Towns & Cities
Looking to spend some time in the Willamette Valley? Here are the tools you need to learn about things to do and places to go on your trip -- but don't be surprised if you get a bit sidetracked by all there is to see and do in the Willamette Valley. Discover restaurants, breweries, places to stay and more with our map explorer and wineries pages. Select your favorite destinations and build your own customized trip.
If you are researching wineries in a specific area view our wine resources page for additional information from our winery partners.
OREGON. WE LIKE IT HERE. YOU MIGHT TOO.
For a start there are the award-winning vineyards. More than 300 of them, actually, bottling world-famous Pinot Noirs, Pinot Gris, and Rieslings that connoisseurs around the world won’t shut up about.
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. And there are plenty of hotels, but also sleepy tipis, vintage trailers, and treetop campsites to sleep in if you’re over hotels.
Once you get to the Willamette Valley, the hard part isn’t finding something to do. It’s finding a reason to tell your friends back home that you aren’t leaving.