Oregon Vortex

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  • Address: 4303 Sardine Creek L Fork Rd, Gold Hill, OR 97525, United States
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-5418551543
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Family And Kids

Oregon Vortex - Review

This is a mysterious roadside attraction located in Gold Hill. The property is home to optical illusions which your kids will really enjoy. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. Science does have answers to the weirdness in the mystery house but still, it’s enjoyable to go with the flow and experience the weirdness that the house has to offer. A cool and an intriguing place which might give you a chill down your spine. Make sure you take a guided tour to add to the fun.

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  • Oregon Vortex Address: 4303 Sardine Creek L Fork Rd, Gold Hill, OR 97525, United States
  • Oregon Vortex Contact Number: +1-5418551543
  • Oregon Vortex Timing: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • Oregon Vortex Price: Free
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  • This was a really neat place to visit! It was a lot of fun. The tour guide was great and had a lot of energy and was quite the comedian. She did a amazing job at answering the many questions and comically "hushing" the nay-sayers. All the while, explaining pretty complex scientific explanations with ease. Also, I want to highlight the extra mile the staff went. I was stung by a wasp (!!) at the end of our visit. Not only did the staff go out of their way to give me salve for the sting and also very kindly gave me a water bottle for the trouble, they did so after they had closed and with a welcoming smile on each person's face! It was a very kind gesture and I greatly appreciated it! We will absolutely visit again and have been spreading the word of not only how fun it is, but also how amazing the staff are.

  • This place has a unique feeling&setting. Staff was very interesting to listen to and did a good tour. Needed more time to just hang out around the vortex but overall was a good time. The bottle really did roll up hill! So did the water! If this place was invented to make money, they put it in the wrong place.... Just saying. Would be really cool to be able to camp closer or at site.

  • Fun. Weird. But fun. Don't expect to see a real vortex but expect to enjoy some weird, and yes hard to explain, phenomenon. Staff were really nice. Only suggestion is to have a half tour for hot days. An hour-long voyage into the vortex on a hot day can be pretty taxing. That being said it's definitely fun. Kids will especially love it imo. Probably best for kids aged 5/6-12/13.

  • Been here 3 years in a row with others in my party. Decided not to go in this year because twice was 2 times too many for me. If you are looking for an entertaining experience that is good for kids or those who "want to believe" in paranormal phenomenon and powers of the unseen. The guided tour is entertaining andi engaging. The House of Mystery, which is sitting at an angle, provides for some interesting visual illusions due to the tilt of the structure. Tickets are around $12 for adults. This is a unique way to kill a couple of hours if you are in the area.

  • Pretty interesting phenomenon...but the price for entrance does not quite seem worth it. There were bugs flying around all over and the guy giving the tour to the group behind us was so loud we could barely hear the girl who was giving my group the tour. She had a unique personality though and made several little jokes along the way. I’m sure it’s not easy to do those presentations over and over again. Still, it’s a neat place to visit once.

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