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Tie-dye and hula hoops on the lawn at Breitenbush Retreat in Oregon

Unplugged. Outside. Outstanding.

The fun thing about my photo faves is that you never know where we’ll be next.

This Earth Day tribute comes from our stay a couple of years ago at Breitenbush Hot Springs Retreat in Oregon – probably the greenest resort I’ve ever visited. This wellness retreat is set at the foothills of the Cascade Mountains where geothermal steam powers the entire retreat and naturally heats the soaking pools right along with my favorite: the little wooden sauna on stilts.

If you are looking for a truly off-the-grid, green resort experience where babies and toddlers are welcome, with three delicious vegetarian meals a day included, daily yoga classes, and even an annual natural parenting conference, you’ll want to be sure and check out my detailed review of our family’s stay at Breitenbush Retreat (click here).

And in case you don’t speak “bathing suit optional” (I know you can’t wait to read the review now), you might want to check out my review of our family’s stay at quite a different Oregon resort: Salishan Golf Resort and Spa. (Bathing suits are required and resort terry robes are encouraged.)

Happy Earth Day weekend to all. This post is part of the Photo Friday fun at DeliciousBaby.com.

Previous post: Five easy ways to “green” your next family road trip.

Safe journeys,

Shelly Rivoli
Author of the award-winning Travels with Baby and Take-Along Travels with Baby

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One Response to Photo Fave: Hula hoops and tie-dye on the lawn at Breitenbush Hot Springs Resort

  1. Sonja says:

    My family might have a little trouble with the vegetarian meals. I’m afraid we’re not that green.

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