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Counties in Oregon that I have Visited

There are 36 counties in Oregon
The Beaver State

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Oregon County Outline Map

Oregon, courtesy of: Mob Rule

I have visited 23 Counties = 63.9% of Counties in Oregon


Crater Lake

Crater Lake
Klamath County, Oregon

State Capitol in Salem
State Highpoint at Mt. Hood


Counties in Oregon

Below are the 36 counties in Oregon. Although infrequent, counties sometimes do change so please let me know if any of this information is out of date and I will update it. Those counties that I have visited are in Red. If I have a photograph or other item associated with a county somewhere else on my website, there will also be a link.
  1. Baker: Almost Halfway; Negligible Population
  2. Benton: Checkerboarding
  3. Clackamas: I Before E Like in Milwaukie; Zig Zag; Just as Enigmatic; Switching Sides
  4. Clatsop: Astoria Column; Ferry Wahkiakum; Particularly Possessive
  5. Columbia
  6. Coos: Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area; Bank Brewing Company
  7. Crook
  8. Curry
  9. Deschutes: Drake Park; Mount Bachelor Resort; Big Eddy; High Desert Museum; The Bend Ale Trail (10 Barrel Brewing Co., Bend Brewing Co., Boneyard Beer, Brew Wërks Brewing, Cascade Lakes Brewing Co., Deschutes Brewery, GoodLife Brewing Company, Old Saint Francis Brewpub, Silver Moon Brewing, Three Creeks Brewing), Big Obsidian Flow; Sunriver Brewing Company
  10. Douglas: Just as Enigmatic; Umpqua River Lighthouse, Reedsport
  11. Gilliam: John Day's Day; Another Day with John Day
  12. Grant: Negligible Population; John Day's Day; Another Day with John Day
  13. Harney: Largest county in Oregon (10,134 square miles).
  14. Hood River: Mount Hood Vista; Full Sail Brewing Co. (Hood River)
  15. Jackson
  16. Jefferson: Pump Your Own Gas
  17. Josephine: Where's Waldo?
  18. Klamath: Deepest Lakes; Crater Lake; Cleetwood Trail
  19. Lake: Christmas Lake
  20. Lane: Named for Captain Cook; Most Frequent Communities; Eugene City Brewery; High Street Brewery Café; Oregon Fields Brewing Co.; Steelhead Brewery & Café; Wild Duck Brewery
  21. Lincoln: The "D" River (world's shortest?); Rogue Ale Public House, Yaquina Head Lighthouse
  22. Linn: Sweet Home, uh, Oregon
  23. Malheur: Time Zone Anomaly; Time Zone Limits; Potomac in Oregon; Surrounded in Time
  24. Marion
  25. Morrow
  26. Multnomah: Smallest county in Oregon (435 square miles) and largest county population in Oregon (660,486 people in 2000 Census); Iconic Views; Grotian Traditions, Thalwegs and Winner Take All; Geo-Oddities of Portland, Oregon; Back to the Lines; My Smallest Park; 132 and Bush; Bad Boys Revisited; Multnomah Falls; McMenamins' Edgefield Brewery; Full Sail Brewing Co. (Portland); Lucky Labrador Brewing Company; Rock Bottom Brewery
  27. Polk
  28. Sherman: John Day's Day; Another Day with John Day
  29. Tillamook: Cape Meares Lighthouse; Pelican Pub & Brewery
  30. Umatilla: Extreme Reservations
  31. Union
  32. Wallowa
  33. Wasco: The Dalles; Bought the Town
  34. Washington: Hillsboro Hops; Hawaii on the Mainland
  35. Wheeler: Smallest county population in Oregon (1,547 people in 2000 Census); Painted Hills; Shoe Tree
  36. Yamhill

Quick facts about Oregon

Sources:

(1) U.S. Census Bureau FedStats - MapStats: 2000 Land Area; United States.
(2) U.S. Census Bureau American FactFinder: 2005 Population Estimates; Table GCT-T1.