Regional Cooperative Tourism Program
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Seven Regional Destination Management Organizations (RDMOs) recognized by Travel Oregon develop and submit regional plan proposals for use of state dollars.
Each RDMO develops and enacts a two-year tourism destination management plan that involves the input of regional tourism stakeholders and Travel Oregon.
100 percent of Regional Cooperative Tourism Program (RCTP) funds must be used toward programs or projects that are in alignment with Travel Oregon’s Strategic Plan.
View your region’s plan below. If you’re uncertain which tourism region your town falls under, search with your zipcode.
Learn more about the Regional Cooperative Tourism Program & Guidelines.
Regional Cooperative Tourism Program In Oregon
Travel Oregon convenes an in-person meeting with all seven Regional Destination Marketing Organizations in conjunction with the Oregon Tourism Commission…
The tourism region of Central Oregon lies on the eastern side of Oregon’s Cascade Mountains, consisting of Deschutes, Jefferson, Crook…
The tourism region of Eastern Oregon represents nearly of one-third of the State of Oregon and includes the following 11…
The Portland Region represents Clackamas County (portions of), Columbia County, Multnomah County (portions of), and Washington County. Travel Portland has…
The tourism region of Mt. Hood & Columbia River Gorge consists of portions of Multnomah, Wasco and Clackamas Counties, and…
The tourism region of Southern Oregon consists of the following counties: Douglas (except coastal portion); Josephine; Jackson; Klamath; and Lake.…
The tourism region of Oregon Coast includes the 7 counties of Clatsop, Tillamook, Lincoln, Coos, Curry and the coastal portions…
The tourism region of Willamette Valley includes Benton, Linn, Marion, Polk, Yamhill and portions of Clackamas and Lane counties. The…
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