Oregon

The very word "Oregon" inspired the largest voluntary land migration in recorded history and not without good reason.

Windswept beaches, verdant forests, and snow-capped peaks give way to sweeping rangelands, towering rock formations and dramatic river valleys in this incredibly diverse land. Today's visitors come to experience the variety of recreational opportunities, to explore Oregon's vibrant progressive cities and picturesque communities, and to tour the wine regions. Oregon is a vast and ever-changing playground for the soul.

Key Information

Population: 3.7 million

Average Climate: 38°F in January; 66°F in July

Capital: Salem

Largest City: Portland

Did you know: Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States

Unique Places to Stay in Oregon

The finest bed & breakfasts, boutique hotels and country inns located in Oregon.

Find Your Next Destination in Oregon

Ashland

Ashland

Thanks to a mild climate that offers plenty of sunshine, visitors can discover a year-round paradise in Ashland. The town’s international reputation for being known for the arts, and even more specifically the Oreson Shakespeare Festival, is being complemented by its growing recognition for culinary offerings and outdoor recreation.
Bend

Bend

Nicknamed the “outdoor playground of the west”, Bend is a mountain town that has it all. Visitors can discover many appealing features such as the legendary Bend Ale Trail, ancient lava tubes, the high dessert museum, award winning restaurants as well as outdoor pursuits like hiking, biking or floating down the river.
Cannon Beach

Cannon Beach

Cannon Beach is a charming seaside village well known for its distinctive Haystack Rock and Needles marking the shoreline. Renowned as one of the best art towns in America and named one of the world’s most 100 beautiful places by National Geographic, Cannon Beach has plenty of fabulous things for visitors to experience.
Dundee

Dundee

Located in the rolling red hills of the Willamette Valley, Dundee is one of the most beautiful towns in Oregon. Whatever you are looking to sip, savor, stroll or shop, Dundee offers everything you would expect from a fine food and wine destination.
Eugene

Eugene

Eugene is a beautiful bustling city next to the Willamette River that offers the very best of Oregon’s bounty of fine wines, craft beer and farm fresh food. Home to the University of Oregon and many annual events and festivals Eugene is a great city for the arts and recreation.
Gold Beach

Gold Beach

Where the Rogue River meets the Pacific Ocean, Gold Beach is a small coastal town where you can find it all… Endless windswept beaches, the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest, heritage sights such as the Cape Blanco lookout and the largest Myrtlewood tree in Oregon.
Idleyld Park

Idleyld Park

A small community located along Oregon Route 138, Idlelyd Park has what is described as warm mediterranean weather. Ideal for a retreat, visitors experience a sense of peace in this serene, naturally beautiful place.
Jacksonville

Jacksonville

Named for the creek that runs through it, the small town of Jacksonville is a National Historic Landmark. Walking down main street is like stepping back in time. Award winning wineries, boutique shops and world class events combine to make a wonderful place to visit.
Portland

Portland

The states largest city, Portland has a big personality with plenty to offer. Portland is renowned for its accessibility, eco-friendliness, microbreweries, coffee houses and iconic sites such as Washington Park and the Oregon Zoo.
Sisters

Sisters

Visit Sisters in beautiful Central Oregon for the best in events, recreation art galleries and dining. There’s never any shortage of things to do in this small Cascade Mountain town.
Yachats

Yachats

Yachats (pronounced YAH-hots) is a small coastal city surrounded by the lush forested mountains of the Coast Range. Yachats is the perfect place for a romantic lovers getaway, a soul soothing retreat or exciting outdoor adventures.
Pendleton

Pendleton

Pendleton is perfectly situated along the pristine Umatilla River. The town itself is considered the cultural centre of Eastern Oregon and its “Old Town” region is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.