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Oregon’s incredible landscapes are still here and tourism business are open for visitors. Across Oregon, counties are following the governor's framework for a phased reopening in response to COVID-19. These guidelines are regularly updated and include physical distancing, sanitation and face coverings required statewide in both indoor public spaces and outdoor spaces where physical distance cannot be maintained. Visit for up-to-date information and to access resources you need to make informed travel decisions when it comes to COVID-19. Plan ahead, be flexible and keep dreaming about your future trip in Oregon — there’s so much to explore, do it safely.
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The Oregon Coast: 363 miles of wide open wonders to hike, bike, paddle & explore

The Oregon Coast is the People's Coast, designated as publicly owned by you and everyone else since 1967. That means 363 miles of uncrowded beaches, craggy tide pools, secret sea caves and scenic fishing ports are yours to discover. End your day at an outdoor crab shack then rest your head in one of our small coastal towns, brimming with character.

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The Willamette Valley: World-class wine, craft beer and inviting back roads

Situated only a thirty miles from the hustle and bustle of Portland, the Willamette Valley seems like a world away - back roads beckon you to explore lush rolling hills. The Willamette Valley offers the perfect growing environment for produce of all sorts, but we are well-known for the Pinot noir wine grape. From wine to waterfalls, find out more about what the Willamette Valley has to offer.

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Visit Central Oregon: An outdoor + culinary wonderland

Central Oregon is the Pacific Northwest's top outdoor wonderland. The sunny high desert landscape unfolds to the east of the Cascade Mountains illuminating the communities of Bend, Sunriver, Sisters, Redmond, Prineville, La Pine, Warm Springs, Madras and Maupin. Revel in alpine lakes, pristine rivers, forested trails, tall pines and wide-open spaces. Indulge in innovative food and drink, try new activities, and wind down at night in luxury lodging.

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Baker County: Eastern Oregon's premier destination for outdoor adventure

If your next getaway is all about wide open spaces, and spectacular scenery while exploring the great outdoors, you'll find it all in Baker County Oregon. Mountain biking or skiing in the Elkhorns, hiking in the Wallowas or riding jet boats in Hells Canyon, you can do it all in Baker County.

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Helping you plan your next trip

Whether you're planning an epic road trip or seeking a hideaway to escape it all, the Travel Oregon Official Visitor Guide includes everything you need to plan your trip here and see Oregon's magic come to life.

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