Discover The Bounty Of Oregon Wine Country



If a garden is a friend you can visit any time – we’ve got plenty of friends for you. 

From some of the first plantings of Oregon Pinot noir, trailblazing hop production and fresh organic berries off the bush, the Willamette Valley's bounty abounds - and that makes all the difference.

The Willamette Valley offers one of the finest climates in the world not only for Pinot Noir, but for roses, dahlias, tulips, berries and hops too. 

Awe-inspiring display gardens delight visitors of all ages in the Salem and Mt. Hood area. But don’t just stop to smell the flowers, we have a surprising array of wild edibles, like luscious truffles, can be found and foraged from field to table.  

 

7 FABULOUS FARMS
GARDEN, FORAGE & FARMS throughout the valley
FLOWERS AND FARM ANIMALS - MT. HOOD TERRITORY
Mt. Hood Territory has some of the best farm experiences around including visiting fuzzy alpacas and fields of flowers.
AN URBAN WETLAND - ALBANY
For a quick but scenic hike, wander the trails of Albany’s Talking Water Gardens. The first-of-its kind engineered wetlands was created to cool wastewater before its returned to the Willamette River.
FARMER'S MARKETS - CORVALLIS
The Corvallis Farmers Market is a fantastic way to spend a morning. Spend a Saturday and Wednesday morning choosing from a variety of fresh, locally-produced produce, meats, cheeses and dairy products, pies, jams, jellies, and so much more. Enjoy live music, dancing and frequent special events.
MUSHROOMS AT THE JOEL PALMER HOUSE
Make a reservation at the Joel Palmer House where the menu revolves around wild mushrooms and truffles the chef gathers and with friends and family.
TRUFFLES AND FORAGING - EUGENE
Unearth truffles and herbs in Eugene. Learn how and what to gather and how to use your bounty to make nourishing and warming recipes.
BERRIES, CHERRIES AND SO MUCH MORE - SALEM
Bringing you the finest produce and Northwest gourmets foods available, Salem area farmstands offer everything from seasonal produce to shortcakes.
7 FABULOUS FARMS
GARDEN, FORAGE & FARMS throughout the valley
FLOWERS AND FARM ANIMALS - MT. HOOD TERRITORY
Mt. Hood Territory has some of the best farm experiences around including visiting fuzzy alpacas and fields of flowers.
AN URBAN WETLAND - ALBANY
For a quick but scenic hike, wander the trails of Albany’s Talking Water Gardens. The first-of-its kind engineered wetlands was created to cool wastewater before its returned to the Willamette River.
FARMER'S MARKETS - CORVALLIS
The Corvallis Farmers Market is a fantastic way to spend a morning. Spend a Saturday and Wednesday morning choosing from a variety of fresh, locally-produced produce, meats, cheeses and dairy products, pies, jams, jellies, and so much more. Enjoy live music, dancing and frequent special events.
MUSHROOMS AT THE JOEL PALMER HOUSE
Make a reservation at the Joel Palmer House where the menu revolves around wild mushrooms and truffles the chef gathers and with friends and family.
TRUFFLES AND FORAGING - EUGENE
Unearth truffles and herbs in Eugene. Learn how and what to gather and how to use your bounty to make nourishing and warming recipes.
BERRIES, CHERRIES AND SO MUCH MORE - SALEM
Bringing you the finest produce and Northwest gourmets foods available, Salem area farmstands offer everything from seasonal produce to shortcakes.
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EXPLORE EUGENE'S URBAN WINERIES & TERRITORIAL WINE TRAIL WITH PINOT BINGO
When the sun offers longer (and warmer) days, it's time to explore the South Willamette Valley. Sip a little different this summer with Pinot Bingo.…
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