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Lewis and Clark College Hotel & Travel Guide
You're certain to have a good experience at Lewis and Clark College.
Portland, the city where it's situated, is a well-loved place to visit no matter what the season.
If you want a nice hotel that is in the vicinity of Lewis and Clark College, The Fulton House Bed and Breakfast, is your best option. It's located just 2 miles (3 kilometers) away.
You won't have to use all your savings when you stay in a cheap, yet comfortable hotel. There are a few in the vicinity. Why not consider the Econo Lodge Portland City Center and the Quality Inn Downtown Convention Center?
After an eventful day, rest your worn-out body at an upmarket hotel that's not too far away. Suites and rooms at The Nines, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Portland and Kimpton Riverplace Hotel are worth checking out.
After a day of roaming around, drop in to Maggie's (SW Elysium Ave, Lewis and Clark College, Portland), which is known for its tasty treats, impressive service and brilliant coffee. A quality local eatery, Trail Room (0615 Southwest Palatine Hill Road, Portland) dishes up some delectable food that's sure to satisfy even the most ferocious hunger.
Other Things to Do Near Lewis and Clark CollegeYou're here to check out Lewis and Clark College, but you could be pleasantly surprised by what else the area has going on:
- Spend a day in the sunshine and get some exercise at Tryon Creek State Park, one of the area's finest parks.
- Notch a few birdies, get active and challenge your mind at the local Waverley Country Club.
- Elk Rock Garden draws your attention away from the shrubs and trees, and instead favors a range of differently shaped rocks and stones.
- Give yourself the chance to travel back in time by spending an afternoon in Glazed Terra-Cotta National Historic District.
- Admire the important piece of architecture that is Sellwood Bridge, and kick back as you watch the current flow below.