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Lots of historical buildings and a couple really good places to eat.Busters always a fav for breakfast, Jack Sprats has great food and if you want beer, food and music, you gotta try ax and fiddle. Just up Main street east is Hard Knocks brew...More
This a cute little walkable town. We walk all around the old town lots of cute shops and places to eat. It was really fun and we spent about 4 hours. The only complaint I have is that the public toilets had a sign on...More
I always love visiting Cottage Grove, if for no other reason than to walk around the historic downtown. There's a bunch of very cool shops, some antique stores where you will be sure to find some unique items! Stop in at the Axe and Fiddle...More
We came here because it's a hub for seeing covered bridges in Oregon (there are 51 throughout the state, but many clustered around here). One is right downtown! Quaint shops,19th century buildings, several interesting murals depicting historic scenes. Filmed here: the Buster Keaton classic "The...More
Once primarily a center of timber harvesting, Cottage Grove has branched out in new directions. It now has a downtown historic district decked out with murals on the sides of buildings. It is the home of the Territorial Seed Co. and has quite an array...More
We would of enjoyed the downtown much more if stores had of been open. Most of them were closed. We were there on a Tuesday around 10 in the morning. Monday's most are closed but thought more would be open on Tuesday and in the...More
Tacky vinyl banner about midway down the street ruins and decent photo you might want to get. There are a few business for shopping but many are just offices. Some buildings just look dirty and creepy but others look shiny and new. In all it's...More