Pressing Sand!
Oregon South Coast Regional Tourism Network
We Collaborate to Enhance Economic Development Through Sustainable Tourism!
Network Builds Framework For Success

Building Trust Regionally!

The August Network Meeting offered members a better understanding of why Travel Oregon is invested in the Network and the work it took our region to get to this point.

Members shared project accomplishments, community updates and Information on how to tell the story of tourism.

OSCRTN Network Manager and Core Team outlined where the Network is today and the direction it is headed.
Understanding Who The Players Are In Regional Tourism
While traveling around the region it became evident to the OSCRTN Network Manager, Julie Miller, that there was confusion around what role each of the seven regional organizations working in tourism played on the South Coast.

The Network Core Team created a reference document to help the Network understand the roles of each organization and effectively access and tap into regional resources.
The People's Coast Summit October 9 & 10
The Oregon Coast Visitors Association's annual summit is an end-of-season industry gathering where participants decompress from the busy season, share experiences with colleagues and make new contacts.

Guest speakers provide opportunities for big-picture thinking about the tourism industry, and workshops offer nuts and bolts skills which can be applied immediately.

October 9th & 10th - Waldport, OR
Coastal Health Ride For Life - September 15th
The 1st annual Coastal Health Ride for Life offers three different ride options (25-, 44- or 61- miles) along one of the most enchanting stretches of the south coast.

All rides end back in Port Orford, the oldest town on the Oregon Coast, for a meal, beverage, raffle and other fun.

Registration includes a water bottle, commemorative Wild Rivers Coast Scenic Bikeway patch, meal ticket, live music, raffle entry & other surprises.

Oregon South Coast Regional Tourism Network | 541-347-5653 |
Photo Credit: OSU Intern, OSU Intern, Julie Miller