Oregon in the News

  1. Oregon Trail Lyft Promotion Goes Off Without a Hitch

    Last month, Travel Oregon partnered with Lyft and the Oregon Historical Society to bring mule-drawn covered wagon rides to the streets of…

  2. Forbes: “Dive Into Fall With A Trip To Oregon’s Pacific Coast”

    Follow Terri Colby’s fall trip along the Oregon Coast from Cannon Beach to Pacific City and everything in between. Ready…

  3. LATimes.com: “Find clams and crabs on the Oregon coast for a fresh meal”

    Rosemary McClure with the LA Times took to the Oregon Coast for a fresh meal. Read about her quest for crab along…

  4. USNews.com: “Free Wagon Rides in Portland to Celebrate the Oregon Trail”

    Travel Oregon and Lyft partner to commemorate the 175th anniversary of the Oregon Trail by offering wagon rides in downtown…

  5. Theworldlink.com: “Coos County awarded $150,000 in funding for Whiskey Run Mountain Biking Trail”

    Coos County received a $100,000 grant from Travel Oregon and a $50,000 match from Travel Southern Oregon Coast. The funds…

  6. The Observer: “Liberty Theatre receives $100,000 grant from Travel Oregon”

    The Liberty Theatre in La Grande received a $100,000 grant from Travel Oregon to help restore the old theatre. Read…

  7. ChicagoTribune.com: “Following in footsteps — or wagon ruts — of American history on Oregon Trail”

    Terri Colby visited Oregon to learn more about The Oregon Trail. Read about her journey, here.

  8. OregonLive.com: “Where in the world do Oregon tourists come from? Here are the top 12 places”

    New data shows nearly 30 million overnight visitors came to Oregon in 2017 making it the eighth consecutive year Oregon…

  9. KTVZ.com: “Oregon’s tourism industry continues to grow”

    KTVZ.com joined 500 tourism industry partners at the Oregon Governor’s Conference on Tourism in Bend. Read more, here.

  10. BendBulletin.com: “Visitors spend $903 million in Central Oregon”

    Central Oregon is the fifth most-visited location in Oregon. Read more about visitor spending in Central Oregon, here.

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