- TripBuzz found 39 things to do with kids in or near Corvallis, Oregon, including 16 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Albany and Salem.
- From Reser Stadium to Riverbend Park, the Corvallis area offers 56 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Movie Theaters, Forests and Hiking Trails.
- Home to Oregon State University, the city of Corvallis is primarily a college town home to many artistic and cultural sights. Visitors can enjoy the areas many research centers, museums, arboretums, galleries and libraries. The city also features over 45 local parks and is recognized as a Tree City USA.
Part of the Oregon State University campus, Reser Stadium is named for graduates Al and Pat Reser. The stadium is used primarily for football and has a seating capacity of 45,674 along with a FieldTurf playing surface and concession stands.
A five acre neighborhood park, Riverbend Park has several attractions for kids, including playground equipment and a climbing wall. The park also has lots of open green space, a covered picnic shelter, and public restrooms.
Sunflower Stables is set on 10 acres and offers services for horses including boarding and private riding lessons and camps. They have a lighted indoor arena, an outdoor arena, and several acres of summer pastures.
A soccer facility, Corvallis Sports Park provides youth soccer lessons as well as a home for adult soccer leagues. The park offers a pro shop with soccer equipment and a pub with food, drinks, pool, shuffleboard and televisions.
Situated on 75.3 acres, Avery Park features natural areas, a rose garden with over 250 varieties and a nature center. The park provides children's play structures, sheltered picnic areas and a river trail suitable for walking and jogging.
To have fun and run off excess energy, Wildcat Park features a playground, hopscotch squares, concrete climbing boulders, and a rope/net climbing structure. The equipment is ADA accessible and the concrete wall offers plenty of seating space.
Providing access to the Willamette River, Willamette Park and Natural Area has open meadows and trails for hiking. The area can be used for fishing and boating and has picnic areas, a frisbee golf course, soccer fields and a playground.