COVID-19 Updates and Travel Alerts

Yamhill County

Yamhill County is currently considered an “extreme risk” for the spread of COVID-19. Leisure travel is strongly discouraged at this time, and any visit should be planned with caution and respect for our communities.

Only outdoor dining is currently permitted at restaurants, pubs, and tasting rooms—though take-out and delivery is recommended—and capacity at retail stores and shopping centers is at 50%. Indoor entertainment venues are currently closed. Please call ahead to ensure businesses are open, and to see which restrictions may be in place, before visiting. Get additional news and updates on COVID-19 in the Willamette Valley here.

Please follow up with local informational pages like Visit McMinnville and Taste Newberg for travel-related news and updates on COVID-19 in Yamhill County.

Made up of a collection of small towns that dot the verdant rolling hills, Oregon's Yamhill Valley is brimming with opportunities to experience the good life. You'll find world-class wineries boasting the finest Pinot Noir in the U.S., but Pinot gris, Pinot blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling and Gewürztraminer are equally at home here.    

Whether you stop off in McMinnville, Newberg, Dundee, Carlton, or Dayton you're sure to find delicious restaurants, a sea of award-winning wineries and adventures like helicopter or equestrian wine tours, and hot air balloon rides. Bring the family to the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum to explore the universe and ride a waterslide out of an airplane. No matter how old you are, Yamhill Valley has unique experiences and adventures waiting for you.

Yamhill County Tourism Partnership


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HOLIDAY RECIPE - FROMAGE BLANC AND FATA MORGANA CHEESE SPREAD
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