Things To Do

“Eugene is touted as a ‘great city for the arts and outdoors’ for its abundance of arts and culture, passion for sports and recreation, and reputation as “Track Town USA.”  With more ways to cross the river by bike than car and miles of riverside paths, Eugene is consistently ranked as a bike and pedestrian friendly community.” – Travel Lane County

Show Your Bib Program

Eugene, Cascades & Coast’s Show Your Bib program is the best way to capture local discounts throughout Eugene Marathon weekend. Simply show your bib number to participating businesses and you will recieve the discount. This replaces our previous “Featured Restaurants” program, and it is way more efficient. Check out this link for more information on accessing discounts and participating vendors.

Local Eugene Eatery

Fresh, local seafood, berries and cheese. Diverse flavors from around the world. A casual, affordable picnic lunch. All this and more is yours to discover in Eugene, and throughout Lane County.  See the links below for restaurant ideas.

Discover Eugene

Were excited for the feature in the @washingtonpost! There’s no place quite like Track Town, USA. You’ll want to read this before planning your visit to Eugene next spring.

Best of Eugene

Thanks to our friends at The Oregonian for a list of the top 34 things to eat, drink and do on your next visit.

Insider Guide – Brought to you by us!

Visiting from afar?  Check out our “Insider Guide” with staff favorites and fun things to do around town. An oldie but goodie, this is a great read.

Travel Lane County & Visitor’s Guide

Check out the Travel Lane County website for great ideas and tips on things to do while visiting Eugene.  Search the Event Calendar by your travel dates to find out about other fun activities happening in the area!

Welcome to Eugene

When you’re looking for the best activities, restaurants and entertainment in Eugene, check out these recommendations from The Guardian.

The Saturday Market

The first Saturday Market was held on May 9, 1970. It rained, and there were 29 vendors. The Market now has over 800 active members and nearly 300 of these members sell each week, rain or shine. Don’t miss this Eugene favorite.

Willamette Valley Wine Country

There are more than 17 wineries within a 25 minute drive of downtown Eugene. Even if you aren’t imbibing leading up to race day, the views, tours, and flavors are worth a visit. Have a true farm-to-table lunch or dinner at King Estate, which overlooks more than 1,000 acres of vineyards, orchards, and gardens. If you are flying Alaska Airlines, you can check a case of wine for free thanks to the Oregon Wines Fly Free program. Note: The program only applies to departures from airports in Eugene, Portland, Medford and Redmond.

Eugene – Family Weekend Destination

Seattle-based travel writer Amy Poffenbarger was already familiar with Eugene because of the Eugene Marathon.  She decided to take a family vacation last summer and see what else there is to offer in Eugene.  Read about her family’s adventures and how you can plan a fun-filled trip to Eugene around your race weekend.

Things To Do