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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


Creswell

Discover the friendly community of Creswell, Oregon bordering the outskirts of south Eugene. With its notable golf course, an esteemed farm-to-fork dining scene and its proximity to Oregon Wine Country, this small town is a serene getaway for travelers, campers and adventurers.

Signature Experiences

  • Romp with the kids at Garden Lake Park featuring a pavilioned interpretative center and monument to the Applegate Trail.
  • Join the festivities at Creswell's beloved Fourth of July parade and at their holiday tree lighting event.
  • Enjoy a family-style meal or bakery lunch at Creswell Bakery, one of the region's premier farm-to-table restaurants.
  • Cycle the scenic country roads past pastures of sheep, orchards and vineyards.
  • Visit alpaca farms, like Hum Sweet Hum and Aragon Alpacas
  • Sip wine in a historic red barn at a nearby winery.
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Stay Close By

Creswell is the most convenient place to stay when Eugene - Springfield is bustling with activity. Just fifteen minutes south on Interstate 5, the local hotels offer clean, comfortable rooms with easy, quick access to most metro destinations.

Many people pass through Creswell on their way to camping and outdoor ramblings across the Willamette Valley. Creswell is close to waterfall hikes, covered bridges, alpaca farms, ranches and two wineries, Abbelone Vineyard and Saginaw Vineyard. And just down the road, a little further south, is Cottage Grove - another small town to explore.

Fly In

Sure, you can drive or cycle to Creswell - it's right off Interstate 5 and along the scenic Highway 99, only minutes south of Eugene - but it's far more fun to fly in! Creswell is home to one of the finest municipal airports in the Northwest. In addition to catering to many private planes, Hobby Field serves an experimental aircraft group, a sky diving company and flight school.

  

Top Creswell Attractions

Take a swing at this championship golf course where the UO Ducks play.

Fourth of July Parade
Fourth of July Celebration

This is a flag waving, candy-tossing, band marching, all out American parade.

Start your wine tasting tour in the vineyards around Creswell.

Fly in and out of this popular hobbyist airport, home to sky diving and experimental craft.