Adair Park has an open, spacious feeling which is perfect for larger groups. Groups as large as 800 people have held picnic events here.
- Seating for 300 picnickers
- Can be divided into two smaller areas for 120 & 180 picnickers
- Large group barbeques
- 2 softball fields
- 2 volleyball courts
- 2 tennis courts
- a disc golf course
At the wildlife area: E. E. Wilson Wildlife Area offers a diversity of Willamette Valley habitat types. Easy non-motorized access is available via a grid of paved and gravel roads. Hunting opportunities include pheasants, duck, deer, rabbit and quail. A fishing pond is stocked with trout February – June. A variety of upland gamebirds can be viewed all year. An interpretive trail offers an accompanying guide.
The McDonald-Dunn Research Forest consists of approximately 11,250 acres of predominantly forested land on the western edge of the Willamette Valley in Oregon, and on the eastern foothills of the Coast Range.
The Corvallis Society of Model Engineers is a model railroad club located in Adair Village, Oregon about five miles North of Corvallis. CSME was founded in 1959. We have the second largest HO scale layout in Oregon
Adair Village has many activities for those interested in geocaching. See the above link for possible hidden spots. Camp Adair – a geocaher’s guide also has information.