Central Oregon

  1. New Visitor Research

    Travel Oregon has released the Longwoods Visitor Profile Study for 2015. The study provides estimates of visitors’ activities, regional visitation…

  2. Request for Qualifications – Regional Destination Management Organizations

    The Oregon Tourism Commission (OTC), doing business as Travel Oregon, is a semi-independent agency created by the Oregon Legislature in…

  3. StatesmanJournal.com, “Oregon’s beauty brings record crowds…again”

    The record-breaking number of visitors to destinations like The Columbia Gorge, Oregon Coast, Crater Lake National Park and John Day Fossil Beds…

  4. TheRinger.com, “Loved to Death: How Instagram Is Destroying Our Natural Wonders”

    “Geotagging technology shows us where we are, no matter the destination. But the more we discover (and the more photos…

  5. Business Oregon Offers Export Promotion Grant Funds

    Oregon’s Export Promotion Program has funds available to assist Oregon small businesses seeking to begin or grow international sales. Funded…

  6. Japanese Kawaii Cooking Video Campaign

    The cute “kawaii” cooking method has become a viral video sensation in Japan. Now, Travel Oregon is sharing the state’s…

  7. For Oregon’s Recreation Economy, A Watershed Moment

    In its October issue, Oregon Business Magazine takes a closer look at the state’s outdoor recreation industry and how recreation-based…

  8. Cosmopolitan.com, “Where to Vacation With Your BFFs in Every State”

    Sisters, Suttle Lodge and Sunriver Resort are number 37 on a list of the best places to get away on…

  9. Top-Tier Media Travel State on Pre-Feast Trips

    As part of its Feast Portland sponsorship, Travel Oregon, in partnership with the Central Oregon Visitors Association, Mt. Hood/The Gorge,…

  10. Vogue.com, “Why You Should Land in Portland and Then Visit Central and Northeast Oregon Instead”

    A feature by Kate Donnelly on Vogue.com about where to stay, what to eat and what to do in Sisters,…

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