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Located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, and within a short drive of the Pacific Ocean, the Cascade Mountains, and other beautiful natural areas, the University of Oregon is the perfect destination for people who love the outdoors. It is known across the United States for its green spaces, fresh air, good public transportation, and great places to run and bike. The people of Eugene embrace diverse beliefs and abilities, which provides a friendly and welcoming environment where students feel they belong.
Due to COVID-19, AEI is offering remote classes to keep AEI students, host families, and partners safe.
Outdoor Program (OP) Barn
Carefree Farms Campground
Join Jess and Ben for the OP's first trip of the Summer. We will be kayaking down the Willamette from Springfield to Alton Baker Park. $10. Date: Wed, July 6th. Time: 1:45 pm. Location: Outdoor Program Rental Barn, 1225 E. 18th Ave. Pre-trip: Tuesday, July 5th, 5pm, Outdoor Program Rental Barn. Sign-up Monday-Friday 12-5 pm at the Outdoor & Bike Program Office, EMU 008 or call 541-346-4371
Carefree Farms offers 4 nights of camping (2pm Thursday - noon Monday)
Camping passes are per person
Each camping pass includes 1 free meal (breakfast or dinner) from Sapphire Mountain Grill
Kids 10 and under are admitted free with paying adult
You MUST have an Oregon Country Fair ticket to enter
One of the original OCF Neighborhood Campgrounds, Carefree Farms is about a 10-minute walk from the Fair entrance and offers a quiet, peaceful, family-friendly setting with open pasture and trees for shade from the sun or protection from the rain. Camping is dry, with no RV hookups. Carefree Farms offers portable bathroom accommodations and showers for a fee. The campground features a drumming circle, two entertainment stages, an onsite convenience store, and tasty food options at Sapphire Mountain Grill. BBQ grills and camp stoves are allowed
BBQ grills and camp stoves are allowed
Noise curfew from 10pm to 8am
RVs, CAMPERS, TRAILERS:
RVs, campers and trailers require and RV space – THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE ANY PEOPLE / CAMPING PASSES
A limited number of RVs are allowed
There is an additional fee for RV camping in addition to your camping pass
Please specify if you are bringing an RV, camper, or trailer when purchasing your passes
No RV hookups
Portable bathroom accommodations
Showers are available for purchase
Onsite convenience store providing beverages, some food items, ice, etc.
Sapphire Mountain Grill provides breakfast, lunch, and dinner
Two entertainment stages
Separate drumming circle
Hey folks! We're going to be holding events, both in person and virtual, over the summer so people can keep in touch with the LGBTQIA+ community at UO.
Our second in-person event will be a Pizza Party, held in the LGBTQA3 Office in the EMU on Saturday, July 9th, from 2 - 5 pm. Pizza and drinks will be provided!
Tickets available at the UO Ticket Office in the EMU!
The Return of The Tree People: The Tree People return to the WOW Hall after a 38 year absence, for a concert celebrating the release of their new record album, The Return of The Tree People, and their new hardcover book of photos, lyrics, art, written music and stories about The Tree People. The current lineup features Stephen Cohen- voice, acoustic, cigar box and miniature guitar, a homemade 1 string thing instrument and a 3-string musical sculpture; Rich Hinrichsen- double bass and voice; Maeve Stier- voice, accordion and kazoo; Jen Harrison- French horn; John Savage- saxophone and flute; and Ron Tuttle- drums and octapad.