Cottage Grove Covered Bridge Tour
Traveling north on your way to Eugene for the Governor’s Conference? Explore the Cottage Grove and Creswell area for a taste of local history and small town charm.
Here are just a few places you don't want to miss on a stop in Cottage Grove and Creswell:
- Cottage Theater, a state-of-the-art facility presents 6-8 productions annually and is just off I-5.
- The famous Buster’s Main Street Café and classic bottle shop, is housed in a 100 year old hotel once home to buster Keaton.
- Coast Fork Feed and The Brewstation features 12 taps and growler fills with live music on Friday and Saturday.
- Territorial Seed Company is a gardener's utopia and many of their plants and seeds are grown locally.
- Saginaw Vineyards offers estate varietals and fruit wines from it's quaint tasting room housed in an old red barn.
- Stop at acclaimed Creswell Bakery for authentic northwest breakfast, lunch or bakery fare.
Once in Eugene, don’t miss a stop at the Shelton McMurphey Johnson House. On April 13 they will be hosting a tea with baked goods from local bakery Elegant Elephant, which specializes in gluten-free baking. Reserve your ticket online.
Insider Tip: Stay for a production of “The Sound of Music” at Cottage Theater and receive at $10 discount by calling the Cottage Theater for reservations and using discount code: DO-RE-MI.
Want to see more waterfalls, covered bridges and wine country? Follow this Cottage Grove itinerary for more ideas.