A Guide to Corvallis, Oregon

by Mary Pat Parker / Photo © Corvallis Tourism

Located in the Heart of the Willamette Valley, Corvallis, Oregon offers year round culinary, cultural and outdoor adventures, making it the perfect place for your next vacation.

From the great outdoors, which includes such gorgeous spots as Marys Peak, Alsea Falls and the William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge where you can hike, bike and run, you will have only just scratched the surface of what Corvallis has to offer.

Not only an outdoor escape, Corvallis is home to creative chefs, winemakers, brew masters and distillers all focused on providing the best possible food and beverages using locally grown ingredients with a strong commitment to sustainability.

Corvallis is also home to Oregon State University, which is primarily known for its research; the 400 acre main campus in Corvallis includes a Historic District and Corvallis has been ranked the 5th best college town by The American Institute of Economic Research.

Visit Corvallis and see some of the best of Oregon’s covered bridges and stop in to a few of the finest Oregon wineries around. Hike the mountains, stroll the parks and shop and dine in the beautiful historic downtown. For more information on visiting Corvallis, go to: http://visitcorvallis.com/.