Cottage Grove

Covered Bridge Capital of the West.

Cottage Grove

Covered Bridge Capital of the West.

The gateway to Oregon’s Wine Country; Southern Willamette Valley Wineries to the North & Umpqua Wineries to the South.

 
 

Small town Oregon charm

Discover the All-America City (1968, 2004) of Cottage Grove, a charming, small town just twenty minutes south of Eugene – Springfield. Find live music, theatre arts and small-town favorite eateries in this city that borders both Oregon Wine Country and the Cascade foothills.

The gateway to Oregon’s Wine Country; Southern Willamette Valley Wineries to the North & Umpqua Wineries to the South.


Small town Oregon charm

Discover the All-America City (1968, 2004) of Cottage Grove, a charming, small town just twenty minutes south of Eugene – Springfield. Find live music, theatre arts and small-town favorite eateries in this city that borders both Oregon Wine Country and the Cascade foothills.

Business in a natural setting


If you’re looking for a home for a business with easy access to the interstate and close to the business hub of Eugene, Cottage Grove offers an abundance of affordable land.

 
 

An idyllic sanctuary


Encircled by agricultural lands, vineyards and wooded hills, Cottage Grove attracts outdoor enthusiasts for weekends of hiking, bicycling, horseback riding and camping. In the summer, its lakes and waterways host swimming, fishing and boating.

What We’re Known For


Cottage Grove has twice been recognized with the All-America Award by the National Civic League, a Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation and is the 17th city in the United States to be recognized as a Green Power Community. We’re also home to the only remaining covered railroad bridge west of the Mississippi River and Oregon’s famed Covered Bridges Scenic Bikeway.

For more information about Cottage Grove feel free to visit one of the following websites:


About cottage groveOfficial City WebsiteChamber of Commerce
 

Business in a natural setting


If you’re looking for a home for a business with easy access to the interstate and close to the business hub of Eugene, Cottage Grove offers an abundance of affordable land.

An idyllic sanctuary

Encircled by agricultural lands, vineyards and wooded hills, Cottage Grove attracts outdoor enthusiasts for weekends of hiking, bicycling, horseback riding and camping. In the summer, its lakes and waterways host swimming, fishing and boating.


What We’re Known For


Cottage Grove has twice been recognized with the All-America Award by the National Civic League, a Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation and is the 17th city in the United States to be recognized as a Green Power Community. We’re also home to the only remaining covered railroad bridge west of the Mississippi River and Oregon’s famed Covered Bridges Scenic Bikeway.

For more information about Cottage Grove feel free to visit one of the following websites:


About cottage groveOfficial City WebsiteChamber of Commerce