Area Attraction At Lodge Eugene Oregon
While staying at the EconoLodge Eugene, OR, you’ll never run out of things to do in Southwest Oregon. Oregon coast attractions all wait nearby whether it’s Deerwood TV Park, the Hult Center for the Performing Arts, or nightlife out at Luna Jazz Club, you’ll love your vacation. And don’t fear.
There’s Eugene kids recreation as well. No one gets bored here.
Only 7.2 miles from the EconoLodge Eugene, OR, Mt. Pisgah Arboretum is a 209 –acre living tree museum. Riverside trails and quiet paths wind through evergreen forests and by vivid water gardens and bright wildflower meadows. It can be found within Lane County’s Howard Buford recreation Area between the Coast Fork of the Williamette River and the slopes of Mount Pisgah. Htpp://www.efh.orh~mtpisgah/
Only 5 minutes from town, this secluded wood with huge green lawns waits for you. Taste fresh well water and listen to birds singing high up in the oaks and fits. 10 spacious acres of camping sites rest among ponds, lawns, and ancient trees. Walk the nature trail to the pond. Spot the wood ducks and experience the breathless beauty of nature firsthand. http://www.deerwoodrvpark.com/index.html
Built by the citizens of Eugene and opened in 1982, the Hult Center has charmed audiences and performers alike with stunning architecture and awesome acoustics. With a towering lass lobby, a massive 2,500 seat Silva Concert Hall with a basket weave ceiling, an intimate 500-seat Soreng Theater, to the spectacular Jacobs Gallery downstairs, this is a Fine place fore the arts. http://www.hultcenter.org
Remember that these and all of Oregon’s most famous attractions stand only a short distance away from the EconoLodge Eugene, OR, your home here in the Southwest and along Oregon’s breath-stealing coast.
Sample some of Eugene, OR’s great nightlife here at the Luna Jazz Bar. While sipping a few cocktails, listen to the jiving African instruments and smooth mbira music that makes a stop here different from any other jazz club. After all, this is Luna jazz. http://www.lunajazz.com
Housed in a historic granary building, this basement club and bar has nightly live music. The lineup usually includes jazz several nights a week so be sure to stop by for a night and kick back to the soothing sounds. http://www.frommers.com/destinations/eugene/N27552.html
Enjoy a fresh brewed beer! Sit in wingback chair and look at the antiques hanging from the walls. And be sure to take a tour of the premises if you’re a first time-time brewpub customer to learn all about microbrewed beer. http://www.steelheadbrewery.com
Housed in a renovated 1900s house on the fringes of Eugene, this microbrewery was the first in the city since prohibition. Sip an ale out in the backyard beer garden under the shade. If going inside, check out the original artwork on the walls, doors, and equipment. While one of the smallest breweries in Eugene, High Street still produces some of the strongest ales. http://www.mcmenamins.com/index.php?loc=19
Whether you want a steak or a brew, West bros looks out for you here in Eugene. Long an Oregon favorite, anyone passing through should stop by to relax, have a drink, and enjoy some hardy BBQ. http://www.west-bros.com
This is Oregon’s premiere non-profit and wildlife hospital. Located in southeast Oregon on a wooded hillside, the CRC’s mission is preserving a healthy, viable population of birds of prey and other wildlife in their natural habitat. They seek to achieve this through public education and rehabilitation. Stop by and see for yourself. http://www.eraptors.org