Around Corvallis

Discover for yourself why Corvallis has been rated on several occasions as one of the top livable small U.S. cities! Whether you're looking for art, festivals or recreational opportunities, summer is a perfect time to explore what Corvallis has to offer. For a menu of ideas, click through the categories above.

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For a visual introduction to the Corvallis area, check out this Corvallis slideshow.

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Corvallis Tourism Office
541-757-1544 / 800-334-8118, 553 NW Harrison Blvd.
The office provides guides and maps to Corvallis recreation, dining, lodging, bike ways, and transit systems as well as Pacific Northwest attractions. You also alos find information on recreation and state-owned parks (reservations required at most parks for overnight camping).

Corvallis-Benton County Public Library
541-766-6926, 645 NW Monroe, Corvallis
Close to campus, the public library offers a variety of information and lending services as well as public programs for children and adults. Books, sound recordings, magazines, newspapers, maps, video tapes, CDs, books on tape, games, and other items available for borrowing. Full reference and interlibrary loan service available. Visit their website to search the catalog, access your library account, and place reserves. Hours: Monday - Thursday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Friday - Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; closed Sundays.

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