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Getting Here

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We are 12 miles directly west of Eugene on Highway 126.


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Here is a map of the Fair grounds for when you arrive.

Get on the Bus

It is our great pleasure to announce that you can get to the Fair site for free on the bus!  It’s so much better than driving and paying to park.  The bus drops you right at the Fair entrance, no hiking through a dusty parking lot.  Just show your ticket or confirmation to the driver to get on the bus! Shuttles offer wheelchair accessible buses.

You can catch the bus to the Fair starting at 10 am at the LTD Downtown Station at 10th and Willamette or Valley River Center southwest parking lot next to the bike bridge. The buses leave about every 15 minutes. You can hop on the bus for free at any LTD stop to get to the shuttle sites, also a free ride back to your bus stop of choice. You will need a ticket to the Fair to access the Fair site and the event. Remember, the LAST BUS LEAVES THE FAIR SITE AT 7:30! Give yourself plenty of time to make all your bus connections. LTD schedules are available at the Downtown Station, at the LTD website or by calling (541) 687-5555.

For those who want to bike or drive to the free shuttle, go to the Valley River Center (northwest parking lot) shuttle site. You can park in the Valley River Center lot; there will be plenty of bike racks at this site. BIKES ARE NOT ALLOWED ON SHUTTLE BUSES.

For Fern Ridge Community Residents: The Veneta Shuttle
This shuttle runs Friday and Saturday from Luther Lane and Territorial Road to the Fair at 10:30am, 11:30am, 12:30pm, 1:30pm. The bus goes from the Fair to the same location, 4:30pm, 5:30pm, 6:30pm, 7:30pm. Times are approximate.

Take the Train

When you ride Amtrak, there’s no traffic to fight, no maps to decipher and no gas tank to feed. So you can concentrate on something else, like your friends and the Fair. Or the breathtaking scenery. Or nothing at all. And you’ll arrive in a relaxed state of mind, wherever you’re going. The station for the free shuttle bus to the Fair is just a few blocks away from the Eugene Amtrak station. Ask the Amtrak employees in Eugene to direct you. Check out the Amtrak Cascades and Coast Starlight here.

Or Drive

Please carpool! Fill every seatbelt, bringing less stuff and more friends. Parking is limited and it isn’t free. You can buy a parking pass when you buy your ticket or you can pay for parking when you get to the Fair. There is an $10 parking fee, per vehicle (including motorcycles), per day if parking pass is purchased in advance. The cost is $15 if you buy your pass at the Fair site during the event. Our friendly Traffic Crew folks will direct you once you get here.

If you have a DMV handicapped sticker, please make sure it is prominently displayed in your windshield so you can be directed to Alter-Abled parking. Here’s some more information for folks who are alter-abled.

Ride Share; Save the planet + your wallet by carpooling to Oregon Country Fair!

*Construction update*

Due to construction, please consider taking roads that avoid West 11th Ave/ Hwy. 126 at the west end of Eugene.  Clear Lake Road off of Hwy 99 is a good alternative.

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Green Tortoise

The Green Tortoise will once again offer transportation from San Francisco to the Oregon Country Fair. We offer pick ups and drop offs along our old commuter route, via I-5. The bus will be on display at the entrance to the Fair so it will not be available for camping. All passengers riding the Green Tortoise to the Fair must have an entrance ticket. You will need to make your own arrangements for camping, food, and for tickets to the Fair. The bus will depart from San Francisco on Thursday night and arrive at the Fair on Friday morning. We will depart the Fair on Sunday evening and arrive in SF on Monday morning. For more information on the Green Tortoise bus to the Oregon Country Fair, call us at (415) 956-7500 or 1-800- 867-8647, or click Green Tortoise.

How To Get Here If You’re Driving

We are 12 miles directly west of Eugene on Highway 126. Here’s a map. Find us on Google Maps for directions for your point of departure.