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.

Enter to win our exclusive Oregon Lottery + State Parks giveaway

Find Your Limited Edition State Parks Pin

If you find yourself exploring your local state park, ask a ranger how you can get your hands on a limited edition 2020 Oregon State Parks pin. Our second annual pin giveaway is happening now at parks throughout the state. There’s no better way to display your Oregon cred than by snagging one of these highly collectible pins and proudly displaying it on your backpack, visor, or jacket.

Pins are available at select parks while supplies last. And, yes, they’re free, proudly brought to you by the Oregon Lottery!

Be sure to check out the State Parks Status Map for up-to-date park hours and services before you go!

Enter to Win a State Parks Prize Pack

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Enter to win the fun stuff!

Not one, not two, but THREE lucky winners will receive an Oregon Lottery + Oregon State Parks prize pack, including a parking pass (good for one year), coveted State Parks and Oregon Lottery swag, and even a full pack of Scratch-its — that’s 200 chances at a $1,500 top prize!

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Plan ahead for a successful visit

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Know Before You Go

The last days of summer are a perfect time to visit our state parks. Just be prepared!

  • Check the Oregon State Parks website for available services and open hours.
  • Practice appropriate distancing.
  • Use a mask when in the presence of others.
  • Because services may be reduced, bring your own water and snacks; pack out your garbage.
  • Have a backup plan in case the park is overly crowded.
  • Research first and then enjoy!
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Lottery Play Supports Outdoor Play

Proceeds from Scratch-its, Video Lottery, Keno or any lottery game help support a variety of causes important to Oregonians—including Oregon State Parks.

When you play, win or lose, you help support nature’s best playgrounds: our state parks and heritages sites, scenic viewpoints, and even local city parks. Let’s keep playing!

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