There’s something really special about living in a small town where the pace of life is a little slower and people take the time to get to know each other and to appreciate the little things that make life beautiful. Oregon is full of small towns with tight-knit communities. Here are 13 charming little towns where everyone is bound to know each other’s names:
This delightful seaside town in Lincoln County is home to 690 residents. It's a perfect place to visit if you're in need of a good dose of natural beauty and small town charm.
Paisley is a wonderful town in Lake County with a teensy tiny population of less than 250.
With a population of only 473, the residents of Fossil are bound to know each other well. This lovely town is located in the beautiful Wheeler County.
You might remember when this awesome town in Baker County changed its name to Half.com in 1999. This enchanting place is home to 288 residents.
This lovely little city is located in Marion County. Aurora was originally established in 1856 as a commune, and it has an interesting history you can learn about at the Old Aurora Museum.
This teensy town in Tillamook County has a population of 271. Here you'll find a colorful business disctrict, friendly community, and enchanting scenery.
Located in the stunning Wallowa County is the charming town of Wallowa, home to 808 residents.
Mosier (population 433) is a wonderful place located near Hood River in Wasco County. This tiny town has a cute main street and access to incredible scenery.
This awesome town in Tillamook County has a population of only 414.
Located in Umatilla County, this little town of 699 is full of amazing history dating back to the Oregon Trail.
Located in Douglas County, Oakland has a population of 927, and it's incredibly charming.
Joseph is an enchanting town nestled in Wallowa County with just over 1,000 residents. This delightful place will enchant you with its vibrant culture and stunning scenery.
This outdoorsy little town is located on the Deschutes River in Wasco County and has a population of 418.
How many of these towns have you been to? What are some other amazing small towns in Oregon with a population of less than 1,000?