Franco's Fun Bus
Trips are individually priced but normally cost about $100. francosfinest.com.
Franco's Fun Bus is like a regular fun bus—but with dabs instead of vodka. His four-hour tours include a scenery stop and a food pod or catering—one tour took riders to a floating house with terpene-paired snacks. The bus doesn't allow lighters, but two manned dab rigs offer samples from Franco's Finest collection. This isn't a bus for first-time cannabis users, but experienced ones are in for a treat. Sponsor swag bags are usually included.
High 5 Tours
Trips are $420 and the bus seats 12. high5tours.com.
If you've got plenty of friends and don't want to hang out on a tour bus with strangers, consider booking the 420-friendly tour bus High 5 Tours. It offers planned itineraries like "Midnight Munchies" and "Plant to Pipe" or you can work out your own night. Yes, you can smoke on the bus.
Wake and Bake at HunnyMilk
HunnyMilk, 5222 NE Sacramento St., 503-320-7805. Get tickets by signing up for the mailing list at hunnymilk.com.
Turns out, brunch is better when you're high. And at HunnyMilk, brunch is always pretty good. Normally serving a prix-fixe $20 meal with savory and sweet courses plus a drink (mimosas included), this weekend pop-up sometimes does Wake and Bake brunch, which featured the same menu turned into a cannabis-aided experience, complete with a generous goodie bag, a bus to smoke on, and a projector showing episodes of The Care Bears and DuckTales.
Northfork 53, 77282 Highway 53, Nehalem, northfork53.com. Event prices vary.
This property in the coastal city of Nehalem is a B&B—bed-and-bud. Owners Brigham and Ginger Edwards' original weed brunch, with farm-to-table ingredients, was so successful they founded Inhalem Society to hold more events, planned twice-monthly through July, with discounts available for those booking a bed upstairs. Their farmhouse-style abode is airy and open, giving non-tokers plenty of boring, regular air to breathe. Don't be afraid to book the brunch and stay off-property, as there are plenty of rooms available on nearby farms and ranches.