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Welcome to Corvallis

The city of Corvallis – “the Heart of the Valley” – is located in the center of Oregon’s Willamette Valley, close to the Portland and Eugene metropolitan areas, the Oregon Coast, and the Coast and Cascade mountain ranges. Corvallis has a residential population of 58,630 and is the home of Oregon State University, one of only two Land-Grant, Sea-Grant, Space-Grant and Sun-Grant universities in the United States.

Corvallis was recently named “the most innovative city in the country” by scientists from the Los Alamos National Laboratory and the Santa Fe Institute in New Mexico. It has also been regularly recognized as one of the best college towns and one of the top-ten places to live in the country.

The Corvallis Knights have been one of the strongest and most successful franchises in the West Coast League since its 2005 inception. The Knights captured WCL West/South Division regular-season titles in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2021 and 2022; won the Divisional Series in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2021 and 2022; and won the WCL Championship Series in 2008, 2011, 2013, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2021 and 2022.

Who Are The Knights?

The Corvallis Knights are a summer wood-bat amateur baseball team for players with remaining college eligibility.

The team competes in the West Coast League, a 16-member league established in 2005 with franchises throughout the Pacific Northwest. Franchises are located in Corvallis, Bend, Springfield and Portland, Oregon; in Kelso/Longview, Walla Walla, Wenatchee, Port Angeles, Yakima, Ridgefield and Bellingham, Wash., in Kelowna, Kamloops and Victoria, British Columbia, and Edmonton in Alberta, Canada.

The Knights play at Goss Stadium on the Oregon State campus. Teams play a 54-game WCL schedule, followed by three rounds of playoffs; the season starts in early June and runs through mid-August. Players stay with host families in the community.

How to Buy Tickets

Tickets are available by visiting the Knights’ office at 4th and Jefferson in Downtown Corvallis, by calling the office at 541-752-5656, or by purchasing online.

Where to Stay

There are many hotels, motels, bed & breakfast locations and campgrounds to stay at while visiting Corvallis, in every price range. Visiting teams stay at the Hotel Corvallis, 350 SW 4th St, Corvallis, OR 97333, downtown Corvallis just across the street from the Corvallis Knights front office.

Best Western Corvallis and the Hotel Corvallis are the official hotels of the Knights.

For a complete listing of Corvallis-area lodging options and to book a room, visit

Where to Eat

Numerous dining options are available in the Corvallis/Albany area, ranging from fast food to gourmet dining.

Corvallis Knights sponsors in the area include American Dream Pizza; Block 15; Sky High; McDonald’s; Papa’s Pizza; Qdoba Mexican Grill; The Old Spaghetti Factory; and Cascade BBQ.

For a complete listing of Corvallis-area restaurants, visit

How to Find Goss Stadium

From I-5

Take exit 228 west to Corvallis. After crossing the Willamette River, turn left on Fifth Street, turn right on Jefferson Avenue, turn left at the stoplight on 15th Street, and turn right on Washington Way. Go west for mile. Goss Stadium will be on your right.

From U.S. Highway 99W

Turn west onto Western Avenue (left turn from the south, right turn from the north). Turn right on 15th Street, turn left on Washington Way just after the railroad track, and go west for 1/4 mile. Goss Stadium will be on your right.

From U.S. Highway 20

Turn right (from the north) or left (from the south) at the stoplight at 26th Street. Head north and turn left on Washington Way, just past the railroad tracks, and go west for 1/4 mile. Goss Stadium will be on your right.

Where to Park

All Oregon State non-metered parking lots are free and open to the public during the summer after 5 PM on weekdays and anytime on weekends. There is a parking garage across Washington Way from Goss Stadium. There are also parking lots east of Goss Stadium, behind the left-field fence; south of Goss Stadium, across Washington Way; and adjacent to nearby Gill Coliseum. Visit the Oregon State parking page for more information.

What to Do

There’s much to do in the Corvallis area, ranging from winery tours, Saturday market, arts and culture, outdoor recreation, historical tours, campus tours, and more.

For more information and activities, visit:

For More Information

For more information on Corvallis, see the Visit Corvallis website at, or visit the Corvallis Chamber of Commerce website at

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