Oregon Coast

  1. Celebrate National Travel & Tourism Week

    The travel and tourism industry directly supports the livelihoods of more than 15 million Americans, including more than 109,000 Oregonians.…

  2. Travel Oregon Awards Funding to Eight Wine and Culinary Tourism Projects

    Travel Oregon is pleased to announce that eight projects have been awarded a total of $184,200 in grant funding through…

  3. CurryPilot.com: “New Tourism Board Underway in Region”

    Travel Southern Oregon Coast (TSOC) began in 2014 as an effort between Coos County and Bandon Dunes Golf Course and…

  4. Oregon Parks and Recreation Department Now Accepting Applications for Recreational Trail Program Grants

    Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) has opened the grant cycle for the 2018 Recreational Trails Program (RTP). More than…

  5. MarketingDive.com: “Travel Oregon looks to lure visitors with lushly animated ‘Only Slightly Exaggerated’ campaign”

    Marketing Dive shared Travel Oregon’s ‘Only Slightly Exaggerated’ campaign, noting tourism ad statistics. See the article here.

  6. AdAge.com: “Creativity Top 5 THE TOP 5 MOST CREATIVE BRAND IDEAS OF THE WEEK”

    Travel Oregon’s new spring campaign made it in AdAge’s top five most creative brand ideas of the week. See the…

  7. Media Coverage

    Since our spring campaign launch on Monday, March 12, we’ve seen many local and national publications talking about the ‘Only…

  8. Attend an Oregon Tourism Listening Session in Your Region

    Travel Oregon, in partnership with Oregon’s seven Regional Destination Management Organizations (RDMOs), invite you to join one of 10 Oregon Tourism…

  9. Last Call: Wildfire Travel Impacts Survey

    In an effort to assist in recovery and resiliency efforts for our partners following wildfires, Travel Oregon wants to know…

  10. Travel Oregon Campaign Takes Adventurers on a Cinematic Journey Through the State’s Outdoors

    The aptly named “Only Slightly Exaggerated” campaign is a fanciful, high-energy cinematic animation of Oregon’s majestic and diverse natural features…

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