Outdoor Recreation in Oregon
- Camping in Oregon (0)
- Hiking & Trails in Oregon (10)
- Hunting Guides & Outfitters
- Parks & Forests in Oregon
- Rafting and Paddling in Oregon (0)
- Skiing in Oregon (0)
- Windsurfing on the Columbia Go (6)
- Winter Recreation in Oregon (8)
Columbia River Gorge - Outdoor Activities on the Oregon Side
Hiking, biking, kayaking, and windsurfing are among your Columbia River Gorge outdoor recreation options on the Oregon side of the Columbia River.
Recreation Passes for Pacific Northwest Parks and Forests
Information about the different types of annual recreation passes available for Pacific Northwest parks and forests.
Eugene Outdoor Activities
Find out about the active opportunities in the parks, gardens, and recreation trails in Eugene, Oregon.
Hood River Outdoor Recreation
Learn more about windsurfing, hiking, biking, and other outdoor recreation in Hood River and the Columbia River Gorge.
Hillsboro Park and Outdoor Activities
Park, wildlife refuges, recreation trails, and golf courses and just some of the places to enjoy spending time outdoors in and around Hillsboro, Oregon.
Newport Outdoor Recreation
Find out more about your outdoor recreation opportunities in Newport, on the Oregon coast.
Summer at Pacific Northwest Ski Resorts
The summer offers abundant recreation opportunities at Pacific Northwest ski resorts, including hiking and mountain biking.
Beachcombing for Glass Floats
Glass floats from Japanese and Chinese ships can still be found along Pacific beaches. This site provides thorough information and photographs for this type of treasure hunting.
Hood To Coast Relay
Held in late August, the Nike Hood To Coast Relay is one of the longest running races in the world, covering almost 200 miles along a scenic Oregon route. The event is open to runners and walkers.
Calendar, trail maps, current condition, and rate information for downhill and cross country skiing at Mt. Bachelor.
Route guides, web cams, weather, and guide information for this rock climbing mecca in Central Oregon.
Whale Watching on the Oregon Coast
The Oregon Parks & Recreation web site provides excellent information about whale watching on the Oregon Coast, as well as information for the 3 annual Whale Watch Weeks.