Eugene, Cascades & Coast

Convention center16,735 sq. m
Guest Rooms6,356
Guest rooms at 1 hotel250 guest rooms
Special event venues26
Average room rate$103.00
Daily food cost$51.00
Occupancy rate59.98%
Tax rate11.3%

Eugene, Cascades & Coast


Why Choose Our Destination?

The Eugene, Cascades & Coast CVB staff is your number one resource for planning your next conference, meeting or retreat in this beautiful region of Western Oregon. Friendly, accessible, bountiful and authentic - we guarantee your delegates will enjoy an unforgettable experience here. The Eugene, Cascades & Coast region offers a unique opportunity to enjoy the convention amenities of a larger city, while surrounded by the exceptional natural beauty and recreational opportunities that make Oregon a top destination. Your delegates will experience friendly and professional service at our convention facilities, and find numerous options for local dining, tax-free shopping, and year-round events. Conferences from 10 to 12,000 can be accommodated in the Eugene-Springfield metro area, easily accessible by air, rail, and auto. Its central location within Lane County puts everything from the coast to the Cascade Mountains at your fingertips. Our Oregon event facilities range from historic houses to full-service hotels to "green” event centers that promote sustainable practices. For an out-of-the-ordinary gathering, Lane County offers numerous unique venues, including award-winning wineries, golf courses, working farms, museums, and performing arts centers. As an area recognized for sustainability and accessibility, choosing meeting space here is always a responsible choice--we even have "green your event" options available! Stand-out local dining, renowned wineries, tax-free shopping and an intriguing event calendar ensures a robust conference agenda all make Eugene, Cascades & Coast a compelling meeting destination for groups with budgets of all sizes. It is possible to please everyone! The Eugene Airport (EUG) is the second largest airport in Oregon, and offers direct flights from 12 cities including Chicago (O'Hare), Denver, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Oakland, Phoenix, Phoenix-Mesa, Portland, Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Francisco and Seattle. Take a look at our Digital Meeting Planner Guide! This iPlanner provides information on facilities, housing, transportation, dining, convention services and pre & post activities that only Eugene, Cascades & Coast Oregon can offer.

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Distance from airport

  • Mahlon Sweet Field Airport (EUG)

    14.48 km from city center


Local Attractions

Waterfall Wonders

30 minutes away
Home to over seven waterfalls, the Eugene, Cascades & Coast region is your gateway to waterfall wonders. Plenty of rain feeds magnificent rivers and gushing waterfalls. Each season enjoy the falls' ever-changing beauty during spring melts, fall color and winter snow. Salt Creek Falls is a spectacular single drop waterfall, second only to Oregon's Multnomah Falls. Grab your camera and chase these sparkling jewels!

Sea Lion Caves

1 hour away
Located less than two hours west of Eugene, Florence’s Sea Lion Cave is known as the world’s largest sea cave and home to wild sea lions and a variety of sea birds. Formed 25 million years ago and made of Basalt Rock, the cave’s height is equivalent to a 12-story building, while its length spans that of a football field. Visitors can descend into the cave’s viewing area by steps or an elevator. During the spring and summer, the sea lions can usually be found on the rocky ledges just outside the cave, while fall and winter weather normally brings them inside the cave. Gray whales frequently pass by the cave. The Sea Lion Cave is open daily from 9 AM to 5 PM.
91560 Hwy 101 N
Florence, OR, US 97439

Hult Center for the Performing Arts

5 minutes away
Eugene’s Hult Center for the Performing Arts is home to six resident companies, which include the Eugene Ballet Company, Eugene Concert Choir, Eugene Opera, Eugene Symphony, Oregon Bach Festival and Oregon Festival of American Music. The center hosts more than 700 events each year and features a permanent art collection of paintings, masks, statues and other works. The center’s towering glass lobby, 2,450-seat Silva Concert Hall, gallery space and intimate 495-seat Soreng Theater with an asymmetrical design can all be reserved for private events.
One Eugene Center
Eugene, OR, US 97401

Matthew Knight Arena

5 minutes away
Unveiled in 2011, the Matthew Knight Arena is a 12,000-seat multi-purpose venue home to the University of Oregon Ducks basketball teams. The $227-million arena is a striking structure that features a clear glass exterior. Located on the east side of campus, the Matthew Knight Arena hosts concerts and events and features private clubs and spaces for group gatherings.
1390 Villard Street
Eugene, OR, US 97401

Sand Master Park

1 hour away
Located in Florence, Sand Master Park is the world’s first sandboard park. Home to 40 private acres of sculpted sand dunes and a 40-foot ramp, the park features slopes for beginner to advanced sandboarders. In addition to sandboard dunes, lessons and rentals, Sand Master Park features dune buggy tours, helicopter tours, ziplines, theme gardens and RV park camping. The park is also home to the largest sandbox in the state, perfect for sand sculpting and playing. Sand Master Park is open daily from 9 AM to 6:30 PM during the summer season, while off-season hours are Monday and Tuesday and Thursday through Saturday from 10 AM to 5 PM and Sunday from noon to 5 PM. Admission varies by activity.
5351 Hwy 101
Florence, OR, US 97439