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Book Flights to Corvallis, Oregon

Flights to Corvallis are always on sale with CheapOair. We offer cheap flights to Corvallis year round. In addition to offering competitive airline tickets to top cities around the world, we provide travel guides and tips to inform your travel to Corvallis. Read below to learn more about all there is to see and do on your next trip, and count on CheapOair to find you the best deals for all of your travel booking needs.

Places of Interest in Corvallis

A city in the central western part of the US state of Oregon, Corvallis is one of the most popular touristy cities in the state. Whether a tourist is an outdoor enthusiast, an art buff, or a foodie, or love fairs and festival, Corvallis has something apt for all. This city is a vibrant community of scholars and artists and it shows in the cultural events and attractions all through the city. Various parks and green areas in the city and vicinity also make Corvallis an excellent place to visit for nature buffs.

Alsea Falls Park

Located at a distance of around 25 miles from Corvallis, Alsea Falls Park features scenic waterfall on the south fork of the Alsea River. There are excellent picnic facilities here. Visitors can also enjoy fishing as the water here is rich in Chinook salmon and winter steelhead.

Art in the Valley

A cooperative gallery operated by artists from the Willamette Valley, Art in the Valley offers a wide array of original work, including original prints, paintings, pottery, photography, fine porcelain, calligraphy, rock art, jewelry, and sculpture. Art in The Valley changes exhibits every month and features a different artist all through the year.

E. E. Wilson Wildlife Area

Located at a distance of around 9 miles of Corvallis, E. E. Wilson Wildlife Area combines a wildlife park and historic military training site used by troops during the Second World War. E. E. Wilson Wildlife Area is available for picnicking and witness wildlife species such as black-tail deer, quail, and pheasant.