Things to Do in Springfield

Springfield makes an ideal basecamp for exploring the region's two beautiful rivers, the Willamette and McKenzie, and the lovely riverfront parks and paths that line their banks. A hub of family-friendly attractions, Springfield offers the The Shoppes at Gateway, craft breweries and a food & beer hall, art galleries, movie and performing arts theaters and the Unofficial Simpsons Tour

This historic hub in downtown Springfield is a thriving shopping and dining district.… More Info
This 97,000-square-foot event center features six basketball/volleyball courts, four indoor tennis courts, rock walls, roller derby, fitness… More Info
Celeste Watch Company creates watches that will stand out and be cherished for years to come. It’s one of two women-owned and operated watch… More Info
Clearwater Park encompasses 65-acres in Springfield, located on the Middle Fork of the Willamette River with easy access for paddlesports,… More Info
Curtis Restaurant Equipment offers a showroom in Springfield that is open to the public. The showroom offers professional grade food service… More Info
Deep Roots Cannabis is a quality focused craft cannabis store. They focus on sharing their knowledge with the community to help people make… More Info
The nation's oldest commercial filbert (hazelnut) farm, Dorris Ranch is a popular location for walking, bird-watching and special events.… More Info
The Emerald Art Center is a non-profit center for visual arts holds classes for children and adults, ongoing members' shows, monthly special… More Info
Ready for a fun adventure? You will work with your group to find clues, solve puzzles and search for hidden messages to reach your goal in… More Info
Fourteen-acre Island Park faces the Willamette River in downtown Springfield, connected to miles of bike paths and riverfront parkland. It… More Info
Island Park is located right on the Willamette River and features a boat ramp, picnic tables available for rental, an outdoor amphitheater… More Info
Lane United FC is a soccer club based in Eugene/Springfield, Oregon. The Reds play in the Northwest Division of USL League Two (USL2), the… More Info
You’ll find an 8,000-square-foot playground, two large-group picnic shelters, sand volleyball, a nature trail and an almost 4-acre dog park… More Info
This well maintained 4 mile (6.4 km) multi-use path can be accessed from either Dorris Ranch or Clearwater Park. The 10 foot wide paved path… More Info
This 2.7 mile (4.3 km) multi-use paved path runs from downtown Springfield along the historic Springfield Mill Race and connects to the… More Info
This 2.7 mile (4.3 km) multi-use paved path runs from downtown Springfield along the historic Springfield Mill Race and connects to the… More Info
Oregon Axe is a 12 and older axe throwing lounge in downtown Springfield's Booth Kelly Entertainment District. Book your reservation and… More Info
On the side of the Emerald Art Center, this tribute to the pioneers was painted by Ann Woodruff Murray in 1993.… More Info
The striking Richard E. Wildish Community Theater intimately seats 281 and provides an affordable and extraordinarily flexible venue for… More Info
Designed by The Simpsons' creator Matt Groening and Julius Preite. Installed by the Old City Artists in 2014 on the side of the Emerald Art… More Info
Oregon's premiere indoor water park offers year-round fun. Surf the waves, enjoy the family play pools and kiddie pool, ride the waterslide,… More Info
Located in Springfield's historic downtown antique shopping district in the 1911 Oregon Power Company substation. The Springfield Museum… More Info
Springfield's newly remodeled premier shopping destination. Featuring Cabela's, Target, Hobby Lobby, Ulta, Ross Dress for Less, Sears,… More Info
Just east of Springfield, the Thurston Hills Natural Area offers five trails with three mixed-use trails perfect for local hiking, with the… More Info
Just east of Springfield, the Thurston Hills Natural Area offers five trails with three mixed-use trails perfect for local hiking, with the… More Info
On the backside of the Emerald Art Center, this mural was painted by Springfield High School students with artist Capelo in 2004.… More Info
Urban Lumber Co is a family-owned company specializing in fine handcrafted furnishings and large live edge slabs from sustainably salvaged… More Info
This lively community center next to Island Park is your place to discover, create and connect. Willamalane Adult Activity Center provides… More Info
Dorris Ranch is a superb one-stop birding location. A 258-acre, working filbert farm, Dorris Ranch is part of the Springfield Community… More Info
Willamalane Park and Recreation District maintains and operates 46 parks and natural areas, five recreation facilities, an indoor water… More Info
Fun and fitness for the whole family awaits at the new indoor swim center. The center features eight-lane lap pool, deepwater pool, water… More Info
Willamalane Skatepark is in Springfield, OR. A large street-oriented outdoor cement skatepark, this park has a variety of ledges, stairs and… More Info
Created by A3 students in the summer of 2008.… More Info
Painted in 2001, this mural is collaboration of work by Gateway, Springfield and Thurston High Schools led by artist Alison McNair. The… More Info
This two-story mural on the east stucco wall of the Odd Fellows Building (currently home to Plank Town Brewing Company) commemorates author… More Info
Painted in 1991 by artist Ann Woodruff Murray, this mural showcases the McKenzie River.… More Info
Painted in 2010 to commemorate Springfield's 125th year by students from A3 and Springfield High School, overseen by artists Alison McNair,… More Info
Painted in 1993 on the back of the Springfield Museum by Thurston High School Students.… More Info
Painted in 1992 by Patrick Curtis on the west wall of Erica's Meat Market.… More Info
Painted in 2014 by Mike Rickard, this giant eagle with the proclamation "One Nation Under God" covers the west wall of the Mothership Salon.… More Info
A mosaic masterpiece gracing Lane Transit District's (LTD) Main Station in Springfield. Created in 2004 by Mary Beth Llorens.… More Info
The Adams Bridge was originally built spanning the Mohawk River in 1903. It was replaced in 1938 for $2,449, at a length of 75 feet (23 m)… More Info
Painted by Rachel Mandala in May 2013.… More Info
Painted on the back of Wynant's Family Health Foods in the summer of 2013 by artist Bri Powers.… More Info
On one side of the "Head Space" smoke shop, this brilliantly colored mural was painted by Capsel Rock and Dylan "Kauz" Freeman.… More Info
Birdwatch at 21 Springfield birding sites. The sites include Willamette Heights, Dorris Ranch, Jasper Pond, Clearwater Park, Volunteer Park,… More Info
A gigantic 62-foot tall laser-cut stainless steel sculpture. Created by Portland artist Devin Laurence Field at the cost of $236,000.… More Info
During the Vietnam War, 63 military personnel from Lane County lost their lives. They are honored at this Springfield veterans' memorial on… More Info
NOTE: Yew Haw and Acer Spades Trails are closed for the rainy season and will reopen in late Spring. Just east of Springfield, the Thurston… More Info
The Washburne Historic District in Springfield was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. It covers over 29 blocks… More Info
Built in 1938, Wendling Covered Bridge spans Mill Creek with a length of 60 feet (18 m). This picturesque bridge is tucked up in the Cascade… More Info