Cities: Dayton

A commercial ferry began crossing the Yamhill River at Dayton in 1844. The town was founded in 1850 by Andrew Smith and Joel Palmer. Palmer, who also served as superintendent of Indian affairs for Oregon built a flour mill there. Dayton was named for Smith's former hometown of Dayton, Ohio.

John and Kristi Heiser moved to Grand Island in the fall of 1991, realizing their dream to live on a farm and bring their children, Henry and Madeline, up in a rural setting.

Attraction: Corn Mazes, Farms, Sightseeing
Region: Yamhill Valley
http://www.heiserfarms.com/

In 1990, while looking for a special Oregon property to call home, Joan Davenport came upon 13-acres which included a spacious farm house, historic barn built in 1870 with connecting pastures for her Arabian horses an

Attraction: Sightseeing, Weddings, Wine
Region: Yamhill Valley
http://www.winecountryfarm.com/Winery.aspx

Welcome to our beautiful estate where fantastic views sweep across a valley of incredible beauty with our own vineyard in the foreground.

Lodging: Bed & Breakfast
Region: Yamhill Valley

Quimby’s Pond is a stunning Lodge Style Bed and Breakfast just 2 miles out of the Historic town of Dayton, Oregon. Located on fifteen acres, this serene setting offers captivating vistas of the Red Hills of Dundee.

Lodging: Bed & Breakfast
Region: Yamhill Valley