(0)
Share
Visitors Guide Thumbnail
Plan your trip to Eugene, Cascades & Coast.
Spotlight

Things to Do

Willamette River Catch and Release by Greg YamadaAs a gateway community to the great outdoors, Springfield is a wonderful destination for fishing and hiking. The community is also home to the largest outdoor retailer.

Springfield's beautiful riverfront parks and robust recreation centers host programs for all ages and abilities. A hub of family-friendly attractions; Springfield offers the The Shoppes at Gateway, pizza parlors, a roller rink, art galleries, and movie and performing arts theaters.

Show Map
<< <
1-15of22
> >>
Featured

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 hazards.) Cycle, run or walk

Clearwater Ln,  Springfield  OR  97478 
P: 541.736.4544

Featured

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 include transportation, tasting

418 A St Ste 218,  Springfield  OR  97477 
P: 541.946.3446

Featured

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. The ranch is a popular spot

205 Dorris St,  Springfield  OR  97477 
P: 541.736.4544

Featured

Non-profit center for visual arts holds classes for children and adults, ongoing members' shows, monthly special exhibits featuring regional artists and groups, the National Juried Fine Arts

500 Main St,  Springfield  OR  97477 
P: 541.726.8595

Featured

Shop for locally-made merchandise and Oregon souvenirs at this friendly and welcoming visitor information center. From fine wine and beer to t-shirts, UO Duck memorabilia and artists' pieces; the

3312 Gateway St,  Springfield  OR  97477 
P: 541.484.5307

Featured

The Reds semi-professional soccer team is Eugene - Springfield's first amateur community club. Formed in 2013 with aspirations to become professional, the Reds play their home games at Willamalane

100 E Broadway,  Eugene  OR  97401 
P: 541.393.9091

Featured

The striking Richard E. Wildish Community Theater intimately seats 281 and provides an affordable and extraordinarily flexible venue for dance, drama, concerts, recitals, rehearsals, travelogues,

630 Main St,  Springfield  OR  97477 
P: 541.868.0689

Featured

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 and play water basketball.

6100 Thurston Rd,  Springfield  OR  97478 
P: 541.736.4244

Featured

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. Featuring over 100 floats,

PO Box 599,  Springfield  OR  97477 
P: 541.988.0955

Featured

Located in Springfield's historic downtown antique shopping district in the 1911 Oregon Power Company substation. The Springfield Museum features historical and artistic exhibits, rotated monthly in

590 Main St,  Springfield  OR  97477 
P: 541.726.2300

Featured

Marketplace@Sprout! is a year-round indoor/outdoor farmers’ market open every Friday from 3 - 7 p.m. in Springfield. The market is held in a beautifully renovated historic church. It showcases the

418 A St,  Springfield  OR  97477 
P: 541.345.7106

Featured

Springfield's newly remodeled premier shopping destination. Featuring Cabela's, Target, Hobby Lobby, Ulta, Ross Dress for Less, Sears, Kohl's and a children's play area. Cinemark 17 movie theater

3000 Gateway St,  Springfield  OR  97477 
P: 541.747.6294

Featured

This 97,000-square-foot event center features six basketball/volleyball courts, four indoor tennis courts, rock walls, roller derby, fitness center, youth center, meeting rooms, indoor movie screen

250 S 32nd St,  Springfield  OR  97478 
P: 541.736.4544

Featured

The Willamalane Park and Recreation District maintains and operates 43 parks and natural areas, five recreation facilities, an indoor water park, a historic filbert (hazelnut) farm, 13 waterfront

250 S 32nd St,  Springfield  OR  97478 
P: 541.736.4544

Featured

The Adams Bridge was originally built spanning the Mohawk River in 1903. It was replaced in 1938 for $2,449, at a length of 75 feet (23 m) and renamed "Earnest" after a longtime local resident. The

Paschelke Rd,  Marcola  OR  97454 

<< <
1-15of22
> >>