Sports fans, athletes and event staff can find convenient affordable accommodations throughout the Eugene, Cascades & Coast region.
Search our database for hotels, dorms, camps and other lodging near venerable sports stadiums and fields, training facilities, golf courses and outdoor natural venues. Whether it's surfing in the Pacific Ocean, running a marathon in Eugene or snowboarding in the Cascades there's always room for adventure! We welcome athletes from around the world every day of the year.
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A Eugene hotel with individually decorated, clean and cozy units. Located near the University of Oregon, stadium, hospital, Hult Center and within walking distance of a MORE >>
'Urban Signature' is upscale downtown living that exudes modern elegance offering 2 large bedrooms, open loft/office space, garage & a fenced yard. 'Urban Signature' is MORE >>
This Cottage Grove hotel has beautiful, cozy guest rooms with private garden patios. Deluxe rooms feature down comforters, fireplace, microwave and refrigerator. Fourteen MORE >>
Thirteen cabins nestled on the beautiful McKenzie River and Marten Creek. All cabins have a BBQ on the deck and fully equipped kitchens. Two of the cabins are located MORE >>
Year-round, clothing-optional RV/tent resort. Lodge includes restrooms, showers, sauna, spa, exercise equipment and game tables. Year-round pool, hot-tub, tennis, MORE >>
Salmon Creek Road #24, four miles (6 km) east of Oakridge off Highway 58. ADA accessible. Picnicking, kayaking. There is a small 5-10 foot (1.5-3 m) drop in the river. MORE >>
Fourteen miles (22 km) south of Oakridge from Hwy 58, off Road #21. ADA accessible. Hiking, group picnic area. Water available. MORE >>
Thirty-one miles (50 km) east of Oakridge from Highway 58, on Waldo Lake Roads #5897 and #5896. Group area - no maximum group size. Picnicking, hiking, non-motorized MORE >>
Skookum Creek Campground is a popular starting point for backcountry fishing, hiking or horse use. The Erma Bell Lakes Trail starts here and is a portal into the Three MORE >>