Things to Do in Junction City

Junction City is an RVing destination with its high concentration of RV service providers and products. Buy, rent or service your RV in town, then head out on Territorial Highway to explore local wineries and farms. If repairs or customizations require a few days, book tee times at nearby golf courses or shop for golf gear at one of the largest on course pro-shops in the nation. In town there is a museum, several parks, restaurants and boutique shops. 

Just a short drive east of Junction City, discover the tiny town of Coburg, chock full of antique stores. To the south of Junction City is Fern Ridge Reservoir, perfect for boating and birding. And of course, just twenty minutes away is Eugene with its abundant shopping and activities.

Junction City Events

Junction City's most famous event is the Scandinavian Festival which draws thousands of visitors throughout the region every August. Celebrating the town's strong Scandinavian heritage, Junction City is transformed into a charming old world town complete with windmills, ethnic dress, traditional dancing and Scandinavian food.

Spring blooms in Junction City with the Daffodil Drive and Festival. Drive along miles of beautiful daffodils and watch, or partake, in a parade of classic cars. In the winter, the Parade of Lights livens up the city streets as families line the sidewalks to see lighted floats.

Gene and Lisa Bennett moved from San Diego, California to an 85 acre (34 ha) farm in Cheshire, Oregon to begin their own wine making… More Info
Estate Grown, Willamette Valley Wines is what Benton-Lane Winery lives and breathes. From silky Pinot-Noirs, luscious Chardonnay and fruity… More Info
Brigadoon Wine Company is a multi-generational family enterprise growing Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, Riesling, and quality Oregon rootstock on… More Info
The Courtyard on Sixth is a unique shopping experience located in Junction City. As a community of over 30 local vendors, each one offers… More Info
Local convenience stores offering quick and healthy foods, a variety of sundries, money orders, phone cards, ATMs, lottery tickets and fresh… More Info
Five Fourteen Vineyards offers estate grown wines in the Willamette Valley. They produce Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Reisling. Their tasting… More Info
Enjoy handcrafted wines at High Pass Winery, nestled in the valley side of the Coast Mountains. Proprietor Dieter Boehm started the vineyard… More Info
Located in the green, grassy fields of Monroe, Original Goat Yoga & Goat Happy Hour at No Regrets Farm & Sanctuary is the perfect place to… More Info
A boutique winery and tasting room, specializing in small lots of high-end Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris not sold in stores. With their many… More Info
Located in the foothills of Oregon's Coastal Mountains, this vineyard has been family owned and operated since 1988. Owners Mike and Merry… More Info
Regional visitor center. Economic development information and tourism headquarters for the Junction City and Harrisburg area.… More Info
Proprietors Wendy Golish and Jim McGavin purchased Walnut Ridge in 2000 after a four year search for the perfect Willamette Valley site for… More Info
Step back in time by visiting Junction City's two historic home museums or by taking the self-guided walking tour. Brochures and headsets… More Info
Lake Creek Falls comprises a series of small waterfalls, part of which mimics a long ramp before plunging 10 ft (3 m). Thus, known as the… More Info
Lake Creek is a tributary for the Siuslaw River. Flowing 30 miles from Triangle Lake, the river offers kayakers up to Class III whitewater.… More Info
Lake Creek Falls Watchable Wildlife and Recreation Site is right past Triangle Lake on Highway 36. Natural "rock slides" create a cascading… More Info
This beautiful river passes through Veneta to Monroe. It is a tributary to the Willamette River. It is 57 miles (92 km).… More Info
At Papa Murphy's, they are more than just pizza. Famous for their take 'n' bake pizzas, Papa Murphy's takes pride in serving delicious pizza… More Info
Nestled in the lush forest of the Coast Range, Triangle Lake is named for its shape. A developed day use park provides boat access and… More Info