Visit Eastern Oregon

There's More To Eastern Oregon

Visit a side of Oregon that offers more than you ever imagined. There are more roads to travel, more trails to trek, more rivers and lakes to kayak, canoe, or float. Enjoy the welcome of small towns and unexpected roadside attractions. Make friends in places you’ve never heard of before. Revel in the solitude and majesty of a landscape that is as overpowering as it is inviting. Where crashing rapids, chirping birds, howling coyotes, and desert winds are somehow peaceful. Whether it’s your first time to Eastern Oregon or a return visit, you are always welcome to experience more.

Wildhorse Lake

SOUTHEAST OREGON

4 People sitting on bench looking out at the Painted Hills

JOHN DAY RIVER TERRITORY

OREGON'S RUGGED COUNTRY

Northeast Oregon

NORTHEAST OREGON

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WHERE TRIBAL STORIES COME TO LIFE

Tamástslikt Cultural Institute narrates the past, present and future. There is a campfire glowing. It’s pitch dark but for the stars in the sky. A warm voice speaks: “Coyote went to sleep....

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Photo: Banner – Eric Valentine / Southeast Oregon- David Jensen/ Oregon’s Rugged Country- Joni Kabana / John Day River Territory – Alex Jordan