Eugene Bucket List

The majority of these items are located in and around Eugene, Oregon. Click on the hyperlinks for information about our bucket list adventures. Here is a link to the original Eugene Bucket List post. I hope you try out some of the items for yourself and share the experiences and your stories with us! Anything else you think I should add?

  1. Movie in the Park
  2. Race a tricycle at McShane’s Bar & Grill
  3. Float Willamette River
  4. Kentucky Falls
  5. Bohemia Mountain Trail (photo) & blog post
  6. Mount June
  7. Alpine Trail
  8. Brice Creek Trail
  9. Delta Old Growth Trail
  10. Sweet Creek Falls
  11. Armitage County Park
  12. Elijah Bristrow
  13. Trestle Creek Falls
  14. Wildwood Falls
  15. Buy fresh veggies from produce markets
  16. Horseback riding
  17. See a movie at the David Minor Theater
  18. Ride the water at the rock water slides near Triangle Lake
  19. Jump the Highway 126 covered bridges
  20. Jump the Highway 36 bridges
  21. Jump the McKenzie River covered bridges
  22. Attend the Oregon Country Fair
  23. Baseball Game
  24. Eat Out for Fun
  25. Track and Field Event
  26. Berry Picking
  27. Cascades Raptor Center
  28. Camping
  29. Attend Free day at Jordan Schnitzer Museum
  30. See lighthouses
  31. Bike Willamette river
  32. Hot air ballooning
  33. Visit Kyle in Ashland
  34. Alpaca Farm
  35. Volunteer
  36. Cultural Event – OFAM or Bach Festival
  37. Bite of Eugene
  38. See a reenactment at Dorris Ranch Living History Farm
  39. Cottage Grove Speedway
  40. Boating in the Cascade lakes
  41. Listen to a concert in the Park
  42. Tree climbing
  43. Whitaker River Festival July 22, 4-7 (Oregon’s largest slip-n-slide)
  44. Bike Row River Trail

4 thoughts on “Eugene Bucket List

  1. I hate that it won’t let me “like” this whole page. Great list! I have a lot of the same things on my list. Love the David Minor theater! Did you go yet? Tickets are cheap on Sun./Tue. and berry picking is the best! Except the spiders… You’re going to have to explain number four though. And I’m glad I ran across your list because I didn’t think about it but I’d love to see a movie in the park! Excellent excuse for a blanket and a picnic in the park!
    Also, if you get a chance, I’ve heard the monthly breakfast at the bridges is amazing.


  2. On Friday January 20th the Jordan Schnitzer Museum is having a free reception for their new exhibit “The Long Now” that his honoring artwork by the faculty and staff of the art departments at UO. If you’ve got the time, I think it would be an amazing exhibit to tour!

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