Plan your trip to Eugene, Cascades & Coast.
There is no sales tax in Oregon! Save money by buying large ticket items like RVs, cars, boats, furniture, jewelry and electronics here.
What are popular souvenirs, gifts and keepsakes? Visitors shop for myrtlewood, blown glass, tie dye and textile arts, University of Oregon souvenirs, local wine and beer, antiques and running gear.
Already home but wish you had bought more? Find made-in-Eugene gifts and gourmet foods online!
Where to Shop in Eugene, Cascades & Coast
- There are two large indoor shopping malls. Eugene's Valley River Center is anchored by Macy's, Sports Authority, J.C. Penny and Regal Cinemas. Springfield's Gateway Mall is anchored by Target, Cabela's, Sears, Kohl's, CineMark 17 and Movies 12.
- There are two high-end boutique shopping centers in Eugene. The Fifth Street Public Market is downtown and includes an international food court, wine tasting and many unique shops. Oakway Center is located in the Ferry Street Bridge area and includes stores like Pottery Barn, White House Black Market and Chicos.
- The best antique shopping is in Eugene, Springfield, Coburg and Florence. Throughout the region there are many clothing, furniture and household resale stores, including the locally-based St. Vincent de Paul charitable thrift.
- The best places to find University of Oregon merchandise, made-in-Oregon gifts and local souvenirs include the Adventure Center in Springfield and The Duck Store.
- Colorful and fun shopping districts include Historic Old Town Florence. This riverfront town is the perfect place to pick up some salt water taffy or an ice cream cone while browsing unique mom and pop shops. Every weekend, May through October, Old Town Florence hosts an outdoor market.
- Some of the most memorable and satisfying shopping adventures are had at the many farmers' markets across the region. The renowned Saturday Market in Eugene is the largest and longest running outdoor craft fair. Shop for tie dye, toe rings and rainbow windsocks!