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Oregon Regions

Central Oregon

Central Oregon is a place of mysterious beauty that people often believe only exists in the movies. However, it is a real place with real splendor. The region consists of three counties in Oregon: Deschutes, Jefferson and Crook. The land is flooded with geographical wonders as the sands of the Oregon High Desert gleam under the constant rays of sunshine. There are countless sights of volcanic rock formations that form colorful buttes and crystalline clear crater lakes…

Eastern Oregon

Eastern Oregon consists of 8 counties in which these main cities reside: Hermiston, John Day, Baker City, La Grande, Ontario, Pendleton, Fossil, Mitchell and Burns. Hermiston is the largest city in Eastern Oregon and thrives off of major trades such as farming, tourism, timber and warehousing…

Mt Hood Oregon

There’s plenty of sights to see in the great state of Oregon. If you’re searching for a starting point in your adventures, then look no further than the majestic Mt. Hood. This magnificent, natural landmark sits about 50 miles east of Portland. For those people that choose to fly to Portland from the east, Mt. Hood’s brilliant, white peak can be seen from the skies on a sunny day…

Columbia River Gorge

The Columbia River Gorge stretches an incredible 80 miles from east to west in the northwestern corner of Oregon. This stunning gorge houses the Columbia River which reaches depths as much as 4,000 feet! The views of the Gorge are unlike any other…

Oregon Coast

Stretching across a span of roughly 360 miles, the Oregon Coast is a spectacular place to see. The Oregon Coast is divided up in three separate regions: North Coast, Central Coast and South Coast. Massive sea cliffs overlook the ocean waters. The shores are dotted with rocky sands and large, unique stacks that have inspired many artists. Many of Oregon’s beaches consist only of stones and no sand.

Portland Oregon

Portland, Oregon sits at the northern part of the state at the head of the great Willamette Valley. It’s the largest city in the state of Oregon and the second largest city in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. The town emerged in the early 1800’s as folks ventured to the end of the Oregon Trail…

Southern Oregon

Southern Oregon is a special place. Tucked away in the lower portion of the state, you’ll find a gold mine of geological and natural treasures. There are caves that hold millions of years of handiwork design, beautiful waves of lavender fields, crystal clear lakes and the Southern Oregon Outback where wild horses love to roam…

Willamette Valley

While you’re visiting Oregon, you can’t leave without travelling through the great Willamette Valley. Stretching over 150 miles from the north to the south, this area or Oregon is known for its fruitful vineyards and incredible wineries. During the early 1800’s, Willamette Valley was once advertised as the “land of milk and honey” in order to draw settlers and pioneers to the area…