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Holiday Gift Guide — Oregon Style

Published: October 30, 2018

Shop Local, Shop Oregon! Along with exquisite artisan gifts from the Holiday Market, local products from Made In Oregon and fan gear from The Duck Store, discover local, Oregon-made gifts and souvenirs at the Adventure Center in Springfield and share a little bit of Oregon with your family and friends!

Capital Christmas Tree Ornament from Visitor Center

Commemorative Capital Christmas Tree Ornaments

Did you know the huge Christmas tree at the U.S. Capital in Washington, D.C. is coming from Oregon in 2018? In fact, it is from our very own Willamette National Forest. Celebrate with this one-of-a-kind commemorative glass ornament, handcrafted right here in Eugene. Each ornament comes boxed for only $10.

Visitor Center Hazelnuts


Oregon is famous for its hazelnuts and these come straight from the orchard in three styles: chocolate-covered; salted caramel-coated; and roasted and salted, in 4 oz and 8 oz bags. 

Visitor Center chocolates & truffles from Euphoria Chocolate

Pinot Noir Truffles

Enjoy these delectable truffles from Eugene's own Euphoria Chocolate Company. Handcrafted in dark or milk chocolate with local Willamette Valley Pinot Noir wine, these 4-piece boxed truffles make wonderful stocking stuffers and hostess gifts. Chocolate bars wrapped in artwork depicting local sights also available. 

Visitor Center Glass Straws - Morton Creative

Hand-torched Glass Straw

These beautiful eco-friendly straws are decorated with colorful glass droplets and come in two sizes, straight 8" or bent 10". Made from shatter-resistant Pyrex, they are durable and even come with their own cleaning brush. Keep them in your car or office and never use disposable straws again!

These and many other gift items, including Crippen PNW decals, t-shirts, sweatshirts and hats, mounted photographs by local artist Dayna Law, and a wide array of souvenirs can be found at the Adventure Center and the Visitor Center in Downtown Eugene. For more Oregon-style gift inspiration browse our list of local retailers and gift stores. Happy shopping!

Author: Taj Barnhart Morgan

Taj Barnhart Morgan is the Director of Content Strategy for Travel Lane County. A journalism graduate from the University of Oregon, Taj has two decades of special event management and hospitality marketing experience in San Diego, CA and Maui, HI. Passionate about mothering, and back to her Oregon roots, she is discovering the Eugene, Cascades & Coast region all over again through the eyes of her daughter.