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.

Travel Oregon 2015-2017 Strategic Plan

Learn how Travel Oregon’s key strategies and targeted outcomes are engaging explorers. Read the strategic plan – the foundation for all Travel Oregon initiatives – which is updated biennially.

Winter Campaign Toolkit

This winter, we’ll celebrate the unexpected opportunity in all of our weather elements, with the honesty and understated cool that Oregon is known for. See how to leverage Travel Oregon’s assets for your own marketing efforts.

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. WWeek.com, “Move Over PCT: You’ll Soon Be Able to Mountain Bike From Washington to California”

    The Oregon Timber Trail won’t launch until this spring, but it’s okay to start planning your trip now. Read more…

  2. Join Travel Oregon And SOLVE For Valentine’s Day River Cleanup

    PORTLAND, Ore. — Feb. 2, 2017— The Oregon Tourism Commission, dba Travel Oregon, and SOLVE are celebrating Oregon’s 158th birthday…

  3. OregonLive.com, “‘Bizarre Foods’ visits Oregon, for Pacific lampreys and edible barnacles”

    For the new season of Travel Channel’s “Bizarre Foods,” host Andrew Zimmern embarks on a cross-country trip that begins in…

Upcoming Events

  1. Southern Oregon Coast Tourism Studio

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

  2. Go West Summit

    Reno/Tahoe, Nev.

  3. Conversation with Funders

    Medford, Ore.