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|Snap a family photo with the Simpsons at the Springfield Museum, enjoy an ice cream cone, and browse the city's many thrift stores and antique shops. |
Springfield is home to the largest outdoor retailer, many craft stores, and a hub of family attractions. This includes the Gateway Mall, putt golf, pizza parlors, a roller rink, art galleries, and movie and performing arts theaters.
Enjoy family-friendly events in Springfield's beautiful riverfront parks, and partake in programs for all ages and abilities at Springfield's robust recreation centers. As a gateway community to the great outdoors, this is a wonderful destination for fishing and hiking.
Clearwater Park in Springfield is riverfront on the Willamette with access for swimming. (As with all water access, please beware of currents, rapids and other water MORE >>
Oregon-based wine tour company offering creative, flexible, fun wine tours of South Willamette Valley, Dundee Hills and Umpqua Valley. Both private and group tours MORE >>
The nation's oldest commercial filbert (hazelnut) farm in continuous operation, Dorris Ranch is also a public park with a pioneer cabin and Native American plank house. MORE >>
Non-profit center for visual arts holds classes for children and adults, ongoing members' shows, monthly special exhibits featuring regional artists and groups, the MORE >>
The state's newest visitor information center will inspire you to explore the Eugene, Cascades & Coast region. Get tips from local experts and itinerary suggestions that MORE >>
Gift shopping and home and garden decor delights! A eclectic boutique shop in charming downtown Springfield with new and vintage finds, local artwork and chic fashion MORE >>
The Reds semi-professional soccer team is Eugene - Springfield's first community club. Formed in 2013 with aspirations to become professional, the Reds play their home MORE >>
Owned by Carol and Charles Tannenbaum, this picturesque lavender farm is riverside, just ten minutes past Springfield. The same Oregon climate that parallels France in MORE >>
The striking new Richard E. Wildish Community Theater intimately seats 281 and provides an affordable and extraordinarily flexible venue for dance, drama, concerts, MORE >>
Oregon's premiere indoor water park offers year-round fun. Surf the waves, enjoy the family play pools and kiddie pool, ride the waterslide, relax in the spa, swim laps MORE >>
Known as "The Oldest and Coldest Christmas Parade in Oregon," for over 58 years, the Springfield Christmas Parade marches each year on the first Saturday of December. MORE >>
Located in Springfield's historic downtown antique shopping district in the 1911 Oregon Power Company substation. The museum includes the Museum Store, the Historic MORE >>
Saddle up and ride along the scenic McKenzie River trails of the 800 acre Triangle 5 Ranch. Since 1865, this very special ranch has been owned and worked by the same MORE >>