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Map of Oregon

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oregon coast lighthouse

Beach Lover

Do you like small coastal towns, storm-watching, and saltwater taffy? How about flying kites, or exploring tidepools? Want to see what it’s like to stay in a yurt?

Try the Oregon Coast.

Portland, Oregon

City Nomad

Are you urban to the core, but like to step outside the skyscrapers a bit? Do you read books with your morning latte, and like to stay up late listening to live music? Prefer your bicycle to a car? How about independent shops and funky boutiques?

Visit Portland.

Columbia River Gorge


Perhaps cascading waterfalls and snow-capped volcanoes are your thing? How about world-class windsurfing, or world-famous craft beer?

Check out the Columbia River Gorge and Mount Hood.

Foodie Farmer

Know where you’ll find the perfect climate for growing Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris grapes, used for a few of Oregon’s most famous wine varieties? Hint: this region is also dotted with charming towns to stay in and explore.

Visit the Willamette Valley.

Central Oregon

Always Outside

For outdoor recreation lovers of all kinds, from downhill and cross country skiing to rock climbing and river rafting, this is your best bet. Don’t stop there, because there’s also golf, hiking, horse back riding, fossil finding and fly fishing.

Go to Bend and Central Oregon.

southwest oregon

Rural yet Refined

It’s true – Shakespeare buffs flock here from around the world. And when they do, they find fabulous eating and quaint places to stay along with their theater. Better yet, the pristine Crater Lake National Park is here, along with wineries, ranches, and tumbling rivers.

Where’s this? Southwest Oregon.

eastern oregon

Solitude Seeker

Are you into big blue sky? Rodeos? Whitewater rafting through gorgeous canyons? Hiking in sagelands and patches of pondersosa pine? How about riding horseback through wilderness?

Try Eastern Oregon.







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