Unique Trip Ideas
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Find out whodunit! Based on the cult classic film and the popular boardgame, Clue is a madcap comedy that will keep you guessing until the final twist. Performance dates: December 8th – 17th.
Experience two of Napa Valley’s most thrilling adventures for a day that’s destined to be the most unforgettable of your wine country trip!
The 2023 Savor Cannon Beach Wine and Culinary Festival is a series of nine extraordinary food and wine experiences October 12-27th in Cannon Beach, Oregon.
As you know, the Stanford Inn loves all animals, but especially their own dogs, cats and all the amazing pets guests bring to the resort. They are excited to welcome and introduce you to Pepper - the newest adopted addition to their family.
Volunteer Park is one of Seattle's most popular attractions. It features a climbable water tower, a conservatory, and a dahlia garden. The park is also home ot the Seattle Asian Art Museum.
Bear Creek Golf Course is a beautiful and challenging 9 hole golf course tucked away in the foothills between Twisp and Winthrop. It’s the perfect blend of a manicured course set in a rugged landscape!
Have a memorable experience and explore beautiful Big River Estuary aboard a redwood Mandeola with Big River tours. Professionally guided tours for you and your family, depart from the Stanford Inn's dock at noon.
Travel to a beautiful beach and transform into a Catalina Island Mermaid. Have a fun photoshoot on scenic rocky seascapes and sandy beaches or if you're feeling even more adventurous, learn to swim in a mermaid tail.
Tour beautiful wineries and apply creativity to your next bottle of wine at Northstar Winery. Not only is this a fun wine experience, but you get to do it with a friend or loved one. Enjoy a wine tour, picnic for two, and blend your new favorite wine.
Take part in an unforgettable culinary experience that celebrates the beauty and taste of Korean vegan cuisine and join celebrity chef Adam Sobel for a cooking class on April 20th at the Stanford Inn by the Sea.
Join retired geologist Dave Muerdter at the Cape Perpetua Visitor Center, April 9, 16 and 22, at 11 am and 2 pm, with a guided walk at noon.
The last concert of the current season will be held on Sunday April, 23. Weather permitting, it will be outdoors in the spring garden between the Hotel and Restaurant.
After opening several years ago, the Greene Lily became a local treasure and one of the best places for brunch in Old Town Eureka. They serve breakfast all day and their menu features a wide variety of dishes with classics like eggs benedict and delicious new things to try such as vegan french toast and a breakfast burger. Drink offerings include their spin on a bloody mary (they call the red lily) and they have 9 flavours of mimosas to try.
Warm up on a cold day with a delicious cinnamon twisp at the famous Cinnamon Twisp Bakery in the Heart of the Methow Valley. This signature twisted pastry has nuts, honey and brown sugar brushed topping all baked to perfection.
Celebrate Easter with a special Easter Brunch at the beautiful, oceanfront Resort at Port Ludlow on Sunday, April 9th from 11am until 2pm.
Are you looking for a way to bring your team together after working remotely? An off-site retreat can provide your organization an opportunity to foster stronger teamwork and boost morale.
Sequoia Park Zoo is located in Eureka, California. It was established in 1907 and is run by the City of Eureka. Featured animal exhibits include adorable red pandas, aviaries with a variety of bird species, the Barnyard, river otters, Redwood Sky Walk, and many more!
This month (February) the Resort at Port Ludlow's Fireside Restaurant is showcasing a local farm's newest product. Chimacum Valley Grainery, (previously known as Finnriver Grain) is the newest venture from Keith Kisler.
Drink in the beauty and bounty of the land at Finnriver with their orchard and cider barn tours and tastings that are offered throughout the year.
Have a cup of joe where the largest coffee company in the world began. From 1971 until 1975, the first Starbucks was located on Western Avenue until it moved to its new home in the Soul of Seattle, the Pike Place Market (where it remains today). And, because Pike Place is a historic district with specific guidelines, the store still retains its original look.
Explore the towering redwoods, lush green ferns, stunning wildflowers and incredible views overlooking Half Moon Bay in the Purisima Creek Redwoods Open Space Preserve.
Sea Lion Caves is a wildlife preserve and bird sanctuary on the Oregon Coast. Sea Lion Caves is America's largest sea cave and the year round home of the steller sea lion.
Visit Heceta Head Lightstation on October 30th between 11:30am-2:30pm to experience the history and hear ghostly stories from past B&B guests and staff of the Heceta Head Lightkeeper’s House.
The stunning 700+ acre Lower Bear River Reservoir is just a few miles off Highway 88 and provides easy access for scenic day outings. The lake offers great trout fishing and the tree-lined shorelines make it the perfect places for picnics.
The Blue Wings Blues Festival is an annual festival held in the cool of the evening in the garden under the sycamores at the Tallman Hotel. The ticket price of $60 + tax includes a delicious buffet BBQ dinner.
Farms, Fish & Flowers offers the general public a once-a-year opportunity to visit the Half Moon Bay Coastside’s nurseries, greenhouses, historic sites, farms and even a working harbor. Many of these businesses are not ordinarily open to the public except during our event when they invite visitors for a behind-the-scenes tour of their facilities and operations.
Rent an ATV and explore the largest coastal sand dunes in North America! With over 7,000 acres to explore, this will surely be a memorable experience.
Breakfast is back at the Overleaf! Their team arrives early each morning to create a delicious, nutritious breakfast spread, made from scratch. When you follow the delicious aromas into their gorgeous new lobby and arrive for breakfast, simply let them know what you would like, and they’ll plate it for you.
Join the Resort at Port Ludlow on Thursday, June 23rd, as they celebrate the culinary bounty of the Olympic Peninsula - featuring pairings from Finnriver. Joining you will be the masterful Cider Maker, Andrew Byers and Wine Director extraordinaire, Andrew Wiese.
No visit to Cannon Beach would be complete without visiting Ecola State Park. Ecola State Park offers several miles of hiking trails, picnic areas and great vantage points for bird and whale watchers.