite often described as “old Hawaii” There is a large community of friendly residents as well as many historical structures that contribute to a strong authentic identity.
As recommended in O Magazine, an Artists’ Retreat in Carmel is wonderful opportunity for artists of all levels. Whether you are an inquisitive beginner, an advanced professional or anyone wishing to expand their artistic potential, this retreat truly offers something for everyone.
Heceta Head Lightstation is celebrating 21 years of the Annual Victorian Christmas Open House on December 10th & 11th and 17th & 18th from 4 to 7 pm. Come check it out and enjoy the 2000 new LED lights that will cast their warm welcoming glow on the beautiful rugged coast.
Love to shop? Carmel is the place for you. Prepare to shop till you drop in a one of a kind shopping environment.
With miles of perfectly groomed trails and great views, Sandpoint attracts Nordic skiers and snowshoers from around the globe. There is a lot of easy terrain too - making it a great spot for beginners!
One of Seattle’s main attractions, Pike Place Market is a blast to walk through. There is plenty to see (and taste!) while exploring. including countless shops of food, flowers, art and clothing. The people that work there also largely double as entertainment.
Nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas, Placerville is a beautiful little gold rush town steeped in history and rich with things to see and do!
Love Halloween? So does Eugene! The city goes all out with trick or treating, pet and person costume parades and contests, free activities and performances and will be screening the newly remastered ‘79 horror classic Phatasm along with its new sequel.