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Rent Bikes in Corvallis
One of the best ways to experience Corvallis is by bike. Whether you want to commune with nature on our singletrack mountain bike trails, pedal leisurely on paths winding through town, or just enjoy going from point A to point B, visitors can easily rent bikes to get around.
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10 Things to Do in Corvallis This Week (Oct. 15-21, 2018)
This week in Corvallis we're looking forward to history, music, winter sports, football, and more. Corvallis' big annual Ski Swap is happening this week, plus Joe Wiegand is in town with "Teddy Roosevelt's Oregon Road Show." We've got a concert and comedy at the Majestic, a special statue dedication at…
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Great video by Philomath High student showcases Witham Hill Natural Area
Caleb Shaw, a student at Philomath High School, recently made a great video for his Broadcast Media class, showcasing the Witham Hill Natural Area. He says he made the video "because I love the Witham Hill Natural Area, just all of the trees and green and being out in nature.…
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Corvallis Arts Walk: October 18, 2018
Explore the art studios of downtown Corvallis and browse the work of our local artists! Our community artists are celebrating the fourth anniversary of the Corvallis Arts Walk. Join the party at a record 23 art spots downtown and on the Oregon State University campus.
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Drinkception Episode 3
Join Hillary Davidson and Marti Staprans Barlow as they meet up at the Downward Dog Cafe to try out the Proud Mary, the mother of all bloody marys!
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Benton County Museum: Painting Oregon's Harvest
Kathy Deggendorfer’s popular watercolors have been called “whimsical, happy and vibrant.” Now, a new exhibit shares the Sisters artist’s work showcasing Oregon’s bounty.
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Spend an afternoon at the Benton County Museum
The Benton County Museum offers families and history buffs an easy afternoon of fun. Visitors can spend an afternoon browsing historical artifacts from and displays about Benton County, along with art shows displaying work from local and regional artists.
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Halloween in Corvallis, Oregon
It's the spookiest time of the year, and we can't wait for the fun to get started in Corvallis, Oregon. Halloween is one of our favorite holidays!
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What's happening in October in Corvallis, Oregon?
Welcome to October in Corvallis, when the days are cool and sunny and the nights are brisk, brightly colored leaves dance down the sidewalks and through the streets, and we celebrate our harvests as we gear up for Halloween fun. We're looking forward to concerts and theater, spooky events, gala…
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Corvallis Repertory Singers Announce 2018-2019 Season
The Corvallis Repertory Singers, an award-winning choral ensemble, will present a three-concert season that is a mosaic of music styles. Concerts include Vivaldi's "Gloria," Haydn's "The Creation" and Meredith Willson's "The Music Man."
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The Little Gallery: Reverence
Oregon State University’s Little Gallery presents “Reverence,” an exhibition of selected works by Ka’ila Farrell-Smith, Natalie Ball and Rick Bartow, Oct. 8 through Dec. 13.
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Tour Covered Bridges in Benton County
Come see the (Covered) Bridges of Benton County! We have three beautiful bridges in Benton County, including the Irish Bend Covered Bridge, the Harris Bridge, and the Hayden Bridge.
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Find Adventure at the Alsea Falls Recreation Site
There's no shortage of fun and adventure to be found at the Alsea Falls Recreation Site, just 45 minutes south of Corvallis, Oregon. Looking to get some hiking or biking done? Maybe you're after a swimming hole or want to do some fishing? Or maybe you just want a beautiful…
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Treasures of the Corvallis Wine Trail
My sense of wanderlust beckoned me to flee the clamor of the big city for a weekend journey in search of treasure, in Corvallis, Oregon.
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Explore Corvallis: Heritage Trees and Rose Gardens
Explore Corvallis' natural beauty by touring our Heritage Trees or discovering the gorgeous rose garden in Avery Park, using interactive online maps provided by the City of Corvallis.
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Down on the Farm in Corvallis, Oregon
Fall is the perfect time to get out and enjoy all the colors and the harvest of the season. You can take a walk or a bike ride down on the riverfront, where the trees will stun you with their vibrant colors, or visit the local farmers market on Wednesdays…
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Here's the 2018-2019 SAC Presents Lineup
“SAC Presents,” a visual and performing arts events series presented by the School of Arts and Communication at Oregon State University, will return for its fourth season in 2018-19.
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Visit the William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge
Beautiful William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge is located about twenty minutes south of Corvallis on 99W. Visitors can explore one of the last remaining intact wet prairies of the valley, along with wetlands and marshes, oak savannah, douglas fir forests and more. You'll find Canadian geese, Roosevelt elk, bald…
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Beautiful Marys Peak near Corvallis, Oregon
Marys Peak, near Corvallis, Oregon, is a beautiful spot to get in some hiking, biking or picnicking. Rich rolling meadows are full of a variety of wildflowers, and the whole recreation area is ringed by a lovely Noble Fir forest. You're sure to enjoy the gorgeous views, plus there are…
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Exploring Downtown Corvallis' Craft Brew Scene
I had agreed to a weekend of craft beer tasting in Corvallis, on one condition: before heading out on our Sip Trip, we would have to earn it. With the myriad of running and biking trails easily accessed from downtown, brew hopping would be our hard-won prize.
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Oregon Wine in Corvallis
Kick back in beautiful Willamette Valley wine country and enjoy fine Oregon wine, from the pinot noirs we're famous for to chardonnays, dessert wines, pinot gris and more.
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Where to Go Swimming in Corvallis, Oregon
With summer temperatures in the 80s and 90s (and sometimes higher) in Corvallis right now, one thing you're probably looking to do is hit a swimming hole. You're in luck - Corvallis has lots of options!
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Public Art in Corvallis, Oregon
Corvallis, Oregon is full of public art – statues, murals, monuments, poetry and more. There’s so much it’s hard to keep track of it all, and new pieces are being added all the time. It can be tricky to find it all, but these handy resources can help.
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Corvallis Golf Courses: Golf Your Way Around Benton County
Enjoy the Great Outdoors and explore Corvallis golf courses! Three lovely golf courses are conveniently on the way as you travel Benton County.
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Corvallis Video Shows the Fun Side of Town
Jonas Hudnall, recent transplant to Corvallis from Nashville, created this video as part of a travel contest. It's a great look at Corvallis through a newcomer's eyes, highlighting some fun stops and tasty treats you can find around town!
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3 Great Hikes in Corvallis, Oregon
Corvallis is a great place for hiking - we have miles of multi-use trails surrounding Corvallis, Oregon, and leading throughout Benton County. You can follow them through sunlight forests to meadows, up mountains, through parks and natural areas, to and in national wildlife refuges, and all around the area.
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2018 Corvallis Farmers Market
The Corvallis Farmers Market's opening day is April 14! The Wednesday market begins April 18, and both markets are open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. This is the 38th season for the Wednesday market and the 28th for the Saturday market. On opening day in Corvallis you can hear…
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Circa 1920 Now Open at the Benton County Museum
“Circa 1920: Roaring into the Modern Age” is 2018's year-long exhibition, now open at Benton County Museum, in Philomath, Oregon. The exhibition provides an opportunity to reflect on the similarities and differences of life in America 100 years ago as illustrated through the objects in our museum collections.
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Learn More About Emerson Vineyard & Airlie Winery
Small boutique wineries are family-owned destinations that reflect the natural beauty and diversity of the Willamette Valley. Nestled in the foothills of the Coast Range and Marys Peak, our sustainable vineyards enjoy the some of the most favorable grape growing conditions in the valley.
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Learn About Lumos Wine Company, Cardwell Hill Cellars & Harris Bridge Vineyard
The Heart of Willamette Wineries' small boutique wineries are family-owned destinations that reflect the natural beauty and diversity of the Willamette Valley. Nestled in the foothills of the Coast Range and Marys Peak, our sustainable vineyards enjoy the some of the most favorable grape growing conditions in the valley.
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Birding in Corvallis, Oregon
Whether you are a first time visitor to Oregon and the Willamette Valley or a life-long resident, it doesn’t take long to discover that one of the fastest growing hobbies in the Northwest is Oregon birding.
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Hiking & Biking in Corvallis, Oregon
One reason so many health-conscious people choose to live in Corvallis is the network of multi-use trails in the city and surrounding natural areas. Linked park trails provide over a hundred miles of off-road adventure, accessible on foot or bike right from town.
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Enjoy a Unique Camping Experience in Benton County
Individuals looking to reserve lodging along the Alsea River may be interested in the rental cabin operated by Benton County Natural Areas and Parks.
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24 Hours in Culinary Corvallis
I don’t normally equate cutting-edge cuisine with a college town. But since my college days in Corvallis, Oregon, over a decade ago, I’d heard the city had blossomed into an incredible culinary destination, brimming with delicious, locally sourced and sustainable food and drink.
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Recharging in the Heart of the Willamette Valley
Seeking freedom of mind, and from stress, on Corvallis’ beautiful trails.
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Mountain Bike Safari: A two-wheeled Corvallis adventure
My husband and I stopped to take a long swig from our sweaty water bottles, surveying the sun-drenched red rock and dusty mountain-bike trail ahead. “When was the last time we rode through forests?” he said. In the harsh desert glare of the day, the memories were faint, but slowly…
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