Known for its certain quirkiness, Portland is just as stringent as the rest of the state when it comes to the laws about Pokemon being unconfined. If anything, it may even be a more severe. Citizens are on a constant lookout for Pokemon mistreatment and openly despise trainers that happen to pass by. Not a trainer? No need to worry! Casual travelers or locals will find a friendly environment littered with small business and a sense of acceptance for even the oddest sort.
The area around Haystack Rock is a collection of tide pools home to many aquatic Pokemon. As for the monolithic rock itself, much mystery and speculation surround the formation. When it becomes accessible by foot at low tide, it is tradition for Pokemon trainers to touch its surface before moving on.
At the center of the national park is Crater Lake, a remnant of a destroyed Volcano. The lake’s water has a striking blue hue that seems to attract the local Pokemon population. Interestingly enough, all water that enters the lake is eventually lost from evaporation or subsurface seepage.
A brilliantly green area, Kalmiopsis is filled to the brim with lovely purple flowers from which it gets its name. But that’s not the only dominant plant in the area. The diversity of vegetal species is a captivation for most passerbys. But be wary, poison often accompanies the beauty.