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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


Event Resource Guide

2020 Olympic Team Trials - Track and Field

Welcome athletes, officials and enthusiasts!

We are thrilled to welcome the U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Track and Field back to the Eugene, Cascades & Coast region! Our staff at Travel Lane County and the Sports Commission are here to assist visitors and provide resources and information for participants, staff, and fans.

This digital event resource guide is designed to be a centralized location for important event related information and a gateway to resources to make the most of your trip and enjoy the destination in-between competition.

Navigation

Choose your adventure! Use the below links to navigate to different sections of the resource guide.

Visitor Information

Visit us to pick up a a visitor guide, grab maps of Eugene, Springfield and surrounding areas, get tips on things to do and see in the area from our knowledgeable staff, and purchase locally made gifts, souvenirs and park passes.

MAP IT

Eugene, Cascades & Coast Visitor Center

  • 754 Olive St, Eugene OR 97401
  • P: 541.484.5307

The Eugene, Cascades & Coast Visitor Information Center is open Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Saturday - Sunday from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

2020-21 Visitor Guide cover shots by Melanie Griffin

Need Visitor Guides?

Are you a local business in need of visitor guides or maps? Contact info@eugenecascadescoast.org to order or stop by the Visitor Center in downtown Eugene to pick up a supply.

Competition

Plan ahead and don't miss out on any of the competition action! The below resources will provide an overview of the competition schedule, ticket availability, and venue overview (map, parking, prohibited items, etc.).

Tickets are required to access the Fan Festival and adjacent venues.

Ticket Information and Competition Schedule

Competition Schedule

To view the full competition schedule, click the below button.

 
Ticketing Information

For the most up-to-date ticketing information and policies for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Track & Field, click the below link to the official event website.

 
Venue Information

To view the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Track & Field Stadium Map, click the below button.

 

U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Track & Field by TrackTown USA

The newly renovated Hayward Field at the University of Oregon is a world-class track & field facility. Completed in 2020, the venue… More Info
Spectator Information

The 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Track & Field Spectator Guide will provide spectators with the important venue information they will need while attending the event. Click the below button for information on park & ride shuttle options, prohibited items, the fan code of conduct, venue maps, etc.

Transportation

Easily navigate your way to and from the event using the transportation resources below.

TrackTown Bus by Janelle Breedlove

Spectator Park & Ride Shuttle

A park & ride shuttle with be provided for spectators of the U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Track & Field. The park and ride is conveniently located at Valley River Center, 293 Valley River Center, Eugene, OR 97401. The shuttle will drop on 13th Ave & Agate, near Hayward Field at the University of Oregon. The shuttle will run every 10-15 minutes. For additional information and to view the complete shuttle schedule, please click the below button.

EMX LTD bus stop

 

Local Bus Information

Lane Transit District (LTD) serves the Eugene - Springfield metro area. All public buses are accessible with wheelchair lifts and are bike-friendly. Click the below button to learn more in their official visitor guide.

Mural on McDonald Theater by Ben Schorzman
From the public bus to bicycles, find the best ways to get around without a car.… More Info
Hop on one of those big blue bikes that you see all over downtown Eugene and across the UO campus… More Info
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Maps

Inside Hayward Field

 
Spectator Maps

Event specific maps for spectators can be found in the official 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Track & Field Spectator Guide. Click the below button to view spectator specific event related maps.

Area Maps

Get the lay of the land and navigate the area like a local! Utilize these handy area map resources.

Visitor Map
Find bicycle maps and maps of the Eugene, Cascades & Oregon Coast region. … More Info

Dining 

Whether you've worked up an appetite cheering from the stands or competing on the field, Eugene and Springfield's vibrant culinary scene is ready to welcome you. Choose from a variety of different cuisines and local PNW flavors. Click on the "Guide to Late Night Dining" blog to find restaurants open after 9 p.m.

     

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No matter where you are in Eugene, you are never far from a delicious, Instagram-worthy latté.… More Info
Danang Food Truck by Melanie Griffin
Explore the region's best restaurants, food courts and food trucks. Browse our dining guide for suggestions… More Info

Eugene Neighborhoods

Explore the communities around Hayward Field.

Adjacent to downtown Eugene, the Market District neighborhood is a premiere destination to eat, shop, and play. Enjoy one-of-a-kind dining experiences in their many public eateries, restaurants, and gourmet market. Shop the latest fashions and find local gifts for everyone. Explore the many unique shops and boutiques, such as the Made in Oregon store for uniquely Oregon gifts and goods, Pendleton Woolen Mills, Will Leather Goods for hand-made quality leather items, and the newly opened Nike by Eugene. While you shop, be sure to make time to play and enjoy wine and craft brew tastings with friends at the many tasting room locations located within the district.

Off-the-Track Adventures

Perhaps nothing can compete with the energy and excitement of watching athletes compete to be on Team U.S.A. But you don't have to venture far from Hayward Field to discover some world-class experiences. After a day of competition, make the time to explore the area. Take a dune buggy tour of the sand dunes on the coast, hike to roaring waterfalls in the mountains or just indulge in incredibly good food and drink dished up in the metro centers or the region's many small communities. Take your group river rafting, rock climbing, wine tasting or shopping at one of the unique markets.

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Eugene combines its urban arts, entertainment and dining scene with abundant natural landscapes… More Info
If you’ve been hearing about TrackTown USA lately, it’s for good reason. Eugene has long been an… More Info
Hosted Runs

Join fellow runners and explore the many trails and running paths of Track Town USA during these hosted runs.

Things To Do

Exclusive Adventures & Deals

With the Olympic Trials at Hayward Field in Eugene, there are all kinds of special activities, deals and events offered. Enjoy fun ways to explore the community. Several adventures are highlighted below, view more limited time offers and deals on Things to Do page.

Party on the Plaza Dance Group by Melanie Griffin
See ALL the events happening from the Oregon Coast to the Cascade Mountains.… More Info

Accessibility

Eugene has consistently been recognized as an inclusive community and we strive to enhance universal access to our region's many natural wonders, public facilities and lodging. Lane Independent Living Alliance (LILA) outlines our local Blue Path of ADA compliant and disability-friendly businesses.

Accessible Path by Michael Kevin Daly
Discover the most accessible parks and paths for outdoor recreation. … More Info
Robert Canaga Art at Florence Fest by Michael Sherman
Enjoy performances, galleries and activities in accessible environments adapted to meet individual needs.… More Info

Safety

Prevention Reminder

"If You See Something, Say Something" and other good tips from the City of Eugene and Eugene Police Department. To view the prevention reminder, click here.

Emergency and Support Services

In the case of an emergency, call 911. To reach the Eugene Police non-emergency line, please call 541.682.5111.

In Downtown Eugene and need assistance? The City of Eugene has a network of support staff that is available to assist. For information about Downtown Guides, Park Block Hosts, and Downtown Ambassadors, click here.

Local Area Hospitals
A 113-bed full service acute care hospital offering 24/7 Emergency Department with Level III trauma center. Services include cardiac,… More Info
A regional medical and Level II trauma center, on two campuses in the University District and at RiverBend. National recognition for… More Info

Contact

Visitor Information & Assistance

Need help planning your Eugene, Cascades & Coast adventure? Give us a call at 541.484.5307 and speak to one of our staff members that specialize in adventure planning.

Event Specific

Do you have event specific questions that were not answered here? Visit the official event website below to get in contact with TrackTown20 staff.