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Take a refreshing dip in nature's hidden gems. Explore the top swimming holes near you and dive into a world of natural beauty and tranquility.
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Oregon's 30 Best Swimming Holes

As the temperature soars this summer we want to make sure you’re well prepared, and staying refreshed is certainly going to be the key! Below is a list of some of the best local spots to cool off. Granted, not all of them are actually within the state bounds of Oregon, with a few just on the northern side of the Columbia, but we know they're worth crossing over into Washington for. Some of them you may already know about, others may be new to you, and all of them are amazing!

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Of The Swimming Holes In Washington Siouxon Creek Should Be On Your Summer Bucket List

The clouds don't look gray and angry, and that's our cue for dreaming of glorious warm weather. If you're making a summer bucket list with a generous number of swimming holes in Washington like we are, you've got to add this hike that'll lead you to clear emerald pools and make you feel like you're exploring cenotes in Mexico!

Frank Militello
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West Virginia's Most Refreshing Hike, Glade Creek Trail, Will Lead You Straight To A Beautiful Swimming Hole

This smooth West Virginia trail closely follows Glade Creek for miles, passing cascade after cascade and swimming hole after swimming hole.

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