Manufactured Homes Community In Eugene, Oregon
Based on selected map area, there are no homes available.
Based on selected map area, there are no communities available.Reset Map Reset Map
Based on your search preferences there are no available homes for sale.
Based on your search preferences there are no available communities.Clear Search Clear Search
- Card Close
Woodland Park Estates
Enjoy the small-town charm of our community while being close to shopping, dining and activities in Eugene. Our community features a clubhouse, swimming pool, fitness center, indoor spa, a billiards room, and a business center. Enjoy access to the best urban attractions and schools in the beautiful state of Oregon.View Community about Woodland Park Estates
Explore The Area
Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the best things to do in Eugene?
From shopping to dining to recreation and sightseeing, there’s lots to do in Eugene. Some must-see attractions in Eugene include:
- Cascades Raptor Center
- Oregon Air and Space Museum
- Hendricks Park/Rhododendron Garden
- Ridgeline Trail
- Owen Rose Garden
- Hult Center for the Performing Arts
- 5th Street Public Market
- Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
- Mount Pisgah Arboretum
- Valley River Center
- Spencer Butte Park
- Emerald Shopping Center
- What are the best places to eat in Eugene?
If you’re looking for a place to settle in for some delectable dining, Eugene has you covered. Savor a scrumptious brunch at Standby Abby Hill. If you have a taste for Asian fare, give the popular Sabai Café and Bar a try. Or if classic American cuisine is more to your taste, the King Estate Restaurant and Tasting Room is a dining experience not to be missed.
- What is Eugene best known for?
In Eugene, residents work hard and they play hard. Nestled in the heart of the Pacific Northwest, the city is widely celebrated for its lush vegetation and tall, majestic trees, earning it the nickname, the emerald city. But there’s far more to do in Eugene than simply savor the natural beauty. Eugene has made a name for itself as the training center and professional birthplace of some of the world’s greatest track athletes. Known as Track Town USA, the legendary runner, Steve Prefontaine is just one of many elites who got their start in Eugene.
- How is the weather in Eugene?
Eugene is described as having an oceanic climate with Mediterranean influences, meaning that the city’s proximity to the Pacific Ocean keeps weather conditions generally mild. Summers tend to be short and dry, but can be very warm. Winters are typically cool and wet, but temperatures rarely fall below freezing.
- Does Eugene have public transportation?
Yes, Eugene has a thriving public transportation system. The Lane Transit District (LTD) operates the Emerald Express, which provides rapid transit bus service both within the city and to surrounding communities.