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Tillamook Coast
Tillamook Coast Visitors Guide

Our most popular destination is the Tillamook Cheese Factory, where you can sample free cheese, buy a double-dip ice cream cone, or shop for Tillamook-made gifts. Blue Heron French Cheese Company offers lunch, gifts, local food samples and a wine tasting room. The Air Museum is filled with vintage planes in a former blimp hangar, the tallest wooden structure in North America. And the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum offers a walk back in time as well as a new artist show every month.

Go crabbing at Kelly’s Marina or Jetty Fisheries, or toss a crab pot off the dock in Garibaldi. Hike the interpretive trails at Kilchis Point Reserve, a family and ADA- friendly walk. Hop on a rail bike and pedal through farmland and over rivers with Oregon Coast Railriders – the whole family will enjoy it. Drive the Three Capes Route past Cape Meares Lighthouse and miles of beaches, culminating in a great meal at Pelican Brewing on the beach at Cape Kiwanda.

Phone: 844-330-6962

Website: http://www.tillamookcoast.com

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Seaside Oregon Pacific Beach Vacation Guide Travel Deals Family Fun
  • Seaside Oregon Pacific Beach Vacation Guide Travel Deals Family Fun
  • Seaside Oregon Pacific Beach Vacation Guide Travel Deals Family Fun
  • Seaside Oregon Pacific Beach Vacation Guide Travel Deals Family Fun
  • Seaside Oregon Pacific Beach Vacation Guide Travel Deals Family Fun

Seaside, OR

Some places guard their secrets. Not Seaside. We can’t wait to show you how to do all the great things we have to offer. Seasideor.com

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So we’ve filled our downtown with great restaurants, bumper cars, kite shops, and 170 flavors of saltwater taffy and counting.

We’ve adorned our vast, sandy beaches with swing sets and volleyball nets, and lined it with a Promenade a mile and a half long.

We’ve built hiking trails that will take you to epic views of Tillamook Lighthouse, created biking trails on old logging roads, and have two rivers running through town you can kayak, canoe or crab.

And we’re eager to tell you exactly how, when and where to do all the great things Seaside has to offer.

So come one, come all, stay for the weekend, or better yet, the week. We’ll make sure you have so much fun you’ll want to visit again and again and again.

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Tillamook Coast Visitors Guide

    Tillamook Coast

    Oregon’s Tillamook Coast

    Discover what nature can do for you on the Tillamook Coast, from Manzanita to Neskowin. Choose your outdoor adventure, from hiking, fishing and crabbing to kayaking, surfing and paddleboarding. Or perhaps a walk with your dog is more your laid-back idea of relaxation? We’ve got beaches, bayfronts, riverbanks and forest trails that you, your family and pooch will love. Getting hungry? Fresh seafood, produce, and world-famous cheese and beer are around every turn on Highway 101.

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    Our most popular destination is the Tillamook Cheese Factory, where you can sample free cheese, buy a double-dip ice cream cone, or shop for Tillamook-made gifts. Blue Heron French Cheese Company offers lunch, gifts, local food samples and a wine tasting room. The Air Museum is filled with vintage planes in a former blimp hangar, the tallest wooden structure in North America. And the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum offers a walk back in time as well as a new artist show every month.

    Go crabbing at Kelly’s Marina or Jetty Fisheries, or toss a crab pot off the dock in Garibaldi. Hike the interpretive trails at Kilchis Point Reserve, a family and ADA- friendly walk. Hop on a rail bike and pedal through farmland and over rivers with Oregon Coast Railriders – the whole family will enjoy it. Drive the Three Capes Route past Cape Meares Lighthouse and miles of beaches, culminating in a great meal at Pelican Brewing on the beach at Cape Kiwanda.

    Website: http://www.tillamookcoast.com

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    Willamette Valley Oregon Wine Country Visitors Guide Vacation Brochure

      Willamette Valley, OR

      Welcome to the Willamette Valley, where you are in for a warm, wine-country welcome! Whether this is your first time or you’ve been here before, we’ve got plenty to show you. Our award-winning wineries are famous the world over and the mountains, rivers and trails draw outdoor enthusiasts of all types.

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      The story of the Willamette Valley, a destination for dreamers, was one born of geological calamity. At the end of the last ice age, at least 25 massive floods swept westward through the Columbia River Gorge, depositing rich, diverse soils in the 150-mile stretch between Portland and Eugene. Today the Willamette Valley’s abiding allure has everything to do with these soils — its farm-to-fork food scene, a world-class wine industry and the pioneering nature of its people, who come here to build, to make and to live the good life.

      You'll find lush vineyards and farms, tended by families who are passionate about growing the best wine grapes and freshest foods. You’ll meet chefs who turn this bounty into mouthwatering farm-to-table cuisine. You’ll sip some of the world’s finest Pinot noir. And you’ll discover rivers, trails and mountains beckoning to your inner explorer.

      The Willamette Valley is known as Oregon Wine Country, and recognized as one of the premier Pinot noir producing areas in the world. Other cool-climate varieties such as Pinot gris, Pinot blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling and Gewürztraminer are equally at home here. While the number of wineries continues to grow, Willamette Valley winemakers have not lost their personal, handcrafted approach, or their desire to do things a little differently.
      Discover what happens in a place where land and people pair so well together.

      Website: www.OregonWineCountry.org

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      Mt Hood Gorge Oregon River Vacation
      • Mt Hood Gorge Oregon River Vacation
      • Mt Hood Gorge Oregon River Vacation
      • Mt Hood Gorge Oregon River Vacation
      • Mt Hood Gorge Oregon River Vacation
      • Mt Hood Gorge Oregon River Vacation
      • Mt Hood Gorge Oregon River Vacation

      Mt. Hood / The Gorge, OR

      Whether you're looking up the Columbia Gorge from Cascade Locks, taking in Mt. Hood from Timberline Lodge or gliding past old-growth Douglas-firs on Clackamas River, you will never tire of the wonders of Mt. Hood and the Columbia River Gorge.

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      Oregon's Mt. Hood and the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area are unquestionably two of the most beautiful places on earth. Whether you're watching the sun set over the Columbia River from the western perch of Vista House or sitting atop Rowena Crest enjoying Oregon’s stretch eastward. Taking in Mt. Hood up close from the warmth of Timberline Lodge or watching the rolling hills of farmland along the Fruit Loop and gliding past old-growth Douglas-firs on the Sandy or Clackamas Rivers. Your eyes and senses will never tire here.

      It’s no wonder why Lewis & Clark used its waterfalls as inspiration to finish their journey west and thousands of families came through this way along the last leg of the Oregon Trail to settle in the Promised Land. Today, the Mt. Hood and Columbia Gorge area demands to be hiked, biked, paddled, kite surfed, fished and skied. The agricultural bounty needs to be plucked and savored, its history investigated, its culture and art appreciated, its natural wonders explored.

      You can't spend a day here and claim to know it. But give it a week and you'll get a lifetime’s worth of adventure and memories.


      Mt. Hood/Gorge. For people who are bored easily.

      Website: http://www.hood-gorge.com/

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      Visit Medford and The Rogue Valley
      • Visit Medford and The Rogue Valley
      • Visit Medford and The Rogue Valley
      • Visit Medford and The Rogue Valley
      • Visit Medford and The Rogue Valley
      • Visit Medford and The Rogue Valley
      • Visit Medford and The Rogue Valley

      Medford and The Rogue Valley

      From world-class wines to Tony Awards, from national parks to breathtaking adventure, your journey begins in Medford and Southern Oregon.

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      Recently named by Forbes as one of the top 12 global wine regions to visit, Southern Oregon is home to more than 150 wineries offering a wide range of award-winning varietals. Artisan foods are the perfect complement to the region’s wines and include prized cheeses from Rogue Creamery, luscious Lillie Belle chocolates, as well as Harry and David’s world-famous Moose Munch.

      Medford is also the gateway to Crater Lake National Park, the deepest lake in North America, boasting pristine blue water and sheer surrounding cliffs, almost two thousand feet high. Over 200 days of sunshine abound among breathtaking terrain, including the wild Rogue River, the Natural Bridge Loop – a two mile hike over ancient lava tubes, gorgeous waterfalls and lush greenery. Outdoor enthusiasts can take in the sights while jetboating or rafting, hiking, biking, ziplining, golfing, fishing and more.

      Home to some of the best live performances on the west coast, Medford and the Rogue Valley offer Tony Award-winning productions at Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s renowned open air Elizabethan Theater. Top headliners perform on an outdoor stage in Historic Jacksonville at Britt Music & Arts Festival, and theater enthusiasts are inspired by awe-inspiring productions at the Craterian Theater in Medford.

      Located midway between San Francisco and Portland, Medford and Southern Oregon are easily accessible and affordable.

      Website: www.TravelMedford.org

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      Discover Klamath Oregon Visitors Guide Travel Brocure Vacation Information Planner
      • Discover Klamath Oregon Visitors Guide Travel Brocure Vacation Information Planner
      • Discover Klamath Oregon Visitors Guide Travel Brocure Vacation Information Planner
      • Discover Klamath Oregon Visitors Guide Travel Brocure Vacation Information Planner
      • Discover Klamath Oregon Visitors Guide Travel Brocure Vacation Information Planner
      • Discover Klamath Oregon Visitors Guide Travel Brocure Vacation Information Planner
      • Discover Klamath Oregon Visitors Guide Travel Brocure Vacation Information Planner

      Discover Klamath, Oregon

      Ahh, Klamath! The very home of Crater Lake National Park. Half a hop from the Lava Beds National Monument. You really need to get down here and see it! Come on. Meet me in Klamath!

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      Klamath County is smack dab in the middle of the largest migratory bird route in the west, Native American and World War II sites that will really get you thinking. Raft on class IV whitewater or serenely drift on meandering rivers chock full of ravenous trout that practically leap into your boat. Oh and centuries of stunning cycling and mountain biking. Hiking? Oh, yes there's hiking. And did I mention Crater Lake? I did! Well, there's just so much to do here, you really need to get down here and see it for yourself. Come on. Meet me in Klamath!

      Website: http://www.meetmeinklamath.com/

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      Ashland Oregon Mountain vacation wine winery family restaurant visitors guide travel brochure
      • Ashland Oregon Mountain vacation wine winery family restaurant visitors guide travel brochure

      Ashland, OR

      Discover a year-round paradise. Explore Ashland. With sunshine and sophisticated amenities, surrounded by a beautiful scenic backdrop, springtime in Ashland offers amazing colors in bloom. Experience cultural, culinary and outdoor adventures. Come enjoy Ashland this spring, as you like it.

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      Why Ashland? Ashland receives on average 300 days of sunshine a year. The weather is amazing and so are the people. You can literally feel the culture. Though many know Ashland for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, there is live music, museums, art galleries and performing arts to explore
      Sip and taste local. Ashland and Southern Oregon’s wines are as good as the best in the world. With the same latitude as France, Spain and Italy and a 7-month growing season, the wine scene is authentic and approachable. Engage in the experience of the delicious varietals like viognier, syrah, tempranillo and grenache. Ashland’s microbrews are also award winning and pair well with the amazing cuisine that its culinary scene creates with over 100 restaurants to choose from.
      Nature invites you. Enjoy a birders’ paradise with 327 species of birds in Southern Oregon. The rivers run strong in spring from the mountain snowmelt and so do the fish. It is an excellent season to go fishing or rafting with an outfitter on the nearby Rogue River. Spring skiing can be enjoyed at Mt. Ashland through early April.
      Experience cultural, culinary and outdoor adventures. Come enjoy Ashland this spring, as you like it.

      Website: http://www.travelashland.org

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      Beaverton Oregon Washington County Wine Wineries Vacation Guide Travel Deals
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      • Beaverton Oregon Washington County Wine Wineries Vacation Guide Travel Deals

      Oregon's Washington County

      Discover the wonders of Oregon’s Tualatin Valley! Located minutes from Portland, the Tualatin Valley has a multitude of celebrated attractions and mixes urban amenities with serene natural and agricultural settings. Enjoy acclaimed vineyard estate wineries, craft breweries, small-batch distilleries, and a host of activities ranging from birdwatching to zip-lining. Learn more about Tualatin Valley (URL:http://tualatinvalley.org)

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      Oregon’s Washington County is the gateway to the Willamette Valley, and with more than 30 wineries, there are plenty of opportunities to taste a great Oregon wine. For a departure from the ordinary, visit the world’s only American owned-and-operated large-production saké brewery to taste a flight of locally produced saké. Or visit one of nearly a dozen craft beer breweries, right here on the outskirts of “beervana.”

      Nature lovers, cyclists, hikers and bird watchers flock here year-round to take in the sights and sounds of the great outdoors. Several wetlands and nature preserves and parks offer magnificent photography and bird-spotting opportunities, while forested areas untouched by motor vehicles provide several miles of biking and hiking trails, from rugged to smoothly paved terrain.

      During warm-weather months, water recreation, hot air balloon rides, glider plane flights, and the area’s only aerial ropes course and zip-line park provide a sense of adventure. From late-spring through early-autumn, the agricultural richness of Washington County is evident at nearly every turn. Crops are ready for the pickin’, and at area farms, picking your own fruit is encouraged, and locals and visitors alike gather at area farmers’ markets.

      No trip to Oregon is complete without taking advantage of tax-free shopping. Washington County offers premier shopping, ranging from high-end retail centers to quaint antique stores and artisan shops featuring locally crafted delights.

      Finally, all of the wine tasting, outdoor recreation, farm visits and shopping can really work up an appetite, and when it comes to dining, Washington County pleases with a mix of cuisines from the far reaches of the globe.

      Whether visiting for a day, weekend or a full week, Oregon’s Washington County provides rewarding, affordable and memorable experiences. We can’t wait ‘til you get here. Cheers!

      Website: www.OregonsWashingtonCounty.com/

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      Travel Pendleton Oregon Visitors Guide Vacation Brochure
      • Travel Pendleton Oregon Visitors Guide Vacation Brochure

      Pendleton, OR

      Pendleton is rich in history and culture. A town of cowboys, Indians, fabled rodeo, fine woolens, art, music, fine western craftsman, and legendary hospitality, we’re located in the heart of the Inland Pacific Northwest. Hand make your weekend in Pendleton.

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      Days start early in Pendleton. Summer is long and warm and there is work to do.
      Fields need to be farmed, horses fed, fabrics wove, flour ground, stores opened. Flies need to be tied. Saddles, hats and boots need to be made. So do pizzas. And beer. And cocktails.

      At the Rainbow, coffee is ready an hour before the sun. The bar neon worked the night shift — keeping a century of Round-Up winners company.

      Across the street at Hamley’s, leather waits to be worked by hard hands and old tools.
      Things get done in Pendleton — some more quickly than others.

      Hats and boots are slowly shaped by hand. Wool blankets are woven together in a flurry of high-speed looms. Steelhead are hooked below the Main Street Bridge. Huckleberries and morels are gathered from the foothills of the Blue Mountains. Coffee is roasted, ground and poured. Beer is brewed, tasted and toasted. Guitars are tuned in and turned up.
      Pendleton is a town of doers.

      Things get done here — they get built and crafted and perfected. And when they do, they’re not going to be relegated to shelf or a Pinterest page. They’re going to get used and bruised. They’re going to get dusty and rusty. And they’ll hold up.

      We build things here — and not just boots and hats. Families and friendships benefit from the tradition of craftsmanship, of care and creativity and the wide-open space to do what you want.

      Website: http://www.travelpendleton.com

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      The Dalles Oregon Wine Wineries Fine Dining Vacation Guide Tourism Brochure
      • The Dalles Oregon Wine Wineries Fine Dining Vacation Guide Tourism Brochure
      • The Dalles Oregon Wine Wineries Fine Dining Vacation Guide Tourism Brochure
      • The Dalles Oregon Wine Wineries Fine Dining Vacation Guide Tourism Brochure
      • The Dalles Oregon Wine Wineries Fine Dining Vacation Guide Tourism Brochure
      • The Dalles Oregon Wine Wineries Fine Dining Vacation Guide Tourism Brochure
      • The Dalles Oregon Wine Wineries Fine Dining Vacation Guide Tourism Brochure

      The Dalles, OR

      The Dalles is more than a small town known for its Cherries and Agriculture. It’s the Eastern Gateway to the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. It’s been a trading post for Native Americans and European Settlers of the west for 10,000 years. It’s the end of the Oregon Trail. It’s the mighty Columbia River, Sturgeon and Salmon Fishing, and the hard working people who love and call this place home. We love our community and want to showcase what is has to offer!

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      Let your imagination run as wild as the Old West! Envision a time when saloon girls, trappers and pioneers traveled the streets of historic downtown The Dalles. Nestled along the banks of the Columbia River, sheltered by Mt. Hood, The Dalles is an ideal location for cycling, hiking, rafting, and angling. Located at the eastern gateway of the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, just 80 miles east of Portland, The Dalles provides easy access to today’s adventures while connecting with its colorful past.

      Whether you are a history buff, wildflower admirer, explorer or outdoor adventurer, you will enjoy your time in The Dalles, one of Oregon’s best escapes with over 300 days of sunshine a year.
      The Dalles area is home to world-class museums and cultural centers. The award-winning Columbia Gorge Discovery Center & Museum tells the story of the Gorge and Wasco County through vivid, interactive display of the Gorge’s natural and cultural histories, and offers visitors an up close view of live raptors with their daily Raptor Program. The Fort Dalles Museum has a unique collection of pioneer and military artifacts, including wagons and cars. Walk along the banks of the Columbia River to visit Lewis and Clark’s Campsite #7. Downtown The Dalles is home to a Carnegie Library, now The Dalles Art Center, Wasco County’s first Courthouse, Klindt’s Booksellers, the oldest continuously running bookstore in Oregon, and 15 murals depicting historical events of the area. Maryhill Museum of Art showcases an extensive Native American basket collection, along with numerous works from Auguste Rodin.

      For travel information, from suggested itineraries to dining and accommodations, visit www.visitthedalles.com.

      Website: www.VisitTheDalles.com

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      Corvallis Oregon Vacation Guide Tourism Brochure
      • Corvallis Oregon Vacation Guide Tourism Brochure
      • Corvallis Oregon Vacation Guide Tourism Brochure

      Visit Corvallis

      Welcome to Corvallis
      Located in the Heart of the Willamette Valley, Corvallis, Oregon offers year round culinary, cultural and outdoor adventures, making Located in the Heart of the Willamette Valley, Corvallis Oregon it the perfect place for your next getaway. Surrounded by fertile countryside with locally owned, nationally known wineries and plenty of biking trails in and around town, we are home to creative chefs with a decidedly local bent and amazing brew masters all right here for your enjoyment, we invite you to visit Corvallis.

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      In addition to the wonderful foodie, craft beer and wine scene, Corvallis has a thriving arts & culture community. We have great artists, photographers, musicians and performing artists all here for taking in.

      Home to Oregon State University primarily known for its’ research, the 400 acre includes a Historic District and is among 41 Best School Buys in the 2013 edition of “The Fiske Guide to Colleges.” We know the presence of the University contributes to the City’s happening vibe- a place fueled by curiosity and innovation.

      Website: www.VisitCorvallis.com/

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      Mt. Hood Territory
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      • Mt. Hood Territory
      • Mt. Hood Territory
      • Mt. Hood Territory
      • Mt. Hood Territory
      • Mt. Hood Territory

      Mt. Hood Territory, OR

      Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory. 100 Ways to Play.

      There’s a wild and wonderful place that wants you to come out and play. Where snowy mountains meet tall trees. Where days are filled with history, biking, rafting, farms and wineries. Where endless things to see and do make more reasons to smile.

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      From the 11,245-foot peak of majestic Mt. Hood, to the fertile Willamette Valley farms, Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory is rich with activities to be explored.

      Year-round recreation for all skill levels stretches from the mountain (skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing) to our rivers and lakes (rafting, kayaking and fishing) our trails (biking, hiking and horseback riding) and other activities such as golfing and camping.

      Celebrate snow sports at historic Timberline Lodge & Ski Area, North America’s longest ski season. Shred some nighttime powder at Mt. Hood Skibowl, or come summertime, kids young and old will enjoy the Alpine Slide and other activities at the Mt. Hood Adventure Park.

      Area offerings include historic tales stretching back to pioneer days along the Oregon Trail and Barlow Road. Modern-day pioneers will love hitting the closest whitewater to Portland for rafting or kayaking on the Clackamas River. For a more relaxed journey, set out on a kayak to explore the Willamette River to historic Willamette Falls.

      The Territory’s abundance of urban, touring and mountain biking options attract cyclists. Take your adrenaline to the limit on the Sandy Ridge Trail System with 15 miles of single-track and Mt. Hood Skibowl’s lift-assisted Mountain Bike Park.

      Stroll through tulip and dahlia fields, pet adorable alpacas and end the day sipping a glass of pinot with the winemakers on our farm loops. Urban explorers may savor and share the experience of a farm-to-table communal dinner or choose from an abundance of festivals and events, diverse lodging and tax-free shopping.

      Website: http://www.mthoodterritory.com

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      Chehalem Valley Wine Wineries Oregon Food Festival Tour Guide Vacation Brochures
      • Chehalem Valley Wine Wineries Oregon Food Festival Tour Guide Vacation Brochures

      Chehalem, OR

      The Chehalem Valley Visitor's Center is proud to serve as the ‘Gateway to Oregon Wine Country,’ showcasing more than ninety wineries and two-hundred vineyards throughout the rolling hills of the Willamette Valley.

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      The Chehalem Valley offers a variety of American Viticultural Areas (AVAs)—each with unique climates, soils, and altitudes—producing some of the finest Pinot Noir grapes (and wine!) in the world.

      Our award-winning Willamette Valley wine pairs perfectly with our area’s excellent cuisine—whether you prefer world-class fine dining or bbq. Newberg, Oregon and the surrounding area is also a great place to have a cup of coffee, shop, and relax.

      To start planning your getaway to Willamette Valley Wine country, stop in at our Visitor’s Center in Newberg, Oregon or give us a call: (503) 538-2014. You can also chart your own course with our website. From four-star dining and accommodations to family and budget-friendly activities, enjoy all there is to see and do. We hope to see you soon!

      Website: http://visit.chehalemvalley.org

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