With Lottery Funds, State Parks Endure & Thrive

Even in times of uncertainty, certain things endure. Oregon’s mountains, beaches and iconic geologic features remain unchanged. Our vistas, viewpoints, and overlooks continue to highlight the natural beauty that inspires us. And, through our state parks system, we continue to have access to the unique places of recreation and renewal that make Oregon special.

However, the experience of a state park visit has changed this year. More than ever, we’re counting on our fellow Oregonians to be stewards of our state parks by planning ahead and behaving thoughtfully.

And it’s working! For the most part, our parks are open and welcoming visitors. We hope you agree this is something to be celebrated. Join us by entering our Oregon State Parks giveaway for a chance to win a fun prize pack. Because, thanks to you, our state parks thrive and endure — and that makes us all winners.

Umpqua Lighthouse

Umpqua Lighthouse State Park Shines On

Walking in a state park

Joseph Stewart State Recreation Area

Thompson's Mills State Historic Site

Thompson’s Mills State Historic Site

Willamette Heritage grounds

Willamette Heritage Center

Bighorn Sheep, Cottonwood Canyon State Park

Cottonwood Canyon: A Park for Adventurers

illustration of state parks campsite

See All State Parks Projects

Want to see all the State Parks grants and loans supported by Lottery dollars in your county? Or even across the state?

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