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Tour Cottage Grove and the surrounding countryside. Check out all the trails, activities and historic places that make Cottage Grove a quintessential American town.
Shop the downtown district, drive or cycle the covered bridge trail, swim or boat in the nearby lakes, fish in the rivers or simply sip coffee in one of the cafes. For some small town inspiration we've compiled a database of Cottage Grove activities below.
Located next to Baker Bay County Park on Dorena Lake, see the area's largest selection of beads and beading supplies. Quality beads made of glass, bone, metal, shell and MORE >>
The Museum's collection of photographs, tools, rocks, minerals and other artifacts, pays tribute to the area's gold mining history. Come visit Cottage Grove's newest MORE >>
This difficult .8 mi (1,28 km) trail on a clear day offers views of the Cascade Range from Mt Hood to Mt Shasta. Wildflowers bloom in late June. DIRECTIONS: From Cottage MORE >>
This easy to moderate 5.7 mile (9.2 km) trail through a scenic canyon follows Brice Creek with its numerous small waterfalls and pools. The crystal clear waters and MORE >>
Although the technical difficulty is a moderate level, this trail is relatively easier physically. It is an 11-mile single-track trail with swimming holes along the way, MORE >>
River: Coast Fork of the Willamette Length: 78 feet Year Constructed: 1925 Nearest Town: Cottage Grove Originally built for trains to bring logs to a local mill.This MORE >>
This 30-mile (48-km) loop connects six covered bridges and is one of the most recent additions to Oregon's Scenic Byway program. History buffs of all ages visit Lane MORE >>
Cottage Grove Lake offers swimming, boating, fishing and camping. This and other lakes and rivers near Cottage Grove provide anglers with some of the best fishing in the MORE >>
There's so much to do and see that we even compiled an Adventure Guide Tour for the area!