Eugene Things to Do

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  • 1. Skinner Butte Park

    While not vast, Skinner Butte Park has 100 acres of forest, playground, trails, climbing walls and various other features that make it seem far larger than it actually is. The primary feature of the...

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  • 2. Ruth Bascom Riverbank Path System

    Running for approximately 8 miles along the banks of the Willamette River, the trail system is mostly well developed and very popular. The vast majority of the pathways are paved. Several sections of...

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  • 3. Museum of Natural and Cultural History

    Playing host to a number of short term exhibits, as well as its own collection of local and international artifacts, this museum has the state's best collection of geology and archeology related...

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  • 4. Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

    It is difficult to explain this museum completely, as it may have as many as eight or ten special visiting or otherwise short term exhibitions going at the same time, as well as its permanent...

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  • 5. Owens Rose Garden

    This small rose garden is just west of Interstate 105. While this means it does have some traffic noise, the noise isn't as bad as it might be due to a few...

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  • 6. Alton Baker Park

    Located on the north bank of the Willamette River and slightly east of downtown Eugene, the western portions of this park are a fairly typical city park. There...

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  • 7. Mount Pisgah and Buford Recreation Area

    To the southeast of Eugene there is a hill that rises some 1,060 feet (320 meters) called Mount Pisgah. This area serves as a regional park, and there are...

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  • 8. Be impressed, be VERY impressed

    Everytime I am in the Eugene, Oregon area I make a point to stop and enjoy King Estate winery and on this trip I not only enjoyed each and every wine I sampled,...

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  • 9. Trip through Willamette Valley farmlands

    A 139-mile drive along two-lane paved highways through Willamette Valley farmlands and Coast Range mountains. From Eugene, the route takes travelers through the...

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  • 10. Billiard place with great music & clips

    Much fun we had there, trying to play billiard while listen to Johnny Cash's "Hurt", some Bob Dyllon, Jimi Hendrix, and others. They have a big screen there....

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  • 11. Mt. Pisgah Arboretum and Botanical Gardens

    The Mount Pisgah Arboretum and Botanical Garden has always been a very sacred place in my heart. No wonder why I feel so home at the Park when my tribes of...

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  • 12. Go back to College...for the afternoon!

    I took a free tour of the campus. See their website for times. This was really great. Our tour guide spent almost the entire 90 minute tour walking backwards!...

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  • 13. Grab your tie-dye and hitch your VW waggons...

    A bit of a walk from the Downtown is the Lane County Historical Society & Museum. There are permanent as well as rotating exhibitions. I just happened to catch...

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  • 14. "I AM THAT GIRL" FILM AT BIJOU ARTS CENTER

    "I AM THAT GIRL" is a new independent feature film that is playing for one day only on Sunday, April 19th, 2009 at Bijou Arts Cinema (492 E. 13th Ave) in...

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  • 15. Motorcycle Adventures

    The Pacific Northwest offers the greatest motorcycle adventures in the world: you ride on lightly traveled sweeping roads in excellent conditions, through a...

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  • 16. DUCKS ON PARADE!!!

    Check out these ducks...each one painted by a local artist and purchased at charity auction by local businesses. Each one has a unique and "punny" name. You can...

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  • 17. Eugene

    Eugene -- such a beautiful city, such a terrible name....Located in the Willamette Valley, Eugene is Oregon's third largest city with about 150,000 people....

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  • 18. TAKE IN A MOVIE OR TWO

    The Gateway Cinemas in the Gateway area of nearby Springfield is the largest theatre complex in the area. I'm mentioning them because of the kind thing they did...

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  • 19. THE BLACK SHEEP GATHERING

    Every year toward the end of June all the black sheep gather at the Lane County Fairgrounds. And not only black sheep, but white sheep, goats, alpacas and even...

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  • 20. A TRACK CITY TRADITION

    Like to run? Well, show up in Eugene on July 4th every year and you can enter a butte of a race. The Butte to Butte is a 10K run from the foot of Spencer's...

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  • 21. Eugene's Cultural Center

    The Hult Center For the Performing Arts is our main venue for music and stage productions. The "Hult" has an interesting history: It was built almost 25 years...

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  • 22. ART & THE VINEYARD---Art and Wine Festival

    Wow!! It's hard to believe that this festival has been going on each Fourth of July for 22 years, but it has. It takes place in Alton Baker Park in downtown...

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  • 23. THE OREGON BACH FESTIVAL

    Ah!!! Bach!!! Can't get enough Bach in your life? Well, here's your chance to Bach out until your Bach aches. Well, enough of that.Since 1971 two classical...

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  • 24. Lowell lake

    Zipping down Highway 58 east of Eugene, you suddenly find yourself driving along side a long, skinny reservoir. In spring, summer and fall, the Dexter and...

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  • 25. For the Love of Art

    Get yourself down to the newly re-opened and expanded Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the University of Oregon. This beautiful brick museum is located off of...

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