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541.484.5307 · 800.547.5445 · EugeneCascadesCoast.org
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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Constitution Grove
Escape the city lights and recreate under a canopy of towering trees in the Willamette National Forest.
Credit: Natalie Inouye
Salt Creek Falls
The second highest waterfall in Oregon, Salt Creek Falls in the Willamette National Forest takes a stellar 286 feet plunge from top to bottom.
Credit: Traci Williamson
Office Covered Bridge
Oregon's longest covered bridge, the Office Covered Bridge in Westfir, Oregon spans 180 feet.
Credit: David Putzier
Tire Mountain Trail
A good hike with great scenic views, take a forest stroll along the Tire Mountain Trail in the Willamette National Forest.
Credit: Norman Coyer
Brewers Union Local 180
After a hard day of playing in the scenic lands surrounding Oakridge, Oregon, take a break to sip a brew at Brewers Union Local 180.
Credit: Maria Peters
Aufderheide-drive
The Aufderheide scenic byway is the perfect place to enjoy Oregon fall foliage.
Credit: David Putzier
Lowell Covered Bridge during Christmas
Visible from Highway 58, the historic Lowell Covered Bridge spans over Dexter Reservoir and provides an interpretive center with displays on covered bridges in Oregon.
Credit: David Putzier
Goodman Creek
Hike among old-growth forests on the Goodman Creek T.rail
Credit: Thomas Moser
Office Bridge with Cyclists
After a day of mountain biking in the Cascades visitors can begin to unwind by exploring the Office Covered Bridge in Westfir.
Credit: Todd Cooper
Ski Lift at Willamette Pass
Discover the Cascades by riding the ski lift to the top of the mountain to enjoy scenic viewpoints before whisking down snowy slopes.
Credit: Thomas Moser
Skiing Willamette Pass
Enjoy stunning views snow-topped tress on the Cascades from the top of Willamette Pass.
Credit: Thomas Moser
Waldo Lake
Waldo Lake is known as one of the purest lakes in the world and Oregon's second largest lake, behind Crater Lake, making it a natural wonder that visitors don't want to miss!
Credit: Skye Ten Eyck
Fishing the Willamette River
The Willamette River is a haven for fishing enthusiasts with trophy-size bass, Sturgeon, Pacific Halibut, Rainbow Trout, Chinook salmon and the celebrated Steelhead.
Credit: Greg Yamada
Canoeing on Waldo Lake
Being one of the purest lakes in the world, Waldo Lake is a motor-free lake making it the perfect spot for a serene paddling trip.
Credit: Skye Ten Eyck
Waldo Lake
The crystal blue waters of Waldo Lake. One of the clearest lakes in the country!
Credit: Eugene, Cascades & Coast
Scenic Viewpoint at Salt Creek Falls
At the Salt Creek Falls lookout visitors can enjoy views of treetops and evergreen mountains for miles.
Credit: Eugene, Cascades & Coast
Winter Forest
The old-growth forward in the Cascades right outside of Oakridge.
Credit: Eugene, Cascades & Coast