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Adventure Center/Visitor Information: 3312 Gateway St • Springfield OR (Open daily 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.)
Downtown Eugene Visitor Center: 754 Olive St • Eugene OR (Open Monday-Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.)
Mailing Address: PO Box 10286 • Eugene OR 97440
Amazon consists of a small snake run into a shallow bowl with a small extension added on to the bowl.
The largest and loudest outdoor sports arena in Oregon; the iconic Autzen Stadium seats 54,000. The Ducks play on FieldTurf, beneath a massive mega-screen dubbed "Duck Vision." The complex includes sky suites and boxes, a 10,000 sq. ft. club room, concessions, merchandise outlets, box office, guest services and adjacent meeting and event space. Find pre-game entertainment in the Moshofsky Sports Center. Shuttle service is also offered from eight Park & Ride locations across town. Mallard Park Hospitality Tents can accommodate up to 500 for private tailgating parties.
A great all around outdoor cement park that has a little bit of everything for the intermediate to advanced skater. There is a good figure eight bowl with a vert extension and a spine, as well as a large roll out into the rest of the park, which is designed for cruising fast without pushing. There are a variety of bowls and hips as well as a steep bank and even a couple of rails and ledges.
This outdoor cement park is geared towards beginning and intermediate skaters and consists of a mellow bank, bowled out corner, a couple of ledges and a rail, a small pyramid and some small quarter pipes that create a small hip.
This is a large outdoor cement park designed for the more intermediate to advanced skater who likes to cruise fast. There is a snake run into a vert bowl and two additional bowls with lots of coping that allow for many lines.
Ideal for tournaments, fundraisers, corporate retreats, special events and getaways, this 18-hole, 7,000+ yards (6401 m), championship length golf course features a pro-shop, practice green, driving range and comfortable clubhouse serving breakfast and lunch daily. Luxurious on-site lodging is available for groups. The course is located in the heart of Oregon wine country with sweeping views of the Willamette Valley and snowcapped mountains. Only 15 minutes from the Eugene Airport. Built in 1997 and designed by Greg Doyle. Voted "Top 10 Golf Getaway" by The Oregonian in 2002.
An outdoor cement park that is fairly small. It consists of a nice bowled out corner, a few hips and a variety of rails and ledges. Good for the beginner, but fun for everyone.
Covering 170 acres, this 18-hole, par 72 tournament quality course is known for its beautiful tree-lined fairways, fast-consistent greens and challenging play for both amateurs and professionals alike. Only 12 minutes from Eugene, right off the Interstate 5 in Creswell, this course is home of the Oregon Ducks Golf Team. Full amenities include a restaurant, bar, gym, pool, hot tub, sauna, steam room, beauty salon and 5000 square feet of event space. Two covered patios and a gazebo lawn provide outdoor space for award presentations. Nearby hotel accommodations.
With a capacity of just over 10,000; the Historic Hayward Field complex comprises its famous outdoor track (1919), covered grandstands, the Powell Plaza and the 15,000 sq. ft. Bowerman Building housing meeting space and lockers. A grand legacy includes nine NCAA Championships, six national championships, five Olympic trials, 30 Prefontaine Classics and numerous other prestigious track and field events. Each July the Oregon Track Club gives everyone the chance to compete on the track where champions have been made.
The largest indoor venue in Eugene - Springfield; the Matthew Knight Arena is a posh place for sports, entertainment, concerts, conferences and exhibitions. State of the art technology enhances both the athletes' and the audiences' experience. A seating capacity of 8 to 12,000 seats augmented by over 200 televisions throughout, and a massive Jumbotron-style scoreboard. Plenty of bathrooms, concession stands, two Duck stores, four loading docks, team practice facilities and private club rooms. Ample bicycle parking and public transportation access. Adjacent UO campus and near hotels and dining.
The McKenzie Community Track & Field is a cross country runner's delight- a beautiful track set amongst the Cascade forests, close to lakes, rivers, hot springs and miles of running and hiking trails. The track is home to the McKenzie High School Eagles and host to track meets, camps and a variety of special events. A new building for concessions, restrooms and meeting rooms is slated for construction in summer 2013. The McKenzie Community Track is less than an hour from Eugene and just over an hour from Bend.
University of Oregon's PK Park is an outdoor baseball stadium with a capacity of 4,000 which includes 2,000 box seats with backs, 480 general admission bleacher seats, 53 ADA seats, two picnic plazas and eight luxury suites. Located adjacent Autzen Stadium with plenty of close parking and shared festival areas. The baseball facility includes full locker rooms, clubhouses and team amenities, concessions and even a "Sluggo FunZone" for children. Home to both the Oregon Duck and minor league Eugene Emerald baseball teams.
Make it amazing! Rent the world's first sandboarding park exclusively for an afternoon, day, weekend or an entire week! Located in Florence on the largest coastal dunes in North America, Sand Master Park features 40 acres (16.2 ha) of privately-owned sculpted sand dunes with a variety of beginner to advanced slopes, a pro shop, game room, picnic garden, rental boards and sleds, and dune buggies. Sand Master Park is available for parties, reunions, camps, concerts and corporate team builders.
Located only 15-minutes from downtown Eugene, this private country club offers a magnificent 21,400 sq. ft. (.20 ha) clubhouse completed in 2012, and a mature golf course established in the 1960s. Overlooking the tenth tee is a ballroom with attached deck for weddings, parties and conferences. Three banquet rooms with capacity ranging from 100-300 people and a 25-person club room are available for meetings. A full service banquet and catering department provides amenities such as audio / visual equipment and tech assistance. Menus can be customized. The UO golf team often plays here too!
A small, outdoor metal skatepark that has a mini-ramp with quarter pipes on either side that create hips. There are also a couple of rails, a little roll-in to small pyramid, and a small bank. This is a great park for beginners, but can be fun for everyone.
There is a good bowl with a tombstone and a roll-out into the rest of the park, which consists of a big, odd kidney-shaped tabletop launcher, a curved twinkie and a good pyramid. There are also a couple of long ledges, one of which is a double rainbow, and a long handrail.
This 97,000-square-foot center features 3 hardwood basketball courts and several sport courts used for basketball, volleyball, tennis, roller derby, special events and more. The facility has 4 indoor tennis courts, climbing walls, a new fitness center and a new youth center called Two50 featuring a row of flat-screen TVs and an 18-foot-wide projection screen. Outside, the park complex includes two lighted artificial turf soccer fields. In addition, Willamalane Center offers meeting rooms and three preschool rooms with an attached playground. For tournaments, parties, dances, meetings and more.
Event center with six multi-use courts, inline hockey/lacrosse rink, sports leagues, classes, cardio and weight equipment, rock wall and golf simulator.
One of Lane County’s newest park. A large street-oriented outdoor cement skatepark, this venue has a variety of ledges, stairs and rails. There is also a good bank that rolls you into a pyramid fun box, a cement picnic table and even a fire hydrant to ollie.
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