Tank of Gas Getaway

Tank of Gas Getaway: OC&E Trail

Klamath County, Ore. – The OC&E trail in Klamath Falls has a history going back 100 years. In this week’s Tank of Gas Getaway NBC5’S Scott Gee shows us how it made the transition from rail to trail. The OC&E Woods Line …

Tank of Gas Getaway: Medford Railroad Park

Medford, Ore. – The Medford Railroad Park is only open every second and fourth Sunday from April through October. That’s just 14 Sundays, but the park still gets nearly 40,000 visitors a year. The park has been around for almost 40 years. …

Tank of Gas Getaway: Ocean World

Crescent City, Calif. – Snuggled up against Crescent City Harbor is the Ocean World Aquarium. It’s been around since 1964. You might have been here as a kid. Now, it may be time to take your kids. They’ll see hundreds of sea-faring …

Tank of Gas Getaway: Crater Lake

Crater Lake National Park is arguably Oregon’s premier visitor destination. It’s estimated that about half-a-million visitors visit the park each year. It’s also estimated that about 90% of them don’t travel much farther beyond the Rim Village. Park superintendent Craig Ackerman said, …

Tank of Gas Getaway: Eugene

Eugene, Ore. – This week’s Tank of Gas Getaway brings us to a place where the motto is: “A great city for the arts and outdoors.” That’s Eugene, home of the University of Oregon–and of course southern Oregon’s closest Voodoo Donuts. Nestled …

Tank of Gas Getaway: Coos County Coast

Coos County, Ore. — This week’s Tank of Gas Getaway takes us back to the Oregon Coast, but this time we’ve moved northward from Bandon to Coos Bay, North Bend, and Charleston area. There are some great coastlines and beaches, but first …
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