These free, printable travel maps of Oregon are divided into eight regions:
- Columbia River Gorge and Mount Hood
- The Willamette Valley
- Coastal Oregon
- Ashland and Southern Oregon
- Bend and Central Oregon
- Northeastern Oregon
- Southeastern Oregon
Explore Oregon with these helpful travel maps covering the whole state. Ensure you have the newest travel maps from Moon by ordering the most recent edition of our travel guides to Oregon and Coastal Oregon.
Oregon State Travel Map
Graced by the presence of the Columbia and Willamette Rivers and nearby Mount Hood, Portland is the state’s green urban core.
For more coverage of Portland with more detailed neighborhood maps, check out our city guide Moon Portland.
Columbia River Gorge and Mount Hood
This is the Pacific Northwest’s primal landscape: towering waterfalls, moss-draped rainforests, snowcapped volcanoes—all in a chasm 5 miles wide, 80 miles long, and 3,000 feet deep.
Planning a trip that covers both Washington and Oregon? Check out our guide to the Pacific Northwest.
The Willamette Valley
The historic end of the Oregon Trail, the Willamette Valley is still agriculturally rich, with the emphasis now on wine grapes. Nearly the entire west side of the valley is a wine lover’s pilgrimage route.
Lots of beach towns, ranging from quirky spots that are lost in time to sophisticated resort communities, mean that everyone can find a place to adopt as their own.
Ashland and Southern Oregon
Southern Oregon is a land of opposites, ranging from the arts town of Ashland, known for its Shakespeare Festival, to some of the state’s most secluded backcountry. The valleys of the North Umpqua and Rogue Rivers are both attractive to hikers and anglers; the Rogue is a top-notch white-water river. Crater Lake is a mesmerizing highlight in Southern Oregon.
Bend and Central Oregon
The high desert of central Oregon is cut through by the Deschutes and Crooked Rivers and dotted with volcanic peaks. In Bend, visitors can find good food and a comfortable place to spend the night as well as skiing at nearby Mount Bachelor and easy access to hiking and mountain biking.
You’ll hear echoes of the Old West in northeastern Oregon, whether you’re touring Chief Joseph’s homeland, tracing the steps of Oregon Trail pioneers, or cheering rodeo athletes at the Pendleton Round-Up. Go even further into the past at the John Day Fossil Beds, or explore the geology of Hells Canyon with a boat ride down the Snake River.
This high-desert region boasts deep blue skies, geologic marvels, and plenty of elbow room. Soak in natural hot springs, view migrating birds at the vast Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, and get to know your fellow travelers at the Frenchglen Hotel. A visit to this corner of Oregon will reconnect you with nature and give you plenty of time and space for reflection.