Area Attractions

King Estate Winery
King Estate Winery is located southwest of Eugene Oregon and is situated on 1033 acres. The Restaurant and Wine Bar at King Estate features wine tasting, winery tours and fine dining. The Estate also provides the perfect setting for weddings and event hosting.



Saginaw Vineyard
We invite you to experience country life at our rustic tasting room that is located in our 100 year old farmstead barn. Try our award winning wines while enjoying the beautiful country setting. Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy with a glass of your favorite Saginaw Vineyard wine.



The Chambers Railroad Bridge
The Chambers Railroad Bridge is the last standing railroad covered bridge in Oregon. Built in 1925 the 78 foot covered bridge near Cottage Grove, Oregon is no longer in service.


The Willamette National Forest
The Willamette National Forest stretches for 100 miles along the western Cascade Range in Oregon. Over 1.6 million acres of forest, making it one of the Unites States largest national forest. Home to seven major peaks– Mount Washington, Mount Jefferson, Diamond Peak, Three Fingered Jack North, Middle and South Sisters.


Upper Trestle Creek Falls
Upper Trestle Creek Falls is located in the Umpqua National Forest and accessible from Bryce Creek Road, 27 miles east of Cottage Grove. Upper Trestle Creek Falls descends 65-feet down a tiered cliff and provides hikers the opportunity to walk behind the waterfall. The falls is about a 1.5 mile hike from the parking lot, total hike is roughly 3 miles.



Brice Creek Trail # 1403
Brice Creek Trail is located in the Umpqua Nation Forest and 25 miles southeast of Cottage Grove. Ideal for intermediate and advanced mount bike riders, the trail is 5.5 miles of single-track, and 5 miles of paved forest road. The trail follows along Brice Creek and offers challenging terrain, beautiful waterfalls and rocky pools for your enjoyment.


The Grove Disk Golf Course
The Grove Disk Golf Course is located in the small town of Cottage Grove, Oregon. The course is said to be challenging with plenty of obstacles. Conveniently located off I-5 just 20 miles south of Eugene.


Hidden Valley Golf Course
Quiet, peaceful golf among ancient oak trees. Hidden Valley Golf Course is a 9-hole course built in 1928, under the direction of architect Ray Vincent. It is a public course, open all year round. There is a restaurant, and a pro shop. Located just off I5 at 775 N. River Road, Cottage Grove. Call (541) 942-3046 to reserve your tee time.


Middlefield Golf Course
A public course with water in play. Designed in 1991 by Gene “Bunny” Mason, the course is open year round and is a public course. Middlefield Village Golf Course is located at 91 Village Drive, Cottage Grove. Call (541) 942-8730 to reserve your tee time.

Emerald Valley Golf Course
Located in Creswell, just 10 miles north of Cottage Grove. Call (541) 895-2174 to reserve your tee time.


Oregon Aviation Historical Society
Near the Cottage Grove airport, the museum focuses exclusively on Oregon aviation. Oregon has a love of home-built planes and was the first state to issue plane license plates. Several plane restorations are often on-site, including a Tex Rankin aircraft. The museum showcases airplanes, artifacts, books, photographs and audio recordings. There is an annual August fly-in. The library is available as a small meeting space, or rent the unheated hanger for larger events. The Oregon Aviation History Center is open Saturday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., May – September, or by appointment.

Dorena Reservoir
Located in the rolling hills east of Cottage Grove, Dorena Reservoir is popular for swimming, boating, water skiing and camping. Fish for largemouth bass, brown bullhead catfish, white crappie, bluegill, cutthroat and hatchery rainbow trout. Baker Bay Park offers restrooms, boat ramp and marina. Extend your adventure by exploring the paved Row River Trail by bike and stay overnight at the lakeside Baker Bay Campground.


Cottage Grove Lake
Located on the Coast Fork of the Willamette River, Cottage Grove Lake is about five miles south of Cottage Grove. The lake is three miles long and covers an area of 1,158 acres when full. The Army Corps of Engineers manages five parks aroung the lake.
• Shortridge Park – This park is mainly for day use and has restrooms, drinking water and picnicking facilities.
• Wilson Creek Park – This park has a swimming beach, boat ramp, drinking water and picnicking.
• Pine Meadows Campground – Located on the east side of Cottage Grove Lake, it has restrooms, showers, drinking water, swimming area, camp sites and RV sites with no utilities. Fees are charged – for more information, call 541-942-5631.
• Primitive Campground – Located between Pine Meadows and Wilson Creek Park, it has restrooms and camp sites. Fees are charged – for more information, call 541-942-5631.


Row River Trail
The Row River Trail is a 15.6-mile rail-trail that follows the route of the now abandoned Oregon Pacific & Eastern Railroad line. The trail runs along the scenic shore of the Row River and Dorena Reservoir. Several quaint, covered bridges are located nearby, as is the historic Bohemia Mining area. The 3-mile section of the trail from Cottage Grove to the Mosby Trailhead is managed by the City of Cottage Grove, while the remainder of the trail is managed by the Bureau of Land Management.



Cottage Grove Speedway
Cottage Grove Speedway, the famed ¼-mile banked clay oval, is proud to continue its racing tradition which stretches back to 1956. Heart stopping side-by-side action and nail biting excitement can be seen every Saturday night from April through September. Featuring 360 Sprints, IMCA Modifieds, Northwest Extreme Winged Sprints, Late Models, Northwest Extreme Modifieds, Street Stocks, and Hornets as regular classes in 2014 this Jerry Schram owned facility will also have the American Sprint Car Series-Northwest Region and ASCS-National Tour pay visits as well as the Northwest Wingless Tour and the Northwest Extreme Late Model Series.