The Coast. Nearly 400 miles of Oregon's beaches and dunes are all open to the public. The spectacular coastline includes Heceta Head Lighthouse, America's most photographed lighthouse. For more information visit www.visit theoregoncoast.com.
Portland. Downtown Portland boasts an outstanding collection of cast-iron and terracotta architecture, a nationally acclaimed art museum and a vibrant culinary community. For more information visit www.travelportland.com.
Mt. Hood/Columbia River Gorge. Mt. Hood, the tallest of Oregon's Cascade peaks, stands watch over the awe-inspiring Columbia River Gorge. The often-photographed glacier-glazed peak is home to year-round skiing and snowboarding. For more information visit www.mthoodterritory.com.
Willamette Valley. Flanked by the Coast Range and the Cascades, this scenic valley is best known for its quality fruits, flowers, herbs, Christmas trees and increasingly for its wine. For more information visit www.oregon winecountry.org.
Central Oregon. Central Oregon's high desert landscape offers almost constant views of snowcapped Cascade peaks and features geologic marvels such as Smith Rock State Park, Newberry National Volcanic Monument and several Lava Lands attractions. For more information check out www.VisitCentralOregon.com.
Eastern Oregon. This vast region includes Hell's Canyon, the deepest river gorge in North America, and the pristine Eagle Cap Wilderness. For more information visit www.eova.com.
For information on planning a great Oregon vacation, visit www.TravelOregon.com.