If it's vintage, you'll find it in Coburg! This tiny historic town is adjacent to Eugene - Springfield, right off Interstate 5. Coburg is best known for its antique shops, collectibles and country crafts. This is a great place to buy quilts or find treasured household goods with a story.
Coburg is on the National Register of Historic Places as a National Historic District with over 187 sites and structures. A walking tour of 20 historic houses can be picked up at the Coburg City Hall. The community's delightful 1800s architecture, coupled with the surrounding farmland and access to fantastic outdoor recreation makes Coburg an attractive destination for visitors. From here, cycle country roads, visit wine country tasting rooms, stop at nearby u-pick farms and shop roadside farm stands. Enjoy an afternoon on the banks of the beautiful McKenzie River at Armitage County Park, which is one end point of the Willamette Valley Scenic Bikeway.
Nostalgic events are what Coburg does best! Set against a backdrop of historic buildings and antique shops, recapture that old-fashioned spirit in this town. The annual Coburg Antique Fair features food, fun and antique vendors selling vintage furniture and collectibles.
The Coburg Golden Years Festival presents a pie eating contest, pony rides, a talent show and a small town parade. The Coburg Car Classic, with car show and rally, culminates with a chicken barbecue and a 50s street dance! Other great events include the Coburg Quilt Show & Tea, Heritage Day and the Christmas Light Parade.
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Escape to the enchanting town of Coburg for a slower pace and plenty of fresh air. Historic Coburg offers the quintessential small-town experience, nestled among Willamette Valley farms and the beautiful Coburg Hills. Just minutes from Eugene and the University of Oregon, Coburg is conveniently located along the Interstate 5 corridor, yet this country town feels separate and tranquil.