|Tour the University of Oregon campus and shop for mementos at the bookstore. Enjoy back to school discounts and seasonal lodging packages from the Oregon Coast to the Cascades. |
Our collegiate athletes are back in town, so don your green and yellow and stroll or roll on over to Autzen Stadium for a Duck football game!
|Follow a scenic byway along the Oregon Coast, through the Willamette Valley or up into the Cascades in pursuit of autumn's bright hues and leafy splendor. |
Oregon is known for its fiery colors set against a backdrop of dark evergreen. In 2012, Fodor's included the Willamette Valley in its recommended ten "Great Fall Foliage Trips Across the Country."
|Also in 2012, Conde Nast Traveler's blog credited the McKenzie River region with the most visual variety in its top-five picks for fall foliage in the Northwest. |
Leaves start to turn mid October depending on elevation. Track the progression of colors across the state on our Oregon Fall Foliage blog or call our official Oregon Fall Foliage Hotline at 800.547.5445.
Report on locations of intense color and post your colorful fall snapshots. Kids can also participate as Junior Leaf Reporters.
Some great leafy walks include the Eugene - Springfield's Ruth Bascom Riverbank Park system on the trails to Autzen Stadium and the Row River National Recreation Trail in Cottage Grove.
|The Willamette Valley's abundance is celebrated in the fall with spectacular culinary events, gatherings and opportunities to tour local farms. |
Oregon Bounty is a statewide program that highlights locally grown, raised and produced food. Our region is known for hazelnuts, berries, mushrooms, salmon, seafood, wine grapes and craft beer.
Wine taste along the Territorial Thanksgiving Wine Trail, stopping at u-pick farms for fresh produce.
With so many award-winning restaurants offering seasonal, Northwest-inspired cuisine, it's the perfect time to savor the season.