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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

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Chase Waterfalls

Immerse yourself in nature's astounding beauty on a romp across the Eugene, Cascades & Coast region. It is sure to rejuvenate your soul.

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McCredie Hot Springs by Natalie InouyeAhhh... who needs a bubble bath when nature provides its own soothing remedy to life's little stresses. Soak up to your chin in hot mineral pools with a forest backdrop and the accompaniment of birdsong.

McCredie Hot Springs outside of Oakridge offers an untethered nature-lovers' experience, while Terwilliger (Cougar) Hot Springs, near the McKenzie River, bubbles up into six natural and scenic pools subject to moderate park rules. The idyllic Belknap Hot Springs Resort and campground on the banks of the McKenzie River features two hot spring-fed swimming pools for a more conventional swim. Day passes for the lower pool and locker rooms are available.


Wonders of the Forest by Rick FaberHiking and mountain biking trails crisscross the region from the Cascade Mountains to the Oregon Coast. Trek to panoramic vistas, parallel rushing waters or dance across wide-open beaches. Dabble on legendary hiking trails like the Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail (PCT) or the McKenzie River National Recreation Trail (MRT). Enjoy pleasant strolls along the paved pathways of Cottage Grove's Row River National Recreation Trail and Eugene - Springfield's Ruth Bascom Riverbank Path System. Or skirt massive sand dunes through coastal wetlands flush with wildlife on the Siltcoos Lake Trail.


Lower Linton Falls by Jim DopkusHike with a camera because Oregon's lush trails promise spectacular waterfalls around many a bend. However, you don't have to lace up your boots to see some of the region's best cascades.

Oregon's second highest waterfall, Salt Creek Falls, is just 50 yards (46 m) from the parking lot with a wheelchair accessible viewing platform. Same with Sahalie Falls, another spectacular splash down. Proxy Falls' family-friendly hike rewards you with two waterfalls. And for those seeking a challenge, why not hike behind Trestle Creek Falls to its second tier? Or take the wily back roads to stunning Kentucky Falls?

Koosah Falls by Sarah Kobel Marquette
Out of the dozens of waterfalls across the region, these seven magnificent waterfalls rank best… More Info
Hiking Aufderheide by Natalie Inouye
From RV packages to add-in golf excursions, embellish your waterfall excursion with fun forays across the region.… More Info