Attractions

Our corn maze stretches for ten acres. That's ten acres of adventure! With a variety of twists and turns you are sure to get turned around! Our 2014 maze is a western theme: Buzzard's Roost!

City: Albany
http://www.bosefamilyfarm.com/corn-maze.html

The pumpkin patch at Airlie Hills Farm has a great variety of pumpkins.

City: Monmouth
Region: Yamhill Valley
http://www.airliehills.com/Corn_Maze_2.html

Portland’s original cornfield maze celebrates its 16th season at The Pumpkin Patch on beautiful Sauvie Island in Portland, Oregon.

City: Portland

Griess Family Brews & Taproom is located in downtown Grants Pass. Enjoy one of their handcrafted beers or other local beers on tap. They also have wine, hard cider, non-alcoholic and glutton free beer.

Tags: Sightseeing, Beer
City: Grants Pass
Region: Southern Oregon
http://www.gfbrews.com

On September 13, 1888, after traveling two months along the spine of the Cascade Range, Judge John B.

Region: Southern Oregon

Mary Louisa Black planted this shagbark hickory near her home in 1866 from nuts she carried from Missouri on the Oregon Trail in 1865.

Region: Southern Oregon

On March 22, 1862, the day of his son Emil's birth, Peter Britt planted this Giant Sequoia by his home.

City: Jacksonville
Region: Southern Oregon

This tree was given to Douglas County by Binger Hermann. Hermann served in the U.S. Congress from 1885 until 1897, and again from 1903 until 1907.

City: Roseburg
Region: Southern Oregon

This tree is notable for its size, age and that it is not native to Oregon. Its location was a probable Indian camping and fishing ground where migrating salmon were abundant and accessible.

City: Sutherlin

Folk belief is that this tree was planted in 1847 by Eugene Skinner, co-founder of the City of Eugene in 1853. The tree is within the boundaries of Skinner's 1850 Donation Land Claim.

City: Eugene

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