There’s an embarrassment of riches when it comes to Oregon’s natural beauty. Between our incredible coastlines and majestic mountains, old-growth forests and sublime high deserts, there’s nowhere in the world that’s more magical than the Beaver State. But when you’re literally surrounded by immense beauty 24/7, it’s easy to take it for granted. So we designed the following scenic road trip in Oregon that allows you to sit back, relax, and see the state’s splendor from a fresh perspective. So hop in the car and grab a travel partner, and get ready to fall even more in love with the beauty of Oregon all over again.

There’s nowhere in the world more beautiful than Oregon, and we hope this scenic road trip helped open your eyes to the immense splendor that surrounds us!

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What are some other scenic road trips in Oregon worth checking out?

Want to fall head over heels in love with Oregon? The following road trips visit some of the most scenic parts of the state and are sure to give you a newfound appreciation for Oregon:

  • Oregon Coast Road Trip: Explore the best of the Oregon Coast on this road trip, which visits favorite spots like Hecta Head Lighthouse, Florence, Coos Bay, Shore Acres State Park, Bandon, and Port Orford. You'll also dine at some of the best seafood restaurants on the Oregon Coast, including Mo's Seafood & Chowder, Luna Sea Fish House, Bandon Fish Market, The Schooner Restaurant & Lounge, Restaurant Beck, and Local Ocean Seafoods.
  • Columbia River Gorge Road TripThere's no place quite like the Columbia River Gorge, and this road trip visits some of the best of the Gorge, including: Multnomah Falls and Vista House, and we recommend staying in the area to enjoy some waterfall chasing! There are some 80 waterfalls on the Oregon side of the Columbia River Gorge, and it's one of the best places to hike and admire waterfalls in the entire PNW.
  • Scenic Road Trip in East-Central Oregon. Oregon is a stunner of a state, full of wondrous places and immense natural beauty. It’s also incredibly geographically diverse, with everything from stunning shorelines and old-growth forests to rolling countrysides and high desert regions. This road trip traverses east-central Oregon, best-known for the Alvord Desert, ghost towns, and the Painted Hills. Hood River (including the Hood River Fruit Loop), John Day Fossil Beds National Monument, Cottonwood Canyon, Prineville Reservoir... the world is yours on this trip! At least, the world of east-central Oregon.