Eugene and Springfield is full of exciting things to explore. Whether it’s the arts, outdoors or shopping, our community has something for everyone to enjoy. Learn more about just some of the destinations in the area.

Sports and Recreation

Alton Baker Park

Located by the Ferry Street Bridge and Willamette River, this 373 acre park features picnic areas, a dog park and performance space.

Autzen Stadium

With a seating capacity of 54,000, Autzen Stadium is ranked among the nation’s top ten venues to watch college football.

Hayward Field

Hayward Field attracts athletes and coaches from around the world as the only venue to ever host three consecutive U.S. Olympic Trials.

Hendricks Park

Featuring beautiful gardens, Hendricks Park is the oldest park in Eugene.

Matthew Knight Arena

Matthew Knight Arena hosts men’s and women’s basketball as well as large events and concerts.

Mount Pisgah Arboretum

Featuring hiking trails, festivals and a wedding venue, Mount Pisgah Arboretum attracts visitors throughout the year.

PK Park

Constructed in 2009, PK Park provides great views of baseball games and excitement for Duck fans.

Skinner Butte

Named after Eugene Skinner, the founder of Eugene, Skinner Butte features several trails and great views of down town.

Spencer Butte

At an elevation of 2055 feet, Spencer Butte features spectacular views of Eugene and the Southern Willamette Valley.

Willamette River Trail System

The trails run on both sides of the river, weaving through parks, open space, industrial areas and residential neighborhoods.


Cascades Raptor Center

The Cascades Raptor Center treats and rehabilitates over 250 injured and orphaned native raptor species of the Pacific Northwest.

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

Located in the heart of the University of Oregon campus, this historic museum features significant exhibitions and educational programs.

The Museum of Natural and Cultural History

Explore ethnographic and archaeological collections from the Pacific Northwest and around the world.

Shelton McMurphey Johnson House

Looking out over Eugene from Skinner Butte, this “castle on the hill” from 1888 is full of history to explore.


Fifth Street Public Market

Located in the heart of Eugene, Fifth Street Public Market is the home to local cafes, restaurants, boutiques and unique stores.

Oakway Center

Located in the Coburg area, Oakway Center offers both local and national shops and eateries.

The Shoppes at Gateway

Located in Springfield, this mall offers family-style shopping, entertainment and dining.

Valley River Center

This mall in Eugene includes a variety of department stores, clothing stores and dining options.

Performing Arts

Cuthbert Amphitheater

With a capacity of 5000, this venue offers spectacular outdoor live music opportunities.

Hult Center for Performing Arts

Featuring over 700 events and performances year-round, the Hult Center features two music halls and stunning architecture in downtown Eugene.

McDonald Theatre

This theater from 1925 is the platform for various live music events throughout the year.

WOW Hall

WOW Hall features an intimate setting for live music and is also used for classes, rehearsals and recording sessions.

Oregon Contemporary Theater

OCT features comedy, drama and musical theater at its intimate venue throughout the year.