Welcome to Travel Oregon.

Tourism in Oregon is an $11.3 billion industry. Our industry directly generates more than 109,500 jobs in Oregon – with secondary impacts that create another 56,900 jobs. As a key driver in Oregon’s economy, what you do every day to support tourism matters. Together, we can do something even greater. Whether it’s timely research, tourism planning tools, or inspiration for your next marketing campaign, our aim is to provide resources to support the work that you do. Learn more about Travel Oregon and let us know how we’re doing. We’d love to hear from you.

About the Video: Front Page News, a nationally broadcast television producer specializing in thirty minute and short-form Public Television stories highlighting specific industries and topics, spent some time in Oregon this fall. They produced a video with Travel Oregon CEO, Todd Davidson, showcasing the economic impact and the health benefits of travel and tourism.


Spring Campaign Toolkit

The aptly named “Only Slightly Exaggerated” campaign is a fanciful cinematic animation of Oregon’s majestic and diverse natural features and range of outdoor adventures.

Attend a Listening Session

Travel Oregon, in partnership with Oregon’s seven RDMOs, invites you to join one of 10 Oregon Tourism Listening Sessions across the state this spring.

Fulfillment RFP Opportunity

Travel Oregon is soliciting proposals from qualified firms to provide printed travel guide fulfillment and assistance to travelers.

Proposals are due April 27, 2018.

News and Press

  1. Travel Oregon Awards Funding to Eight Wine and Culinary Tourism Projects

    Travel Oregon is pleased to announce that eight projects have been awarded a total of $184,200 in grant funding through…

  2. CurryPilot.com: “New Tourism Board Underway in Region”

    Travel Southern Oregon Coast (TSOC) began in 2014 as an effort between Coos County and Bandon Dunes Golf Course and…

  3. Oregon Parks and Recreation Department Now Accepting Applications for Recreational Trail Program Grants

    Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) has opened the grant cycle for the 2018 Recreational Trails Program (RTP). More than…