COVID-19 Updates and Travel Alerts

Corvallis Oregon - Benton County

COVID-19 UPDATES: Benton County is currently considered a “low risk” for the spread of COVID-19. Any visit should be planned with caution and respect for our communities.

Limited indoor dining is currently permitted at restaurants, pubs, and tasting rooms—though take-out and delivery is recommended—and capacity is currently limited at retail stores, shopping centers, and indoor entertainment venues. Please call ahead to ensure businesses are open, and to see which restrictions may be in place, before visiting.
 Get additional news and updates on COVID-19 in the Willamette Valley here.

Please follow up with Visit Corvallis for travel-related news and updates on COVID-19 in Benton County.

Located in the heart of the Willamette Valley, Corvallis is home to Oregon State University and plenty of culinary, cultural and outdoor adventures. Surrounded by locally owned, nationally known wineries and craft breweries with a decidedly local bent, you're sure to stay hydrated. Looking for a day trip? Hike or bike up Marys Peak, the highest point in the Oregon Coast Range, or venture out on the various hiking and biking trails in and around town.

Wondering where to stay? Check out Corvallis’ comprehensive lodging guide.

Whether you’re hungry for incredible cuisine or hankering for an adventure, Corvallis offers something for everyone.

Visit Corvallis

420 NW 2nd Street
Corvallis, OR 97330

541.757.1544
800.334.8118

www.VisitCorvallis.com

EVENTS
THINGS TO DO
WHAT TO EAT
WHERE TO STAY
MARYS PEAK CREEK NAMING HONORS THE INDIGENOUS HERITAGE OF THE WILLAMETTE VALLEY
The names of each of the 10 creeks pays homage to the tribal communities and sacredness of the land of one of the Willamette Valley…
OUTDOOR DINING OPPORTUNITIES ABOUND AROUND WILLAMETTE VALLEY
We round up some of the best places to enjoy outdoor dining around the Willamette Valley this summer.
CORVALLIS-TO-THE-SEA TRAIL LAUNCHES A NEW LINK BETWEEN THE WILLAMETTE VALLEY AND THE PACIFIC OCEAN
The 62-mile trail is officially open as a new destination for hikers and bikers alike.
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