See Oregon in 360 Degrees
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 pretty far from ordinary. We have amazing sand dunes, fishing, wineries, bike trails and stargazing spots all in one one-of-a-kind state.
Now we even have our very own salmon tour guide to show you around through these 360-degree videos.
And when you’re feeling so inspired that you just have to come see it all for yourself, the trip ideas below will help get you started planning your own one-of-a-kind Oregon trip.
Or if you want the trip planned for you, enter to win a special fly fishing getaway in Central Oregon.
A Really, Really Big Coastline
This otherworldly landscape of shifting sands has many secrets to uncover.
(Photo credit: Greg Vaughn)
Take it from an expert, there are a lot of picture-perfect hikes along the Oregon Coast.
Dust off your sense of adventure with a road trip down the Pacific Coast Scenic Byway.
(Photo credit: Clayton Cotterell)
The Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area is a timeless treasure with plenty of room to play.
Some Pretty Distracting Rivers
For Oregon anglers, spring snowmelt is spelled c-h-i-n-o-o-k.
(Photo credit: Uncage the Soul Productions)
The North Umpqua River is one of the best streams to fly-fish for salmon and steelhead.
(Photo credit: Darcy Bacha)
Pack up rods and bicycles for a two-in-one adventure in this tiny Central Oregon river town.
(Photo credit: Russ Roca)
Enough Wine to Make You Feel Like an Expert
Next-generation Willamette Valley vintners carry on the unpretentious, collective spirit of their pioneering parents.
(Photo credit: Andréa Johnson)
A growing number of winemakers in Oregon are certified Biodynamic.
(Photo credit: Drew Kelly)
Wine is such a big deal in Oregon that we have an entire month dedicated to it.
Eugene wine tasting is a little country, a little city and a lot of fun.
(Photo credit: Eugene, Cascades & Coast)
Bike Rides That’ll Make Your Car Jealous
We have everything you need to know about biking in the Beaver State.
(Photo credit: Tyler Roemer)
Do you prefer quiet back roads or backcountry bumps? In Eastern Oregon you can have both.
When it comes to bikes and beer, Portland is the land of plenty.
(Photo credit: Leah Nash)
A top choice for mountain biking is Post Canyon, located southwest of Hood River.
(Photo credit: Jason Hudson)
Stargazing Isn’t Just for Night Owls
Remote areas of Oregon offer some of the darkest skies in North America.
(Photo credit: Ben Canales)
A new state park is the perfect place to get away from it all and soak up the skies.
(Photo credit: Jeff Clark/BLM)
The night sky draws hundreds of stargazers to remote parts of Oregon.