Oregon Mural Trail 

The Oregon Mural Trail was developed to inspire Oregonians and visitors to get outside and experience the natural wonders of Oregon, create a sense of community pride, and contribute to local arts and culture initiatives. 
To kick off the Mural Trail, local events took place in Roseburg, Prineville, Oakridge, The Dalles and Ontario celebrating the new regional art. The mural celebration events included ribbon cuttings, and speeches from local stakeholders. We encourage visitors to take photos and share with the hashtag #OregonisMagic, because sharing the beauty of these communities with visitors is what makes Oregon magic. The trail continues with murals coming to Forest Grove and Yachats soon.
In addition to the Oregon Mural Trail, the Fall marketing campaign toolkit has been developed to leverage the latest regional campaign artwork. 
Click here to learn how your business or community can leverage the campaign. 

OregonMade Creative Foundation Offers Film Grant 

The OregonMade Foundation (OMCF) is accepting applications for its Oregon's Magical Winter Season grant, a partnership between Oregon Film and Travel Oregon. This is the first of an ongoing series of grant opportunities offered through the OregonMade Foundation that aim to support local content creators who are producing high-quality, innovative multimedia content about Oregon that inspires travel to and around the state.  
The Winter Season grant will award a local filmmaker $15,000 to create a short film series of moving “postcard stories” that will captivate and encourage people to experience the winter season for themselves. A review committee of representatives from Oregon Film, Travel Oregon and other industry members will review applications and award one finalist. Please share this opportunity with industry partners and media in your networks. 
Apply for Oregon's Magical Winter Season grant by Nov. 2, 2018.

2019 Go West Summit 

The Go West Summit introduces the world’s top international tour operators to specialty suppliers who offer tourism-related products or services in the American West.  
Go West gives suppliers the opportunity to meet directly with tour operators, receptive tour operators, and other travel buyers in one-on-one business appointments and establish relationships with buyers from multiple international markets. 
Register for the upcoming summit, Feb. 25-28, 2019 in Boise, ID. For more information, visit: https://www.gowestsummit.com/

2017-2018 Travel Oregon Annual Report

Travel Oregon’s mission is to inspire travel that drives economic development. Through innovation and partnerships, we share the stories of Oregon’s people and places, deliver world-class experiences, strengthen the industry and ensure the preservation of Oregon’s life and its natural places. With this mission in mind, we are pleased to share Travel Oregon’s 2017-2018 Annual Report. 
Read the report, here

Fat Biking in Oregon 

Travel Oregon partnered with the Oregon Coast Visitors Association to develop a series of fat biking experiences along the Oregon Coast. As a year-round opportunity, Travel Oregon is excited to provide visitors access to 12 fat biking routes between Brookings and Astoria, along with recommendations for rentals and shuttle services along each route. The series is broken into three geographical sections across the Southern, Central and Northern Oregon Coast. Each fat bike route includes a link to Ride With GPS where users can download GPS files before their trip. 
For more information, to review brochures for each section or to learn more about all 12 rides, visit TravelOregon.com/fatbike.
Upcoming Events
Sept. 25 - Jan. 17, 2018/19
North Coast, Ore.

Nov. 8, 2018
Gold Beach, Ore.
Learn By Doing - Grant Writing Workshop

Nov. 15, 2018
Pendleton, Ore. 

Nov. 15, 2018 
Pendleton, Ore.

Dec. 3, 2018
McMinnville, Ore.

Dec. 3-4, 2018
McMinnville, Ore.

Jan. 22-24, 2019 
Bend, Ore.

Feb. 25 -28, 2019
Boise, Idaho

Upcoming Deadlines

Nov. 2, 2018 

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