It’s not every day that a robot fish shares his favorite things to do in Oregon. But then again this is Oregon, a place that is far from ordinary.
We have amazing sand dunes, fishing, wineries, bike trails and stargazing spots all in one one-of-a-kind state. And now we even have our very own salmon tour guide to show you around through these 360-degree videos.
When you’re feeling so inspired that you just have to come see it all for yourself, we’ll be here to help plan your own one-of-a-kind Oregon trip.
an Itinerary7 Otherworldly Stargazing Spots
From camping in the Alvord Desert to a fire lookout on Dixie Butte, photographer Ben Canales shares a few of his favorite stargazing destinations.Continue reading this story…
an Oregon StoryInsider’s Guide to Oregon Swimming Holes
If you’ve ever been to a swimming hole in Oregon that seems overrun with crowds, fear not there are ways to avoid that scenario. Try swinging a mid-week trip, when you are likely to see far fewer people out. Try a more out-of-the way spot,…Continue reading this story…
Find Things to See & Do
The easiest way to get to Oregon’s 7 Wonders is to fly Alaska Airlines. With daily non-stop flights to Eugene, Medford, Portland, & Bend, it’s easy to see why Alaska is the official 7 Wonders of Oregon airline.Find Flights on AlaskaAir.com
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Cities, Regions, Questions & Answers Planning Your Trip
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We’ve partnered with Roadtrippers to provide a great way to plan a trip around Oregon. Packed with all the great resources you’ll find on TravelOregon.com, the Oregon Roadtrippers experience gets you from Point A to Point B (and C, D, and E), suggests stuff to do on the way, and let’s you take it with you on your smartphone.
Where is Oregon, anyway?
Not familiar with U.S. geography? Oregon is on the West Coast, right between Washington and California. Some people think it’s the best thing about the West Coast, and of course they’re right.
Made up of seven diverse regions, Oregon has the ocean, mountains, valleys, high desert, cities, small towns, and almost everything in between.
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Good question! Depends on what you define as "near." I know lots of folks paddleboard on the Willamette River...which isn't right in McMinnville, but isn't that far away, either. There are multiple places to put in/take out on the Willamette. I know people paddleboard from Wallace Marine Park in Salem, which is maybe 30 minutes from McMinnville. Another place you might try if you want a conta…