Things To Do In Springfield

6 Weeks of Unlimited Boot Camp Classes from Forever Strong Performance Fitness (70% Off)

Forever Strong Performance Fitness


$150 $45

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Four Weeks of Unlimited Zumba Classes at S.W.E.A.T - "Latin Dance Fitness Studio" (65% Off)

S.w.e.a.t. Studio


$84 $29

From the merchant: Party yourself into shape! Zumba classes feature exotic rhythms set to high-energy Latin and international beats.

One-Month Basic Membership with Option for Four Personal-Training Sessions at Cascade Peak Performance (Up to 53% Off)

C​ascade Peak Performance


$210 $99

Trainers work with clients to design an individually tailored training program and provide custom coaching on strength-training equipment

Pub Food and Drinks at The Pour House Tavern (Up to 45% Off). Three Options Available.

The Pour House Tavern


$25 $15

Sports bar and grill offers pub food and drinks, pool tables, flatscreen TVs, and an outdoor patio

One Month of Self-Defense and Fitness Classes at Train Like You Mean It! (Up to 65% Off). Three Options Available.

Train Like You Mean It!


$125 $45

Adapted from Israeli military training, the HaganaH fighting system teaches practical self-defense skills rooted in instinctual responses

Three- or Six-Month Gym Membership to International Fitness (Up to 71% Off)

International Fitness

Multiple Locations

$120 $39

Group cycling, yoga sessions, and martial-arts-and-boxing hybrid classes; free weights, treadmills, and ellipticals

$54 for a Two-Day Clinic on August 23–24 at 1 p.m. at Showcase Basketball ($100 Value)

Showcase Basketball


$100 $54

Clinic attendees also score a water bottle and T-shirt

"Evil Dead: The Musical" for Two at Wildish Theater on Friday, July 18, at 7 p.m. or 10:15 p.m. (Up to 54% Off)

"Evil Dead the Musical"

Wildish Theater

$52.50 $24


Campy stage musical lovingly mutates Sam Raimi's splatterfest with jaunty tunes and gallons of old-fashioned gore

$26 for 10 Visits to Splash! at Lively Park (Up to $52.50 Value)

Splash! at Lively Park


$52.50 $26


A waterslide and wave pool provide family friendly fun, and a kiddie pool and inflatable tubes grant families fun ways to enjoy the water

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Splash! at Lively Park provides Oregon residents with safe, warm year-round access to watery fun. The venue features a waterslide, a flooded basketball court, lap pool, and a wave pool, amongst more relaxing activities such as splashing in the pool or enjoying a hot tub. Splash! participates in local outreach programs, such as providing swimming lessons for every fourth-grader in the Springfield school district. The enormous space accommodates rentals for events with up to 1,000 people, dishing hot eats to fill bellies from its concessions stand. During warmer months, the outside playground and sundeck provide places to soak up sunshine and feel the sea-driven breeze.

6100 Thurston Road

After years spent navigating the McKenzie River, the guides at McKenzie River Adventures struck upon the ideal 7-mile stretch: 28 rapids, crystal-clear waters, and forest on both shores. Today, they invite people of all ages and levels to experience the thrill of whitewater paddling. In addition to years of rafting experience, the guides tout CPR and first aid certifications as well as river-rescue training. Since they're also skilled instructors, budding paddlers can expect safety and paddling orientations before they shove off. Guides also provide all sojourners with boxed lunches, and will snap photos of rafters en route to catch pet salmon.

91808 Mill Creek Road

The trainers at International Fitness have one goal: to help their clients achieve healthy lifestyles with internationally influenced exercise routines. The roster of classes includes Indian yoga, Brazilian-influenced Zumba dance classes, and Western weightlifting. In addition to leading group fitness classes, the instructors can map out training and nutrition plans to help clients meet their fitness goals. The sessions can include climbing the gym's rock wall to build lean muscle mass or demolishing the gym's rock wall to prepare for a career as a bulldozer.

215 Q St.

Emerald Art Center carves out a community for local artists of all skill levels, showcasing and selling masterworks from neighborhood virtuosos at their gallery and workspace. Contribute time alongside money with a Participating membership, which unlocks the perks of patronage in exchange for one day of gallery hosting per month, or five hours of equivalent service. When not running the show, members pick their way through a variety of rotating and permanent exhibits or introduce their own work to artful eyes during frequent EAC-sponsored member shows. Monthly meetings foster networking opportunities, cultivate creativity, and encourage spontaneous conga lines. Artist biographies, featured on the Emerald website and in the gallery's Artist Bio Book, delightedly divulge factoids and sample images from each member.

500 Main St

Axe & Fiddle combines local and regional libations with a straightforward menu of scrumptious pub fare within the inviting and historic Burkholder Woods Building. Chow down on multifaceted spuds with crinkle-cut chips and french-onion dip ($3.50) or garlic cheesy fries ($5) with a side of hollandaise sauce. The organic green salad sends pesticides packing with an extradition notice shaped out of carrots, cabbage, and green onions ($5). Venture across meaty plains with a quarter-pound burger crafted from Knee Deep 100% free-range and grass-fed beef bedecked in condiments, and paired with homefries ($8.50). Beans and greens—slathered in queso fresco, veggies, and served with corn tortillas ($6.50)—sit side by side in a copacetic show of mutual appreciation for each other’s craft.

657 E Main St
Cottage Grove,

Tokatee Golf Club offers leisurely linksters an afternoon of championship-caliber courses amid a background of McKenzie River Valley scenery. Join forces with a friend and attack the air with a session of 18 holes (a up to $42 value each) of rugged outdoor golf flanked by glamorous natural views of the Three Sisters peaks. Designed by golf architect Ted Robinson, Tokatee's ball-bedeviling par 72 course is easily walkable and welcomes argyle-sporting puttsmen and well-groomed yetis. Sated club-swingers can enjoy hot and cold beverages at Tokatee's main dining area (not included with this Groupon) or ensure that post-game nibbles are ready posthaste by ordering from the course's ninth-tee turn menu, thus ensuring that golfers can keep pace and stave off handicap-hampering hunger pangs.

54947 McKenzie Hwy
Blue River,