About the Name…

First settled in 1847 by John Diamond and Jacob Spores, the small community gained fame for a beautiful stallion imported from Coburg Germany by a local blacksmith. The horse had such a reputation that the blossoming town was soon known simply as “Coburg.”

A fascinating heritage has awarded the City of Coburg recognition as a National Historic District, encompassing over 187 sites and structures.

Coburg, an Ideal Homebase

Cradled in the Willamette Valley, Coburg is home to lush vegetation and beautiful scenery. The year-round mild climate makes for an enjoyable visit in all seasons. Have a campout at the beautiful Armitage County Park.

Centrally located one hour from the beach, ski passes, and high lakes, Coburg is an ideal home base for any adventure-seeker!

Main Street

Although the community has grown significantly since 1847, it has maintained a unique preservation of the past. From the Historic Homes Tour to the century-old bell in front of the elementary school, Coburg has a story that is best understood when experienced!

Come enjoy Coburg and its fine shops and eateries.

“Out of the ordinary, not out of the way.”

Just five miles north of Eugene, a historic village with yesterday’s charm, Coburg offers visitors a wonderful variety of antique and vintage shops, award-winning eateries, upscale retail venues and salons, and a historic walking tour celebrating Coburg’s heritage, homes and story. Since 1987, Coburg has hosted the largest outdoor antique event in the Northwest. The Coburg Antique & Vintage Fair is held the Sunday after Labor Day and features over 300 dealers from four states.