STAY & SAVOR: CENTRAL OREGON
Award-winning Northwest cuisine, recreation and luxury escapes await under Central Oregon's wide-open, sunny skies.
VIEW | BOUNTIFUL WATERS The race for Dungeness crab, the most valuable catch on the West Coast, kicks-off the first of December, when the days are short, dark and rainy. Out at sea, the wind and water is unpredictable and unruly. The working conditions demand a hardy spirit and a sense of adventure.
VIEW | REDISCOVER CENTRAL OREGON Accolades from the national press consistently rank Central Oregon as "One of the top US destinations for world-class golf, skiing, biking and where to retire". Culturally transformed in the past decade, Bend offers gourmet dining, arts, theatre, classy resorts, four-star luxury hotels and the biggest selection of micro-brewed beer on the West Coast - all to complement a host of outdoor recreational adventures.
VIEW | STAY & SAVOR: NEWPORT No matter where you go in Newport and the historic Nye Beach, your senses will be enchanted by the sea. A trip is not complete without visiting the Newport Bayfront and sampling the bountiful ocean-to-plate cuisine.
VIEW | YAMHILL WINE COUNTRY UNCORKED Just outside Portland, history is being made. The Pinot Noir
vines planted more than three decades ago by pioneers and renegades are now
producing world-renowned wines. What hasn’t changed is the nature of the wineries
and vineyards. The Willamette Valley and Yamhill Valley wine regions are still
home to artisan craft producers and family-owned and operated wineries and vineyards.
The journey is still on winding country roads sprinkled with bright red barns,
horse stables, ancient oak trees and hazelnut orchards.
VIEW | EXPLORING THE JEWELS OF ROGUE VALLEY With the beckoning call of the Rogue River winding through the landscape, the Rogue Valley offers vacationers a truly diverse experience – from the renowned Shakespeare and Britt Festivals, to luxurious inns, historical towns and over 60 boutique wineries.