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Vacation in Oregon.
Regions Oregon : Eastern Oregon, Mount Hood Corridor, North Coast, South Coast, Portland, North Willamette Valley, South Willamette Valley, Southern Oregon, Mt. Hood and Columbia River Gorge, North Eastern Oregon, Central Oregon, South Eastern Oregon.
Major metros Oregon : Bend, Eugene, Medford, Portland, Salem.
Counties in Oregon : Baker, Benton, Clackamas, Clatsop, Columbia, Coos, Crook, Curry, Deschutes, Douglas, Gilliam, Grant, Harney, Hood River, Jackson, Jefferson, Josephine, Klamath, Lake, Lane, Lincoln, Linn, Malheur, Marion, Morrow, Multnomah, Polk, Sherman, Tillamook, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, Wasco, Washington, Wheeler, Yamhill.
Cities in Oregon.
Capital City Oregon : Salem.
camping, car hire, holiday rentals, hotels & inns, tour operators, travel guides, travel to oregon
Camping / Campgrounds / RV Parks
Go Camping America - National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds (ARVC)
Koa - Campgrounds of America
National Park Service Campground and Tour Reservation Site
Funroads - Get Outta Town!
Car Rentals Oregon
Holiday Homes Oregon / Apartments
Vacation homes, condos, cabins and villas, offered directly by owner. Simply browse and search our properties for that perfect vacation spot.
Hotels in Oregon
Booking.com - Hotel Guide Oregon
Ppular cities in oregon : Portland, Lake Oswego, Cascade Locks, Sunriver, Baker City, Tigard, Albany,
Welches, Canby, Beaverton, Sandy...
Booking.com - Hotel Guide Portland
Centrally located hotels ranging from small family run budget accommodation to world-class five star hotels.
- Motel 6 and Red Roof
National Parks / State Parks
Visitors' Guide to Wildlife Areas & Hatcheries
Norteast Region, High Desert Region, Southwest Region, Northwest Region.
National Park Service
The NPS works with communities to preserve and care for neighborhood treasures. They also work with
teachers to create unique opportunities for students to learn about history at the real places where events unfolded.
Travel Agents / Tour Operators
- Create your perfect trip to Oregon
Flight, Hotel and Car
Oregon Travel Organizations / Tour Operators :
Eco Tours of Oregon - Tours from Portland to Oregon & Washington
Sightseeing and Nature Day Tours of Oregon and SW Washington for Individuals, Small Groups and Conventions. Tours include door-to door transportation from Portland Oregon USA metro area.
Grape Escape Winery Tours
Personalized tours of the Oregon Wine Country for private group occasions and special corporate events.
Enjoy fine wines and beautiful scenery at wineries chosen just for you. Incomparable Northwest cuisine
complements the wines and your day. Afternoon, Full-day, Dinner Escapes. Planning, transportation, fees, wit, humor included. Call early to secure your escape.
Vista Balloon Adventures
Imagine floating over Yamhill County's beautiful wine country in one of the greatest adventures of a lifetime.
Your hot air balloon adventure happens just 40 minutes South of downtown Portland in a safe, supportive and very fun environment.
Willamette Valley Wineries - the Heart of Oregon Wine Country!
Buffered from Pacific storms on the west by the Coast Range, the valley follows the Willamette River north to
south for more than a hundred miles from the Columbia River near Portland to just south of Eugene. To the
east, the Cascade Ranges draws the boundary between the Willamette Valley's misty, cool climate and the drier, more extreme climate of eastern Oregon
Travel Guides Oregon / Travel Related Books
Travel Guides USA [ amazon.co.uk ]
Transportation / How do I get to Oregon
Portland Airport - Portland International Airport
Seattle Airport - Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
Other airports in Oregon : see Airnav.com
Book cheap flights to Oregon DC at ebookers and benefit from discounted airfares.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines take you to hundreds of destinations everywhere in the world.
Airline Tickets Oregon/ Bargain Flights
Amtrak - American Railways
Portland Union Station is served by three scheduled Amtrak intercity passenger trains.
With three daily departures between Seattle and Portland, as well as daily service to Vancouver, B.C., the
Amtrak Cascades is a convenient link to the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia. Amtrak Cascades'
European-style trains offer laptop computer outlets; bicycle, ski and snowboard racks; and regional food and
drink. With service between Eugene, Ore., and Vancouver, B.C., Amtrak Cascades is perfect for both business travel and weekend getaways.
Amtrak's Coast Starlight operates daily, connecting the West Coast's most popular destination cities, including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland and Seattle.
Amtrak's Empire Builder takes you on an exciting adventure through majestic wilderness, following the
footsteps of Lewis and Clark. The Empire Builder begins in Portland and heads east to Chicago with stops at
the following destinations and more: Spokane, Whitefish, Glacier National Park, Minot, Minneapolis, and Milwaukee.
Greyhound Lines - Coach Lines
Oregon Department of Transportation
TriMet - Public Transportation for the Portland, Oregon, Metro Area
Maps of Oregon [ Uni Texas - Perry-Castaņeda Library - Map Collection ]
Vacationing in Oregon is traditionally more of an impromptu affair. This site is designed to give you your
bearings, but we encourage you to approach Oregon the way Oregonians do, with a sense of humor and adventure. For the most authentic Oregon experience, be kind to the environment when you visit.
State of Oregon [ Government ]
City of Salem [ Government ] - State Capital
See also Salem Oregon Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Located in the fertile Willamette Valley, the Salem area is fortunate to have an array of gardens. Tulip, rose,
iris, peony and dahlia farms and gardens along with the 80-acre Oregon Garden are just a few of spectacular "must see" sites of the region. Salem looks forward to your visit!
Coast of Oregon
Oregon's nearly 400 miles of beaches and dunes are all open to the public, offering endless vacation
possibilities. Grand resorts, family-friendly hotels, cozy bed and breakfasts, and full service campgrounds are
available all along the Coast. Mild temperatures, dramatic scenery and a wide range of recreational activities make this one of the state's most popular regions.
There are many recreational opportunities from fishing, cycling, flying a kite on the beach, scuba diving, hiking
through old-growth forests, windsurfing and surfing, beachcombing, whale and bird watching... the list is
endless. There are also many coast attractions including aquariums, art galleries, theaters and festivals,
parades and poetry readings. Many lighthouses dot the Oregon coast and you'll find hundreds of parks to explore. See Visit the Oregon Coast.
Eastern Oregon - Adventure awaits you.
Eastern Oregon is a place of awesome beauty - from Hells Canyon's wildest rapids to the glimmering peaks of
the Wallowas, from the rolling wheat fields of the Columbia River Plateau to the rugged breaks of Steens
Mountain. The skies are wide and blue, and beautiful scenery unfolds around every bend in the road.
Miles and miles of open road punctuated by small towns with big personalities are waiting to be discovered.
Stand in the ruts left by thousands of wagons headed west along the Oregon Trail. Help modern day
cowboys round up cattle. Look for fossils in John Day and be sure to stop in at the major interpretive centers
throughout the region offering visitors a chance to gain a better understanding of Oregon's history through
the eyes of its Native peoples. This is a region for exploration and adventure, where visitors can paint their
own experience in a watercolor landscape of distant purple mountains and the muted tones of the desert. See Eastern Oregon Visitor's Association
Mount Hood / Columbia River Gorge
Mt. Hood, the tallest of Oregon's Cascade peaks, stands watch over the awe-inspiring Columbia River Gorge
from a height of ll,239 ft.. The often-photographed glacier-glazed peak is home to year-round skiing and
snowboarding. Run-off from its volcanic slopes enriches soil in the valleys below, which are famous for their
production of pears, peaches, cherries, apricots and apples. One of the largest concentrations of high
waterfalls in the nation spills forth from the cliffs and ledges that wall in the mighty Columbia River to create the nation's only national scenic area. See Clackamas County is Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory.
Long recognized by the Hollywood set as the perfect getaway, Southern Oregon offers visitors a well
-balanced mix of natural and cultural wonders. History buffs will find a wide variety of historical sites and
points of interest across the region. Whitewater enthusiasts and anglers can seek endless adventure on the
Rogue, Klamath and Umpqua rivers, and theater aficionados flock to Ashland every year for the Oregon
Shakespeare Festival. Medford is home to both Harry and David's Country Village and the Jackson & Perkins Rose Garden. See Southern Oregon Visitors Association.
Flanked by the Coast Range and the Cascades, the valley takes its name from the river that flows through it.
Historic cities and towns, settled more than a hundred years ago by emigrants from all over the world, are
found throughout the region, but the area is perhaps best known for its diverse agriculture, which includes all kinds of vegetables, fruits, flowers, herbs, nuts, hops, and Christmas trees. See Oregon Wine Country.
Metro Region Portland
Bend - City of Bend [ Government ] - Visit Bend
Located in central Oregon at the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, on the edge of the Ponderosa pine forest
on the west as it transitions into the high desert plateau, characterized by junipers, sagebrush, bitter-brush,
and little water. Originally a logging town, Bend has become identified as a jump-off point for multiple outdoor sports; such as fishing, hiking, camping, rock climbing, skiing, and golf.
Eugene - City of Eugene [ Government ]
Third largest city of Oregon and located at the south end of the Willamette Valley, at the confluence of the McKenzie River and the Willamette River, about 60 miles east of the Oregon Coast.
Medford - City of Medford
Portland - Cty of Portland - Portland Oregon Visitors Association [ POVA ]
Maybe you've heard that the city of Portland, Oregon has been proclaimed as North America's "Best Big City,"
according to Money magazine. One visit will explain why. Come get a first-hand look at our unmatched natural
beauty, our bustling local scene, our sumptuous dining and welcoming accommodations -- all effortlessly
accessed thanks to our justly-famous light-rail system. Though it's not easy being green, it's exactly why so many visitors flock here, year-round.
Jackson - Jackson County
Jackson County, Oregon is arguably one of the most beautiful and livable areas of the Pacific Northwest - if
not the country. Located in Southern Oregon, Jackson County borders California to the south and is
surrounded by the majestic Cascade and Siskiyou Mountain ranges. It is centrally located along Interstate 5
between Portland and San Francisco, and just hours from the Pacific Ocean coastline. Jackson County offers
breathtaking scenery in every direction, a growing economic base, moderate weather and superior quality of life.
Ashland Oregon Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Convention Bureau
Ashland is a pretty, small town...surrounded by gorgeous mountains, lazy creeks, and roaring rivers.
This is a place where incredibly talented chefs prepare locally grown cuisine to pair with award winning local
wines. A place where high tech meets high touch. Home of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and an array of other visual and vocal artistry.
News from Oregon - The Bend Bulletin, The Source Weekly [ Bend ]
News - The Register Guard [ Eugene ]
Oregon Convention Center
Portland Children's Museum
Portland Metropolitan Exposition Center
The Portland Metropolitan Exposition Center is a multi-purpose facility that has served for more than 30 years
as the region's primary destination for consumer public shows, trade shows and public events.
Radio - Oregon Public Broadcasting
TV - Oregon Public Broadcasting
University Oregon - Oregon State University
University - Portland State State University
World Forestry Center
Their mission is to educate and inform people about the world's forests and trees, and their importance to all
life, in order to promote a balanced and sustainable future.
Zoo - Oregon Zoo
Cuisine - Oregon Recipes
Agri-Business Council of Oregon - see 'Oregon Recipes'
Extensive collection of recipes covers the variety of foods for which Oregon is famous, such as blueberries, cherries, lamb, hazelnuts, pork, crab, pumpkin, salmon, tomatoes and more.
Oregon Blueberry Commission - see 'Recipes'
Oregon blueberries are packed with many nutritional benefits, particularly antioxidant compounds. These
beneficial compounds help to immobilize free radicals in the body. Free radicals are implicated in the aging process, heart disease, memory loss, certain cancers and motor deterioration.
So go ahead, enjoy the delightful experience of eating blueberries. Your heart, brain and other body parts will thank you.
Oregon Fryer Commission - Oregon Grown Chickens - see 'Recipes'
Top recipes : Curried Oregon Chicken Thighs with Apple Slices and Cashews, Chicken with 40 Cloves of Garlic, Easy Mexican Chicken, Chicken Breasts with Potato Crust and Patties
Oregon Orchard - Hazelnut Recipes from the Hazelnut Growers Of Oregon
Hundreds of recipes for hazelnuts like Roasted Oregon Hazelnut Salad, Waldorf Salad, Oregon Hazelnut Stuffed Artichokes, Chewy Chocolate Hazelnut Cookies, and Oregon Hazelnut Waffles.
Oregon Raspberry & Blackberry Commission - See 'Berry Recipes' in top banner
Oregon berries are known for their superior flavor and texture. Whether fresh or frozen our raspberries and
blackberries are the ideal choice for a large variety of dishes. Why just limit berries to dessert? We have
wonderful ways to incorporate berries into beverages, sauces and main dishes. Come explore our recipes and find new and exciting ways to prepare your favorite berry.
Most of the recipes center around jams and desserts.
Oregon Strawberry Commission - see 'Strawberry Recipes' in top banner
Willamette Valley Vineyards - Oregon Pinot Noir and Other Fine Wine
History of Oregon [ Wikipedia ]
National Park Service - Links to the past
Explore America's cultural resources - buildings, landscapes, archeological sites, ethnographic resources, objects and documents, structures and districts.
Music, Art & Culture, Entertainment
Portland Center for Performing Arts
The Portland Center for the Performing Arts (or PCPA as they call it), is your premier arts and entertainment
venue in the Pacific Northwest. Nationally recognized as one of the top 10 performing arts centers in the
nation, the PCPA hosts every type of event imaginable. In fact, every year we have over 900 performances.
So, sit back, relax and start browsing - we know you will find something of interest.
Music of Oregon
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