Travel Lane County
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Adventure Center/Visitor Information: 3312 Gateway St · Springfield OR (Open daily 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.)
Downtown Eugene Visitor Center: 754 Olive St · Eugene OR (Open Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.)
Mailing Address: PO Box 10286 · Eugene OR 97440 s

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2016 Halloween


Pumpkins by SoromundiMany local farms offer U-pick pumpkin patches. Some farms even host season-long harvest festivals complete with corn mazes; apple cider; petting zoos and train, tractor or hayrides.


Haymaze by Lisa LawtonThe Heceta Head Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast has tantalizing lore retold by locals and if you are brave enough, it's a charming and genteel Halloween overnight.

But a better bet for getting spooked is the haunted hayride past the 1910 Tomseth House in Dorris Ranch. The nighttime ramble through the filbert orchard is chock-full of zombies, ghosts, mummies and historic figures eager to reach out and touch you.

Or add some milder excitement to a lovely, leafy autumn hike! Nearby Nature features an annual children's haunted hike in Alton Baker Park, spotlighting nighttime critters from moths to bats. Meander a Jack-o'lantern-lined hiking trail at the height of Oregon's fall foliage.


Halloween Trick or TreatingOn October 31, regional shopping districts, indoor malls, community centers and city programs commonly coordinate safer trick or treating environments for children. Popular destinations include Fifth Street Public Market and Valley River Center.

Kids can collect candy, enjoy Halloween decorations, participate in costume contests or watch pumpkin carving.