Join us in North Bend, Nov. 2-4!
Registration is Open!
Sponsorship and Exhibitor Opportunities Available! Contact: email@example.com
The 2023 Summit will take place Thursday-Saturday, November 2-4, at The Mill Hotel, owned by the Coquille Indian Tribe, and in surrounding areas on Oregon's Southern Coast, traditional lands of the Coquille Indian Tribe, the Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians, the Confederated Tribes of the Siletz Indians, and other indigenous bands. The summit combines fun and high impact in-person networking opportunities with conference programming on the important issues of the day, educational content, trails stewardship work parties, and in-field tours and workshops.
The 2023 summit will bring together Oregon’s outdoor community to learn, build relationships, and find solutions to the challenges we face in developing and elevating outdoor recreation opportunities to best serve Oregon communities and celebrate and protect our natural, cultural, and historic wonders. The Summit seeks to accelerate efforts to:
connect Oregonians of all backgrounds and abilities to the outdoors and increase health equity
aid in recovery of Oregon communities through outdoor recreation partnerships
address the impacts of climate change on outdoor recreation and build climate resilience
build a culture of environmental and cultural stewardship and healthy recreation
provide an off-street network of trails for recreating and traveling within and between Oregon communities
attract a wide range of visitors that contribute to Oregon’s urban and rural economies
support sustainable entrepreneurship and a thriving outdoor recreation economy that reduces economic disparities
2023 Summit Schedule:
(Please note: ASL interpreters and other accommodations available upon request. Contact Steph Noll firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thursday, November 2: Oregon Outdoor Recreation Summit
8:30-11:30: Field Workshops, Tours, Group Hikes
10:30-noon: Conference Check-In, Coffee service
12:00-1:45: Networking Lunch, Welcome and Opening Plenary in Large Ballroom
1:45-4:30: Breakout Sessions and Networking Breaks
4:45-5:35: Closing Plenary Session
Evening: Offsite Networking Reception
Friday, November 3: Technical Sessions, Workshops, and Oregon Trails Summit
8:00-9:00: Networking Continental Breakfast Served in Ballroom
8:30-9:30: Welcome and Oregon Trails Community Updates
9:30-12:20: Breakout Sessions and Networking Breaks
12:20-1:45: Networking Lunch followed by Oregon Trails Coalition annual meeting
2:00-4:30: Breakout Sessions and Summit Closing Reception: Outdoor games and refreshments
Saturday, November 4: Field Day
9:00-3:00: Local trail stewardship events, in-field learning, and community events
Full Summit Professional Early Bird: $295; Standard: $330
Full Summit Volunteer/Student/Small Org Early Bird: $195; Standard: $215
One-Day Only Professional $185
One-Day Only Volunteer/Student/Small Org $125
Presenter: $10 off Early Bird or One-Day Only Rates
One-day, partial, and full scholarships available; more info provide when registration opens. Scholarships for tribal and rural leaders are available with support from the Roundhouse Foundation, and additional scholarships available as well. More info on our event site.
Hotel/ RV Park Reservations
Standard room rates are priced at government per diem rate of $98. Pull-through RV spaces priced at
$35/$45 bayside. Find out more information about the The Mill Casino • Hotel & RV Park at themillcasino.com.
Book your room before October 20th by calling the resort at 1.800.953.4800 and ask for the 2023
Oregon Outdoor Recreation Summit rate. Reservations may also be booked online at themillcasino.com. From the website select “Book Now” located in the upper right hand corner, next select “Group Sign In” and enter the code 8412.
Find more travel and lodging info on our event site, including information about free shuttle service to the summit.
Thanks to our past Summit sponsors, presenters, planning committee members and the 300+ individuals that participated in sessions, field workshops, and Bring it Outside Family Festival!