COVID-19 Travel Information

Salem Oregon - Marion & Polk Counties

Marion and Polk counties entered Phase Two of reopening on June 19, 2020. Leisure travel is strongly discouraged at this time, and any visit should be planned with caution and respect for our communities.

Restaurants, tasting rooms, pubs, and other public-facing businesses may choose to reopen—but may do so with physical distancing restrictions, shortened hours, and capacity limits. Visitors should make reservations or call ahead whenever possible.

Please visit Travel Salem for travel-related news and updates on COVID-19 in Marion and Polk counties.

Pack your suitcase – but leave your suit behind. Salem may be the legislative heart of Oregon, but you won’t need a suit and tie to experience the many award-winning wineries, farm-to-fork dining experiences, cultural treasures and outdoor adventures you’ll find here.

Named a Heritage All-Star Community in 2013, Salem offers an eclectic mix of old and new. When you visit the Salem area, you’ll find exquisite natural wonders and outdoor attractions. You can walk behind a waterfall, hike through an old growth forest, or cycle past vineyards and orchards.

Salem boasts a dynamic food and beverage scene. Dozens of boutique wineries abound in the area, along with a growing craft beer and hard cider scene. Enjoy delicious, locally sourced cuisine at an area restaurant, pick up fresh produce at a farmer’s market, or grab gourmet products from one of the community’s many artisan food producers.

When you’re ready to settle down for the night, Salem offers a wide array of lodging options - from modern hotels to charming bed and breakfasts, offering an assortment of amenities.

Travel Salem

181 High St. NE
Salem, Oregon 97301

503.581.4325
800.874.7012

www.TravelSalem.com

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HOW TO PROPERLY SNOWSHOE IN THE WEST CASCADES
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RUN, BIKE AND HIKE YOUR WAY THROUGH SALEM AND THE MID-WILLAMETTE VALLEY
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THE HISTORIC ROOTS OF THE WOODEN SHOE TULIP FEST
Every tradition has a beginning, and oftentimes those beginnings are by pure chance. Take Oregon s largest tulip festival at Wooden Shoe Tulip…
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