Welcome to Travel Oregon.

Tourism in Oregon is an $12.3 billion industry. Our industry directly generates more than 115,400 jobs in Oregon – with secondary impacts that create another 60,000 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: To celebrate National Travel and Tourism Week, we asked the Oregon travel and tourism industry why travel matters to them, their business and their community. And they answered. View the video to learn why travel matters in Oregon. Video interviews took place at the Oregon Governor’s Conference on Tourism last month in Eugene. Please feel free to share this video on your website, on your social channels and in your newsletters throughout the year. 

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News and Press

  1. Help Us Celebrate Nine Years of Consecutive Tourism Growth During National Travel and Tourism Week

    Independent findings by Dean Runyan Associates indicate that travel-related spending throughout the state increased by $500 million (up 4.2%) over…

  2. Help Us Celebrate Nine Years of Consecutive Tourism Growth During National Travel and Tourism Week

    Independent findings by Dean Runyan Associates indicate that travel-related spending throughout the state increased by $500 million (up 4.2%) over…

  3. Five Projects Awarded Oregon Wine Country Plates Matching Grants

    Travel Oregon is pleased to announce that five projects have been awarded a total of $125,500 in grant funding through…