As Oregon is so large and diverse at more than 360 miles long and 400 miles wide, it’s often divided up into seven different regions to make it easier to navigate. As you’re probably aware, the state sits on the west coast, sandwiched between California and Oregon, while Idaho lies to the east and Nevada to the south-east. Visitors can enjoy seaside towns along the Pacific, the dramatic Cascade Mountains with many alpine lakes, rushing rivers, high desert, valleys, cities, and much more.
15 Things To Do in Central Oregon
Central Oregon is the fastest growing region of Oregon and the perfect year round travel…