Tours in Springfield


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  • 1 Agape Fishing Guide
    One of the largest species of Pacific salmon, the chinook is prized among fishermen for its vivid color and distinct claw-like mouth. And like most animals, it's ready to fight anything come spawning season. Not one to be deterred, second-generation guide Vance Marshall takes anglers out in his 16-foot aluminum drift boat to catch these mettlesome chinook, as well as steelhead trout and other seasonal species that run up the McKenzie, Siuslaw, Umpqua, and Willamette Rivers. He also equips seasoned outdoorsmen with spinning and bait-casting rigs before journeying into the waters framed by Oregon's verdant evergreens himself.
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    On Location
    Walterville, OR US
  • Hooked For Life Guide Service
    Hooked for Life Guide Service’s founder and head guide, Jarrod Kelso, caught his first fish at the age of 4 and has adored the sport ever since. As a native Oregonian, Jarrod has developed an intimate understanding of the state’s waters. He puts that knowledge to work during guided trips, some of which track down salmon and steelhead, others of which chase mammoth redband and brown trout up to 15 pounds in size. Jarrod leads fellow anglers into Oregon’s waters aboard his new Willie custom drift boat.
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    Redeem on River
    Springfield, OR US
  • Noble Estate Vineyard
    Noble Estate Vineyard and Winery's two tasting rooms may offer visitors different atmospheres, but each serves the winery's same artisan award-winning vintages produced in the South Willamette Valley. The original tasting room, located on Gimpl Hill, is open daily and offers a view of the valley and Estate vineyards, while the urban location hosts live music from blues and classic rock musicians every Friday and Saturday night.
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    29210 Gimpl Hill Road
    Eugene, OR US
  • Silvan Ridge Himan Vinyards
    Founded in 1979, Silvan Ridge Winery began as a vanguard of locally produced Oregon varietals, long before the Beaver State was renowned by aficionados as a source for fine wines. Today, the scenic villa and elegant tasting room hosts parties and samplings of Oregon-made pinot gris, Willamette Valley pinot noir, and micro-produced wines from the Rogue Valley region.
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    27012 Briggs Hill Road
    Eugene, OR US
  • Sweet Cheeks Winery
    Sweet Cheeks Winery, composed of a 65-acre estate vineyard and 140 acres of sloping hills, churns out pinot noir, pinot gris, chardonnay, and riesling. The Executive Wine Tasting gives guests the chance to fill their face pouches with up to 14 flights of Sweet Cheeks' full lineup, including all exclusive bottles not released to the general public. Like a blazing barrel of apples, the 2009 Reserve Pinot Gris smells of fruit and has a hint of smoke, while the 2009 Vintage Riesling gives off subtle undertones of honeysuckle paired with the sweet flavors of apricot and peach. The 2009 Rosy Cheeks is a cuvee of tempranillo, pinot noir, and pinot gris, all blended and fermented together until they sprout a beautiful bouquet of strawberries and tickle the tongue with flavory tingles. A cheese board of Oregon artisan cheeses, maple-herb roasted nuts, and crackers is provided to complement Sweet Cheeks' wine; guests may also bring their own picnic basket of goodies and iPods to complete the experience. Sample fine wines from the 7,000 sq. ft. patio that overlooks the vineyard and the gentle, sloping hillside leading down into Briggs Hill Valley.
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    27007 Briggs Hill Rd
    Eugene, OR US
  • Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
    The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA), the University of Oregon's premier art museum, tunes uninspired brain waves to fine-art frequencies with its extensive collection of Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and American art. With more than 13,000 objects in its permanent collection, the JSMA allows museum visitors to delve deeply into past and present cultures from around the world. Museum members can sink sight buds into traveling exhibitions, such as Giuseppe Vasi's Rome: Lasting Impressions from the Age of the Grand Tour, which focuses on the 18th century Italian printmaker and his prophetic paintings of R&B group Boys II Men. Members can also partake in one of JSMA's educational programs. In addition to the free admission, museum members get the following benefits:
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    1430 Johnson Ln.
    Eugene, Oregon US
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