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Experience a Cozy Getaway Close to Home

Published: July 01, 2020

Eugene, OR - Eager to get out and have an amazing summer experience? The Eugene, Cascades & Coast region has you covered with an exciting list of lodging choices that will fit your budget, keep your family safe and create lifelong memories.

Is your family feeling boxed in after months hanging around the house? We have a change of scenery that will leave you refreshed and create memories of fun times together. Whether it's a quiet, secluded bed & breakfast, a lodge overlooking a river or lake or hotel with a pool, Travel Lane County's partners are offering getaways all summer.  Our Book Direct link allows quick access to lodging properties that have availability, amenities that your family can expect and important rate information to allow you to chose something to fit your budget.

Area hotels have been working hard to ensure you have a safe stay and these actions are outlined in this conversation with Hyatt Place General Manager Bob Jager.  Select a hotel where you can relax, that offers swimming or hot tubbing, or provides access to dining, shopping or recreation. Need some help coming up with ideas on what sounds fun? Our staff put together a blog titled Enjoy a Eugene-Springfield Staycation to get your juices flowing. 

Local B&Bs provide a personalized touch and homey environment with delicious local fare. Snuggle up in a cozy, historic lighthouse keeper's home, find a romantic bed and breakfast in the midst of Oregon Wine Country, on a sustainable valley farm, or on a quiet street of a small mountain town. A completely different lodging experience happens when your stay includes a home cooked meal.

Wake up nestled beside giant Douglas fir trees, sweeping sand dunes, scenic lakes or rushing rivers. An overnight stay in a lodge or cabin provides access to hike nature trails, soak in hot mineral-spring-fed pools, swing a golf club or launch a kayak. Outfitters can set you up to paddle, float, fish, water ski or mountain bike. Enjoy meals in the lodge dining room or cook in your own kitchen. Whether you choose a lodge in the Cascades or lakefront cabins on a coastal lake, you're sure to come away refreshed and rejuvenated.

Campgrounds and RV parks are easily accessible throughout the Eugene, Cascades & Coast region and offer a perfect "socially distant" staycation for your family. With facility right off Interstate 5, Highway 101 (Oregon Coast) or Highway 126 (Cascades), it's easy to pop up a tent at one of Oregon's pristine state parks or at a private rustic resort. Maybe your camping is more about "glamping" and whether you own your motor coach or just plan to rent an RV for vacation, you'll discover Oregon's friendly RV community and a very special way to experience the local attractions. Many campgrounds offer great amenities including swimming bays, pools, marinas, boat rentals, fishing, horse shoes, sand volleyball courts, hiking trails and more. 

Enjoy a Lane County staycation and start your experience at EugeneCascadesCoast.org/hotels/.  

Author: Andy Vobora

Vice-President of Stakeholder Relations, Travel Lane County
541.743.8770; 800.547.5445

Andy@EugeneCascadesCoast.org

Travel Lane County markets and promotes the Eugene, Cascades and Coast region as a destination for travel, conventions, sports, meetings and events. It serves as a private, nonprofit association dedicated to economic development through visitor spending, which pumped more than $676 million into Lane County, Oregon's economy in 2017. EugeneCascadesCoast.org