Regions: Yamhill Valley

The owners of Heiser Farms, John and Kristi Heiser, moved to Grand Island in 1991 to realize their dream of living on a farm and raising their children in such a rural setting.

Attraction: Farms, Corn Mazes, Sightseeing
City: Dayton

Le Puy is a luxury bed & breakfast, perfectly located for exploring the Willamette Valley.  A sustainably focused inn, enjoy romantic guest rooms all with private bath, a panoramic view of the Chehalem Ridge and close proximity to world-class wineries. Our breakfast menu is inspired by local and organic foods, family recipes and fresh flavors of the seasons.  Guests are invited to come to the inn to re-balance themselves with the tranquil setting and fresh atmosphere.  Escape. Come Alive. Breathe Free.

City: Newberg

You'll find Wine Country Farm Vineyard & Winery and its bed and breakfast in the heart of Dundee's Red Hills, providing beautiful 180 degree views of the Cascade Mountains and surrounding Willamette Valley.

Attraction: Sightseeing, Weddings, Wine
City: Dayton

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
City: Dayton

Everyone has done it. Passed many roadside attractions doing 65 miles per hour not even noticing the enchanting place to stop and explore.

City: McMinnville

WINERIES, HAZELNUTS AND AN AIRPLANE THAT DOUBLES AS A WATER SLIDE: A YAMHILL VALLEY PRIMER

By Jim Gullo, for Oregon.com

Attraction: Sightseeing

Whether you stay for a day of gaming fun or book one of 254 lodge rooms for the weekend, Spirit Mountain Casino is a soothing retreat in the heart of Oregon’s lovely wine country.

Attraction: Casinos
City: Grand Ronde

Arlie Hills Farms is a large farm that has a massive pumpkin patch that is 'considered one of the premier pumpkin patches in Oregon'.

Attraction: Farms, Corn Mazes, Sightseeing
City: Monmouth

Andrew J. Baker, who arrived in the Oregon Territory in 1843 as part of the Great Migration, planted the black walnut in 1870 next to his house, built in 1852.

Attraction: Museums/History
City: McMinnville

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