Oregon in the News

  1. NYTimes.com, “The Remote Oregon Town to Try Next”

    An article by Freda Moon describes the beauty Eastern Oregon offers. Read the article, here.

  2. Bloomberg.com, “A Tiny Oregon Town is Prepping to Be Ground Zero for Eclipse Tourism”

    Bloomberg.com includes  an article about the eclipse and the crowds expected to descend on the Madras area,  “A Tiny Oregon Town…

  3. OregonLive.com, “Eclipse brings optimism and entrepreneurship in rural Oregon”

    “Madras expects as many as 100,000 skywatchers to pack into the city and its immediate surroundings Aug. 21 when the…

  4. Localadventurer.com, “The Ultimate Guide to the Painted Hills Oregon”

    Adventurers, Esther and Jacob, share tips on where to stay, what to eat and how to capture the best photo…

  5. Bendbulletin.com, “A backcountry mountain bike route across Oregon”

    Oregon is now home to a 670-mile route of bike trails. The Oregon Timber Trail launched this spring. Read more about…

  6. Oregon Designates Sherar’s Falls Scenic Bikeway in John Day River Territory

    Salem, Ore. – June 14, 2017 – Oregon’s newest Scenic Bikeway traverses the strikingly scenic high desert canyon of north central…

  7. Forbes.com, “Rural Luxuries Along Oregon’s South Coast”

    Amber Gibson highlights some of her favorite rustic, but comfortable hidden gems along Oregon’s South Coast. Read the full article…

  8. LaTimes.com, “One bad experience and I was ready to turn my back on the Oregon coast. But that was before James Beard taught me to love it.”

    An article by Kathleen Squires detailing how she used James Beard’s memoir “Delights and Prejudices” as a culinary map to guide…

  9. Ready, Set, GOrge! Campaign to Promote Safe, Fun, Sustainable Travel to the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area

    HOOD RIVER, Ore. (May 26, 2017) – A team of government and non-government entities have teamed up to launch helpful…

  10. KATU.com, “KATU Summer Guide: Let Oregon’s lighthouses guide you to enlightenment”

    Eleven lighthouses dot the entire length of Oregon’s Coast, and each has its own history, character and lore. Read more.

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