Oregon GuideOregon is a state in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. It features rugged rocky coastlines, dense forests, fun cities, mountains, deep canyons, and desert in the southeastern part of the state. HotelsFind hotels in Portland, Gold Beach, Eugene, Ashland, Bend and more.
Popular in OregonPortlandFew American cities can match the youthful spirit of Portland, "The City of Roses". Gold BeachGold Beach is a city in Southern Oregon Coast. 28.1 miles from Brookings Oregon on highway 101 28.2 miles from Port Orford Think of downtown Gold Beach as the anti-mall. EugeneEugene is a city in Oregon at the southern end of the Willamette Valley that is best known for being the home of the University of Oregon.
In OregonWillamette ValleyThe Willamette Valley is a region of the U.S. state of Oregon. Centered around the Willamette River, and home to the state's three largest cities and much of the state's agriculture industry and the Oregon Wine Country. Oregon CoastThe Oregon Coast is the region in Oregon located along the Pacific coast. The Oregon Coast appears to be pristine but is actually one of the most intensively logged areas on Earth, and the impact of the timber industry on the coastal ecology is enormous. Southern OregonSouthern Oregon is in a region of Oregon south of the Willamette Valley, east of the Coast, but west of the arid Eastern Oregon region. Central OregonCentral Oregon is a region of Oregon. Cascade MountainsCascade Mountains is a region in Oregon. Great for horseback riding. You have wonderful views of mountains and lakes. Eastern OregonEastern Oregon is the eastern portion of Oregon which is arid and sparsely inhabited. Columbia GorgeColumbia Gorge is formed where the Columbia River cuts through the Cascade Mountain Range, 80 mile section of which is designated as a National Scenic Area.
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