Coos County
Points of interest: Myrtlewood groves, Shore Acres State Park and Botanical Gardens, Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, museums, fish ing fleets.
Economy: Forest products, tourism, fish ing, agriculture, boating, dairy farming, Myrtlewood manufacturing, shipbuilding and repair.
The Interna tional Port of Coos Bay, considered the best natural harbor between Puget Sound and San Francisco, is the world's largest forest products shipping port. (Source: Oregon Blue Book)
www.co.coos.or.us

Curry County
Points of interest: Cape Blanco Lighthouse, Cape Sebastian and Samuel H. Boardman State Park.
Econ­omy: Forest products, agriculture, commercial and sport fishing, recreation and tourism. Curry County contains valuable standing timber and also offers spec­tacular coastal scenery, clamming and crabbing, excel­lent fishing (freshwater and saltwater), upriver scenic boat trips.
The Port of Brookings is considered one of the safest harbors on the coast. (Source: Oregon Blue Book)
www.co.curry.or.us

Douglas County
Points of interest:
Winchester Bay and Salmon Har­bor, Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, North Umpqua River, Diamond Lake, Wildlife Safari.
Econo­my:
Forest products, mining, agriculture, fishing and recreation. Douglas County extends from sea level at the Pacific Ocean to 9,182-foot Mt. Thielsen in the Cas­cade Range. The Umpqua River marks the dividing line between northern and southern Oregon, and its entire watershed lies within the county's boundaries. (Source: Oregon Blue Book) 
www.co.douglas.or.us

Jackson County
Points of interest: Mt. Ashland Ski Resort, Historic Jacksonville, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Peter Britt Music Festival, Southern Oregon Univer­sity, Mountain Lakes, Lost Creek Dam, Butte Creek Mill, Lithia Park, Crater Lake Highway. 
Economy: Medical, retail, tourism, agriculture, manufactur­ing and forest products. The most populous of all Southern Oregon counties, and an established ser­vice area. Location of Rogue Valley International-Medford Airport. (source: Oregon Blue Book)
www.co.jackson.or.us

Josephine County
Points of interest: Oregon Caves National Monu­ment, Sunny Valley Covered Bridge and Interpretive Center, Hellgate Canyon-Rogue River, Rogue Com­munity College.
Economy: Tourism, recreation, forest products, electronics and software. Grants Pass is the departure point for most Rogue River scenic waterway guided fishing and boat trips. The Illinois River, one of the Rogue's tributaries, has also been designated a scenic waterway. (Source: Oregon Blue Book)
www.co.josephine.or.us

Klamath County
Points of interest: Oregon Caves National Monu­ment, Sunny Valley Covered Bridge and Interpretive Center, Hellgate Canyon-Rogue River, Rogue Com­munity College.
Economy: Tourism, recreation, forest products, electronics and software. Grants Pass is the departure point for most Rogue River scenic waterway guided fishing and boat trips. The Illinois River, one of the Rogue's tributaries, has also been designated a scenic waterway. (Source: Oregon Blue Book)
www.co.klamath.or.us

Lake County
Points of interest: Hart Mountain Antelope Refuge, Fort Rock, Abert Lake and Rim, Warner Canyon Ski Area, Gearhart Wilderness, Lost Forest, Crack-in-the­ground, Summer Lake Hot Springs, sunstones (Or­egon's state gemstone).
Economy: Livestock, forest products, agriculture, recreation. A number of impor­tant migratory waterfowl flyways converge in Lake County. Lakeview has been deemed the hang glid­ing capital of the West. (Source: Oregon Blue Book)
www.co.lake.or.us