Discover the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway in Klamath, Oregon

Meet me to explore! Immerse yourself in the geologic and volcanic history on the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway. From Crater Lake National Park, the deepest lake in the US, to discovering the multitude of caves at the Lava Beds National Monument, to the vast geologic beauty of Lassen Volcanic National Park – you will be astounded!

Oregon Unexpected

This is your vacation destination for discovery. Revel in over 300 days of sunshine a year as you take in Klamath’s cultural history and beautiful, authentic nature experiences. Hike at Crater Lake National Park, home of the deepest blue water in America. Explore some of the 700 caves at the Lava Beds National Monument. Golf Oregon’s only Arnold Palmer Signature Course at Running Y Ranch Resort. You’ll be surprised at how much there is to see and do!

Art & Culture in Eastern Oregon

Some people think you can only find arts and culture in big cities. In Eastern Oregon we think that those people need to get out of their big cities more often! Tucked away in the far Northeastern corner of Oregon you’ll find an itinerary that leads you through sweeping landscapes, while scouting out unique local art galleries, wonderful events, and taking home a piece of Eastern Oregon. Visit: Northeast Oregon Arts Trail –  Plan your Eastern Oregon trip today!

The Chateau at the Oregon Caves

Welcome to the Chateau at the Oregon Caves, where the genuine Oregon experience awaits you: “A cool cave with a warm hearth.” The season runs May 5, 2016 until November 6, 2016. Come and step back in time with a relaxing stay at one of the Great Lodges of the National Parks. Unwind and get away from it all in one of the Chateau’s comfortable rooms. Enjoy a meal in the Chateau’s cozy dining room featuring a menu of local meats, wines, and micro-brews.

Explore Eugene, Cascades & Coast of Oregon!

Spend pleasant days traversing serene pastoral byways. Visit over a dozen award-winning wineries on the Territorial Wine Trail, along the scenic stretch from just north of Eugene to Cottage Grove. Known as the “Covered Bridge Capital of the West,” Cottage Grove invites you to walk, drive or pedal through six historic covered bridges.