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Travel Oregon  From suggestions on places to go in Oregon and things to do in Oregon to places to stay in Oregon and where to eat -- and, of course, our abundant outdoor recreation -- you're cordially invited to roam TravelOregon.com. Order your Oregon travel guides and enjoy TravelOregon, the complete source of Oregon travel and vacation information.
 
Oregon State Parks  Hundreds of day-use and overnight parks with jaw-dropping views offer a perfect recipe for an exciting getaway. Check out the rustic cabins and yurts!
 
Cycle Oregon Cycle Oregon is a non-profit organization dedicated to bicycling enjoyment, safety and education. All proceeds from the rides go to the Cycle Oregon Fund at the Oregon Community Foundation which helps preserve and protect the special places of Oregon and supports community development projects in the regions through which we ride.
 
Order Free Oregon Travel Guides and ODOT Maps  Want to know more about Oregon? Fill out a quick and easy form and before you know it, you'll be on your way.
 
 
TripCheck - ODOT
 
At ODOT's Web site visitors can map their travel, plan their trip around the weather, visit the travel center and choose their transportation options. Welcome to TripCheck!
 
GoSeeOregon.com Read tips and recommendations about places to go and things to do in Oregon from travelers like you.
 
 
 
 
 
REGIONAL INFORMATION (arranged alphabetically)
 
Central Oregon  Dry climate and sunny skies make the high desert a playground for skiing, fly fishing, rock climbing, hiking, biking, rafting and golf. Visit TravelOregon.com or the Central Oregon Visitor's Association for more information.
 
Eastern Oregon  From cavernous Hells Canyon to lofty Steens Mountain and wagon ruts along the Oregon Trail, Eastern Oregon boasts extraordinary spectacles. Visit TravelOregon.com or the Eastern Oregon Visitor's Association for more information.
 
Mt. Hood/Columbia River Gorge  The snow capped peak of Mt. Hood rises above fruit orchards in the Gorge; enjoy skiing, hiking, windsurfing and kite boarding within an hour of Portland. Visit TravelOregon.com or www.mthoodcolumbiagorge.com for more information.
 
Oregon Coast  Nearly 400 miles of public coastline are dotted with historic lighthouses, sleepy fishing villages and dramatic scenery. Visit TravelOregon.com or the Oregon Coast Visitor's Association for more information.
 
Portland Metro  Abundant bridges, parks and gardens, cultural attractions, restaurants and craft breweries, make the "City of Roses" one of the most "livable cities." Check out TravelOregon.com or the Portland Oregon Visitor's Association for more information.
 
Southern Oregon Wildlife and nightlife share space in this diverse region prized with a temperate climate, thriving arts and phenomenal Crater Lake. Visit TravelOregon.com or the Southern Oregon Visitor's Association for more information.
 
State Welcome and Visitor Centers Oregon maintains nine staffed travel information centers throughout the state. Visit TravelOregon.com for more information.
 
Willamette Valley This fertile valley lures visitors with a bounty of fruit, nuts and wine. Historic towns and covered bridges beckon exploration. Visit TravelOregon.com or the Willamette Valley Visitor's Association for more information.
 
 
 
 
 
OTHER RESOURCES  (arranged alphabetically)
 
Aquarium The Oregon Coast Aquarium offers fun and interesting ways to learn about Oregon's unique coastal ecosystem. It's dedicated to teaching marine wildlife and ocean preservation through responsible management and exhibition of marine life. See, touch, learn and discover and have an adventure you'll never forget.
 
Forests The Forest Service was established in 1905 and is an agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The Forest Service manages public lands in national forests and grasslands, which encompass 193 million acres. Visit this site to find information about Oregon's national forests.
 
Historic Oregon City
 
Visiting Historic Oregon City provides you with a variety of different opportunities depending on your interests and schedules. You can learn more about Clackamas County history, heritage houses and the Oregon Trail with help from the visitor Center's friendly staff and informational brochure available for free.
 
National Parks in Oregon 
The National Park Service offers a comprehensive search tool on their Web site. Type in the name of an Oregon park and it will direct you to various links with lots of information. Find out directions, operating hours, fees, reservation requirements and more all with a few clicks of your mouse.
 
Oregon Museum of Science & Industry 
Founded in 1944 and one of the nation's top ten science museums, the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry is a world-class tourist attraction and educational resource that puts the "WOW!" in science for the kid in each of us.
 
Zoo In 1887, Richard Knight, a local pharmacist who collected animals as a hobby, officially presented his menagerie to the city and the oldest zoo west of the Mississippi was created. The Oregon Zoo is home to animals from all corners of the world and encourages visitors to understand and experience the natural world. Come and visit!
 
 
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