Oregon Tourism & Visitor Guide
Welcome to Oregon!
Oregon is full of unique and exciting places to visit, ranging from natural volcanic sights to beaches along the Pacific Ocean to a scattering of vineyards. Portland, the state's most populous city, may be one of America's best kept secrets, offering a range of attractions, inlcuding museums, parks and professional sports teams. Near to Portland and bordering Washington, visitors will find the Columbia Gorge-Mount Hood region, which boasts the second largest waterfall in the United States, Multnomah Falls. Explore Oregon's 400 mi (640 km) of Pacific coastline or tour the Willamette Valley, home to Eugene and the state's capital city, Salem. The Central Cascades and its largest center, Bend, is a perfect base to visit the parks, mountains and rivers of this region. As natural wonders go, Crater Lake-Klamath and Eastern Oregon present a multitude of volcanic attractions, including spectacular Crater Lake National Park and the Newberry National Volcanic Monument, respectively.
Current & Upcoming Events [ View All ]
Looking for something to do in Oregon? Check out these current and upcoming events. If you know of an event that is not listed in the travel guide, please feel free to add an event listing (it's free).
- MMI Seminar in Portland, OR on Dec. 9-11, 2016
Dec 09 to Dec 11 » Portland, OR
- Tony Robbins Live! Portland
Mar 02 » Oregon Convention Center
- The Salem World Beat Festival
May 01 » Salem Riverfront Park
- Tillamook County Rodeo
May 01 » Tillamook, OR
- Race for the Cure
TBA » Waterfront Park
- Prefontaine Memorial Run
TBA » Coos Bay
- Time-Based Art Festival (TBA Festival)
TBA » Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA)