Travel Oregon’s first priority is the safety of our residents and visitors. As we navigate life through historic wildfires, we always recommend consulting official resources prior to traveling to ensure access to your destination is safe.
Wildfire ConditionsUpdated November 6, 2023
Like many states in the West, Oregon has seen an increase in the size of wildfires in recent years. While natural wildfires are a part of healthy forest ecosystems, uncontrolled wildfires caused by people can endanger lives, homes and vital natural resources.
Many wildfire-impacted areas remain closed, while others have reopened but still require caution when visiting. Here’s what you should know about visiting Oregon’s wildfire-impacted areas, and visiting during wildfire season in Oregon.
Stop into an Oregon Welcome Center to pick up a free, limited-edition Keep Oregon Green Field Notes memo book while supplies last. These pocket-sized notebooks feature vintage illustrations and simple tips to help curb wildfires caused by debris burning, campfires and vehicles.
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Oregon Welcome CentersUpdated July 11, 2023
Where can I find an Oregon Welcome Center?
Oregon’s Welcome Centers (Portland International Airport, Ashland, Brookings, Seaside, Ontario, Klamath Falls, Boardman and Oregon City) are available to assist visitors in person but please check hours before visiting, as some temporarily close during winter months.
Visitors may call 1.800.547.7842 to request information, submit travel questions to Ask Oregon or visit to talk to a friendly staff member and pick up a few travel guides for the region you’re visiting.
While supplies last, you can pick up a free, limited-edition Keep Oregon Green Field Notes memo book at Oregon Welcome Centers, and learn how to help curb wildfires caused by debris burning, campfires and vehicles.