The variety of natural beauty in Oregon can make it the perfect place to plan a camping or road trip. Oregon is home to hundreds of waterfalls, 19 volcanoes, colorful fossil beds and a 382-mile Coast Trail that guides visitors past ancient sea stacks, deserted beaches and rocky tide pools. 224 state parks, recreation areas and scenic viewpoints offer visitors opportunities for exploration and solitude. Take a five-mile hike in Silver Falls State Park past ten waterfalls, drive around the rim of sapphire blue Crater Lake, located in the caldera of a collapsed volcano, or visit Thor's Well, a naturally occurring fountain powered by the ocean tides. In the meantime, take a look through these remarkable shots submitted by readers to our annual photo contest.