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Willamette Valley

Willamette Valley is Oregon’s wine region. There are more than 700 award-winning vineyards, bottling world-famous pinot noirs, pinot gris and rieslings that connoisseurs around the world just adore. But there’s more to the Willamette Valley than its wine. There are also acres of farms raising the organic livestock and produce sold at the local restaurants and markets you’ll find in the historic towns here — all of which are connected by miles of cycling and hiking trails traversing the land from Opal Creek to Mt. Angel.

There are enough fields of flowers, winding rivers, covered bridges, hot springs and scenic waterfalls to fill a month of Sunday drives. There’s rarely a weekend without a rodeo or a craft brew fest.


Nestled in the heart of Oregon’s wine country, on the native Kalapuya lands, you’ll ­find McMinnville, a warm, inviting, and genuinely friendly destination. Whether it’s the nostalgic feeling of walking below the twinkle-light fi­lled trees lining the historic downtown or enjoying some of the world’s best Pinot noir, you’re sure to experience the warmth of the people you’ll meet in McMinnville. Farm-to-table restaurants, shopping, wine tasting, arts and culture, and lodging experiences as welcoming as the town itself are waiting for you in McMinnville.

Downtown McMinnville is a stroll-worthy stop with its tree-lined streets anchored by quaint boutiques, cool coffeehouses, and kitschy antiquaries punctuated with wine-tasting rooms, craft breweries and bars, and a tasty mix of award-winning restaurants.

When visiting McMinnville, you can count on more than wine to keep you entertained. The mild year-round climate allows for plenty of outdoor pursuits from road cycling to hiking and picnics in the park interspersed with visits to farmer’s markets, outdoor art, and historic sightseeing.


Located in Yamhill County in Willamette Valley wine country, Newberg is home to vintners who craft complex pinots and creative chefs who use the region’s bounty to develop innovative menus. Visitors enjoy fine art and wine in historic downtown Newberg. Just outside of town, the rolling hills lead south to some of the region’s oldest and most innovative wine producers.

A great place to start exploring the activities of Newberg, Oregon, is with a walk along the Willamette River. It’s there that you’ll learn how in 1859, a handful of dreamers got together and began Oregon. From there, head over to the Hoover-Minthorn House and stroll the gardens of the boyhood home of President Herbert Hoover. Once you’ve gazed into the past, explore the present-day attractions of Newberg, Oregon, by shopping local boutiques full of fashion finds, must-have accessories, home items, and gifts.



Ideally located between the mountains and coast, and a 40-minute drive from Portland, Dundee offers everything a food and wine destination should. Dundee has quietly become a culinary magnet with a taste for every palate. The Dundee Hills region lures pinot noir enthusiasts from across the globe to dozens of wineries within its own distinctive viticulture region. Sip a flight or enjoy farm-to-table cuisine at one of many restaurants. Savor locally made cheese at Briar Rose Creamery or tip a pint at a craft brewery.

Visit wineries and restaurants to discover how chefs, winemakers and farmers are working together to create memorable culinary experiences. From farm-to-table restaurants, fine dining, and places to grab a hearty brunch to the perfect place to pick up ingredients for your picnic, Dundee has something to satisfy every craving.

Whether your goal is to sip, savour, stroll, shop, or stay, the casual elegance and small-town hospitality will create an unforgettable experience.

Oregon City

Just 13 miles south of the big city, a day trip to historic Oregon City — the state’s first capital and the end of the Oregon Trail — can feel like a trip back in time. You can still see the remnants of the 1800s when it was the heart of the region’s lumber, flour, wool, and paper mill industries. From paddling or wetting a fly on the Clackamas River to the bluffs overlooking the Willamette River Gorge you’ll find stunning scenery, adventure, and tranquility in Oregon City.

During your time in Oregon City, we highly recommend making time for our Willamette Falls Kayak/Paddleboard Tour. This incredible tour gives you the opportunity to paddle through calm waters with stunning views of the historic Oregon Trail as you make your way to the second-largest waterfall in the United States!

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