Downtown Eugene is a fun place to simply wander around to explore the shops and restaurants.
There is a scenic bike path that goes along the Willamette River and gives you a serene ride. It is known as the Ruth Bascom Riverbank Path System and the Willamette River Trail.
The University of Oregon has a beautiful campus that you can take a walk through, even if you are not a student or faculty member.
Hayward Field is a track and field facility that is famous within this sport worldwide. It has a 100-year history and is the most storied track and field venue in the country.
Spencer Butte is a natural landmark in the Eugene area that is 2,058 feet tall at the summit and goes along the 2,100-acre Ridgeline Park system. There’s a 1.7-mile loop trail that is popular to hike in this area.
Oregon is home to an amazing wine country region in the Willamette Valley, one of the top travel destinations for the wine connoisseur. It is near the city of Eugene.
The McKenzie River watershed is made up of 1,300 square miles of streams and lakes. There are various fish you can catch here, including trout, whitefish, lamprey, and steelhead.
The Cascades Raptor Center is a year-round nature center that is open to the public and has approximately 40 raptors. Most of these unique birds are native to the Pacific Northwest.
Mount Pisgah is a hiking destination in the Willamette Valley, near Eugene. The Mount Pisgah Trail is a 3.3-mile, out-and-back trail that is moderately challenging.
Hendricks Park is the oldest city park in Eugene and spans about 80 acres. It is in the Fairmount Neighborhood and was originally built in 1938. Park features include drinking fountains, picnic tables, restrooms, and a parking lot.
The Eugene Saturday Market is the oldest open-air crafts market in the U.S. It is a place to shop for locally handmade goods, get something to eat from the International Food Court, and listen to some live music.
For over 40 years, the Hult Center for the Performing Arts has been entertaining people in Eugene. It first opened in 1982 and is made up of the 2,447-seat Silva Concert Hall and the 495-seat Soreng Theater.