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Salem Prize Payment Center
8 AM – 5 PM, M – F
Appointments recommended to avoid long wait times
Available by request
Prize Drop Box:
Always available for prize drop offs, 24/7. Collected and processed during normal business hours.
500 Airport Road SE, Salem OR 97301
PO Box 12649, Salem OR 97309
Deaf & Hard of Hearing: 503-540-1068
The 800 number is staffed 7 AM – 8 PM daily (including weekends) except on Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Unplanned closures or delays will be announced through FlashAlert or you can call 800-766-6789. The 800 number is staffed 7 AM – 8 PM daily (including weekends) except on Thanksgiving and Christmas.
- New Year’s Day*
- Martin Luther King Jr. Day
- President’s Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day*
- Labor Day
- Veterans Day*
- Thanksgiving — Thurs. & Fri.
- Christmas Day*
*If the holiday falls on a Saturday, Lottery offices will be closed the preceding Friday. If the holiday falls on a Sunday, offices will be closed the following Monday.
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Milo McIver State Park
Just outside of Portland, Milo McIver is a peaceful park that offers great access to the Clackamas River, including an accessible Kayak launch.
Wallowa Lake State Park
A destination in its own right, but also a basecamp for northeast Oregon’s wilderness adventures.
State Capitol State Park
Yes, the grounds of our State Capitol are actually a state park!
Sarah Helmick State Recreation Site
The park that sparked the Oregon State Parks system!
Iwetemlaykin State Heritage Site
Not all sites administered by Oregon State Parks spotlight camping, swimming, and other outdoor recreation. Some, like Iwetemlaykin State Heritage Site, are preserved and managed because of their unique historical importance to Oregonians. Iwetemlaykin (pronounced Ee-weh-TEMM-lye-kinn) is one such place. A rolling grassland nestled just south of Joseph, Iwetemlaykin is a sacred place to area tribes. Its name translates to, “at the edge of the lake.” The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department opened the 62-acre site in 2009. The State paid $4.1 million for the property, funded by a Lottery grant and donations from three tribes: the Nez Perce, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation. Now open to the public, Iwetemlaykin is preserved as a place of respectful contemplation and reflection, in keeping with its character from the days before western settlement. It is a sacred site, now protected from development, and open to all.