Welcome to Travel Oregon.

Tourism in Oregon is a $10.8 billion industry. Our industry directly generates more than 105,000 jobs in Oregon – with secondary impacts that create another 54,800 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. We’d love to hear from you; let us know how we’re doing.

About the Video: The Faces of Travel & Tourism video series showcases individuals across the state to tell their story of the power of Oregon’s travel and tourism industry. Paul Arentsen of Winding Waters River Expeditions and Maria Ponzi of Ponzi Vineyards share their stories with us.

We Like it Here Campaign Toolkit

Our Spring campaign will inspire travelers to experience sites across all of Oregon. See how to leverage Travel Oregon’s assets for your own marketing efforts.

Comment Period Open on 2017-2019 Draft Strategic Plan

Travel Oregon’s Draft Strategic Plan is now available for your review. This biennial strategic plan was developed with extensive input from Oregon’s travel and tourism industry. The plan is relevant to everyone even tangentially engaged in the travel and tourism industry. Please submit feedback online by 5 p.m. on Monday, May 1, 2017.

Governor’s Conference on Tourism

This year’s conference provides three days of networking, immersion in the travel and tourism industry and the sharing of best practices. We look forward to seeing you May 10-12 in Salem for Oregon’s premier travel and tourism event.

News and Press

  1. Travel Oregon Opens Comment Period on 2017-2019 Draft Strategic Plan

    Travel Oregon’s 2017-2019 Draft Strategic Plan is now available for your review. The plan is available by clicking here. This…

  2. Oregon Outdoor Recreation Initiative – Improving the Lives of Oregonians through Outdoor Recreation

    Do you own or work for an outdoor recreation business? Are you a frequent user of public lands for hiking,…

  3. TravelAndLeisure.com, “Road-tripping Through the New Oregon”

    Beer spas, nude hot springs, forest lodges and other wonders of an Oregon road trip. Read more here.

Upcoming Events

  1. Southern Oregon Coast Tourism Studio

    North Bend - Bandon - Charleston - Coos Bay, Ore.

  2. Umpqua Valley Rural Tourism Studio

    Canyonville & Roseburg, Ore.

  3. U.S. Travel Association Destination Capitol Hill

    Washington, D.C.