Corvallis, Oregon

The Seven Wonders of Corvallis

Have you ever thought about how wonder-filled our area really is?

From the great outdoors – Marys Peak, Alsea Falls, the William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge – to beautiful and historic downtown Corvallis and our lovely Riverfront Commemorative Park, from our covered bridges to the Heart of Willamette Wineries, the Seven Wonders of Corvallis and Benton County, Oregon have a lot to offer.

Visit Corvallis, and see some of the best of Oregon’s covered bridges, within easy driving distance in Benton County. Stop in to a few of the finest Oregon wineries, located in the heart of the Willamette Valley. Hike our mountains, stroll our parks and shop our beautiful downtown!

Our Seven Wonders are shoppable, edible, drinkable, hikable, walkable, bike-able, and best of all – enjoyable!

Get started planning your visit to our Seven Wonders of Corvallis by ordering a free Visitors Guide

Alsea Falls
Alsea Falls Recreation Area is approximately 30 miles south-then-west of Corvallis following Highway 99W and Alpine Road. This area is managed by the federal Bureau of Land Management and is a popular day use and camping destination.
Harris Covered Bridge
Benton County records show the Harris Bridge was built in 1936 but local lore says it may have been spanning the Marys River since 1929, according to the Covered Bridge Society of Oregon.
Benton County Courthouse
The Benton County Courthouse on NW 4th Street between Jackson and Monroe streets. The courthouse, built in 1889, is the oldest courthouse building in Oregon that still serves its original purpose.
Heart of the Willamette Wineries
Wineries make great cycling destinations and the Corvallis area offers some diverse locations for those who prefer to pedal their way to some fine wine.
Marys Peak
Marys Peak is a wondrous place for anyone who likes to get outdoors. For dedicated road cyclists, a ride to the highest point in the Oregon Coast Range is a bucket list event.
Riverfront Commemorative Park
There are few better places to spend a casual day on the bike than along a river trail. Corvallis delivers with its inviting downtown Riverfront Park and nearby Crystal Lake Sports Park paths.
William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge
The William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge is managed by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and was created to protect winter habitat the dusky Canada goose.
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Corvallis, OR 97330