Eugene, Oregon: Tracktown USA. Home of the University of Oregon Ducks and Phil Knights Nike Testing lab.
Springfield, Oregon: The TRUE home of The Simpsons, International Paper, Kingsford Charcoal, National Guard Armory and the only thing separating Eugene is the I5 freeway.
Creswell, Oregon: The City built by a Store and named after a Post Master General.
Cottage Grove, Oregon: Named after its FIRST post master Cottage Grove is just south east of Creswell. Home of the only covered railroad bridge West of the Mississippi.
Coburg, Oregon: Originally called Diamond town and renamed Coburg after the Bavarian town.
Florence, Oregon: Sitting at the mouth of the Siuslaw and the Pacific Ocean on Hwy 101
Westfir, Oregon: Originally a company town for the Western Lumber Company and their doug-fir lumber.
Veneta, Oregon: Oregon Country Fair. If you know you know.
Oakridge, Oregon: A town originally built around the lumber business now builds its economy around recreational activities. Biking, Kayaking, Hiking, Camping and most things outdoors.
Junction City, Oregon: Where two roads become one and schools make national news
Lowell, Oregon: A small shore town North of Dexter Reservoir. Just over a square mile and with under 1500 residence it’s the main “summer spot” for recreational activities.
Sweet Home, Oregon