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The Oregon Directory


These links are provided as a public service to serve as a portal for all the information you could want about the state of Oregon and its communities.  This page can be as good as you want it to be.  We will constantly be updating our page, and trying to keep our links current, but we could sure use some help!  If you come across a good site regarding Oregon, please e-mail it to us and we'll consider it for inclusion on our site!  Also, if you notice a subject we left out, or a link that is broken, drop us a line and we will rectify the situation immediately!  Thank you for your help, and we hope this page was useful to you!

To navigate this page, either click one of the heading links in the table below, or simply scroll down the page.  For more detailed information about Oregon, please check out:


 

Portland - Specific Information, photos, and links about the Portland Metropolitan Area.

Oregon Photos - Photographs of Oregon and our experiences there.

Vancouver - Learn more about the other part of the Portland-Vancouver area.  Our Hometown.

Mountaineering - Links and information about the Cascades, Siskiyous, Rockies, and Coast Range.  

Scuba - Links and information about Scuba Diving in the Northwest. 

Golf - Links and information about Golf in the Northwest. 


Oregon Guides Oregon Wine & Beer Oregon Visitors Centers
Central Oregon  Columbia River Gorge Oregon Coast
Eastern Oregon Portland Metro Area Southern Oregon
Willamette Valley   Oregon Schools

 

 

 


Oregon Guides

General information about Oregon, including dining, recreation, entertainment, sights and attractions, people, and misc. facts and figures.


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Oregon Wine & Beer

Oregon is considered by many to be the beer capital of the United States, and also is very popular for their excellent wineries.  Follow these links to find out about wine and beer in the Northwest!


Oregon Wine

Oregon Beer

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Oregon Visitors Centers

These sites offer lots of information about sights, attractions, dining, recreation and other activities in their area of operation.


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Central Oregon

Information about Redmond/Bend, Sisters and the Central Oregon Area, including the Cascade Mountains.


Sisters

Bend

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Columbia River Gorge

The Columbia River Gorge Scenic Area is considered by many to be the Windsurfing Capital of the United States, and is renowned for its majestic beauty on both the Washington and Oregon sides of the river.  These links will direct you to lodging, sightseeing, and recreational activities in the Gorge, including the cities of Hood River and The Dalles.


Hood River

The Dalles

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Oregon Coast

Few places in America can match the awesome views of the powerful Pacific along the Oregon Coast.  The citizens of Washington and Oregon flock to the Coast at all times of the year, surprisingly even in Winter, when the weather is really bad.  There is just nothing like watching a storm approach you over the Pacific, with the waves crashing against the rocky cliffs, sending mist and spray a hundred feet in the air...


Astoria

Bandon

Brookings

Cannon Beach

Coos Bay

Florence

Gold Beach

Lincoln City

Newport

Oakland

Seaside

Tillamook

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Eastern Oregon

It's hard to believe that this is the same state as Western Oregon.  Mostly desert, with little rainfall and much more extreme temperatures and snowfall than the west, Eastern Oregon has their own treats to offer...


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Portland Area

The largest city in Oregon, housing half of Oregon's population, Portland is a beautiful city.  The Willamette River runs through the middle, with the Columbia River seperating it from Vancouver, Washington, and Mt. Hood looming to the East.  For much more detailed information about Portland and the surrounding area, including the Cascades, please visit our Portland page!


Mt. Hood

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Southern Oregon

Southern Oregon is largely undeveloped with the Siskiyou mountain range seperating Oregon from California, and the majority of the South consisting of forested lands.  We haven't visited Southern Oregon too often, but when we did, we were struck by its beauty.  All the cities were nestled in forest, secluded from the rest of the world.  Very Beautiful.


Ashland

Grants Pass

Jacksonville

Klamath Falls

Mt. Ashland & Siskiyous

Medford

Roseburg

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Willamette Valley

The Willamette Valley is home to most of the population of Oregon, with the fertile soil along the Willamette River providing a perfect spot for homesteading in the pioneer days, and the Cascade Mountains to the East and the Coast Range to the West providing shelter from the harsh winters.  The largest cities in Oregon, Portland and Eugene, are here, as are the University of Oregon (Eugene), Oregon State University (Corvallis), Oregon Health Sciences University (Portland), and the capital of Oregon, Salem.


Albany

Corvallis

Eugene

Salem

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Oregon Schools

Oregon Schools have been consistently hurt by voter tax cuts, resulting in less pay for teachers, less staff, less money for computers and books, and larger class sizes.  They are trying to make a recovery from the latest string of cuts, but progress is slow.  Many of the colleges and universities offer a reciprocity agreement with Washington and Idaho, which allows residents of those states to attend school in Oregon while paying in-state tuition (rather than outrageous out-of-state costs).


Oregon Elementary & Secondary Schools - Public

Oregon Elementary & Secondary Schools - Nonpublic

Oregon Community Colleges

Oregon Colleges & Universities - Public

Oregon Colleges & Universities - Nonpublic

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