time for some Oregon Recreation
To really know our state, you have to get out and experience it. This is why Oregon is one of the best places in the world for outdoor adventure. If you’re looking for world-class golfing, cycling, kayaking, skiing, rafting, windsurfing or just about anything else-ing, look no further. Better yet, don’t look, come out here and leap. Order your free travel guide today.
Oregon isn’t a place you see as much as you do. We have hiking trails through alpine passes, ancient fossil beds and overlooking the Pacific. Whether you’re into road biking, mountain biking or in-town cruising, Oregon has the trails and paths to suit your cycling. And with more than 200 public courses, it’s no wonder Oregon ranks so high for golf fans. If golfing, cycling and hiking aren’t enough, there’s climbing Smith Rock, windsurfing the Gorge, angling the Deschutes and rafting the rapids of Hells Canyon. Start planning your own Adventurecation today and enter to win one of 7 epic Oregon itineraries.
Kayaking the Chetco River
In the heart of the Kalmiopsis Wilderness in southern Oregon, the little-known Chetco River flows for 55 stunning miles…
Explore the North Umpqua Trail
Summer in Oregon is about exploring. It’s time to get outside and get your boots on the trail. We suggest the verdant…
Summer Road Biking in the Gorge
The Columbia River Gorge has the perfect ingredients for summertime road biking: lots of sunshine, little traffic and…
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Few places in the world have Oregon’s diversity and quality of angling. Salmon and halibut dominate our 363 miles of Pacific coastline, and salmon and steelhead run in major rivers in the central and eastern regions of the state. We’ve got countless smaller streams and reservoirs teeming with trout and panfish. You’ll get hooked on Oregon fishing, which makes another great excuse for camping, boating and visiting our parks.
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Home to more than 500 bird species, Oregon also hosts thousands of birds during fall and spring migration season.
Oregon's campgrounds and parks offer the perfect setting for an afternoon of boating with your friends, or a weekend family reunion.
Whether you’re into road biking, mountain biking or in-town cruising, Oregon has the trails and bike paths to suit your cycling.
With legendary waters inhabited by celebrated fish, your days reminiscing about the “one that got away” might be over in Oregon.
Picking your tee time is the easy part. Choosing among our many great courses is the real challenge.
Guides & Charters
Leave your itinerary up to the experts, and take one of Oregon's charter trips or group tours.
With mountain ranges, national forests, rocky coasts and high desert, Oregon offers all kinds of wilderness for hiking.
Oregon’s indoor sports and activities offer all levels of competition …
View the mountains and learn about Oregon's rich history while experiencing hair-raising 360-degree spins on a jet-boat.
White water kayakers come from around the world to paddle Oregon's rapids.
Your guide to world-class golfing, cycling, skiing, windsurfing and just about anything else-ing around the state.
Oregon's mighty rivers — including many designated Wild and Scenic — offer miles of thrills and spills.
Oregon’s ski areas offer a huge range of skiing and snowboarding fun!
Lighten your travel footprint with Oregon's thriving geotourism and sustainable travel industry offerings.