Corvallis GPS Waymarking Hunt

Join us and enjoy using your GPS device to waymark your way around Corvallis and discover some hidden gems of our city. Take a photo and bring the results into our visitor center (420 NW 2nd Street). If you get all the way marks correct, you get a prize!

Here are the co-ordinates. All waymark points are North 44 degrees by West 123 degrees. As a start reference, the visitor center is N 44.34 by W 123.15.

N 33.78 W 15.58
Hint: Frog breaking into an old bank building.

N 33.79 W 15.62
Hint: President Kennedy stayed here in 1960, during his Presidential campaign.

N 33.88 W 15.49
Hint: There is a map of the Willamette River if you look down.

N 33.82 W 15.51
Hint: Poles represent old steamboat funnels and have birds and fish on top of them.

N 33.98 W 18.06
Hint: It’s covered to protect traffic in the winter. Look for the llamas.

N 33.91 W 15.7
Hint: It’s locked up under the courthouse main entry steps.

N 33.81 W 15.60
Hint: It’s Corvallis' walk of fame.

N 33.32 W 16.44
Hint: Mill stone around the roses.

N 33.86 W 15.92
Hint: A “clever disguise” by local artist Peter Helzer who is well known for his creative public art in Benton County.

N 33.81 W 15.71
Hint: Declared as the “finest in Oregon,” this palace was built in the 1920s.

Visit Corvallis
420 NW 2nd Street
Corvallis, OR 97330