Attractions

Your gateway to Yamhill Valley wine country

City: 
Newberg

By Patrick Johnson
For Oregon.com

The first thing you need to know about August Cellars is that it isn’t named after the month of August.

Region: 
Yamhill Valley

Rain Dance Marketplace, a great place for a unique gift

City: 
Newberg

By Patrick Johnson
For Oregon.com

Region: 
Yamhill Valley

Gardens, greenery and a gallery

City: 
McMinnville

By Patrick Johnson
For Oregon.com

Everyone has done it.

Passed many roadside attractions doing 65 miles per hour not even noticing the enchanting place to stop and explore.

Region: 
Yamhill Valley

Stay current with local Oregon artists

City: 
McMinnville

By Patrick Johnson
For Oregon.com

 

Nestled in historic downtown McMinnville is a gallery that features Oregon artists, run by Oregon artists.

Region: 
Yamhill Valley

Valley Emporium great starting place for your wine country experience

City: 
Carlton

By Patrick Johnson
For Oregon.com

Region: 
Yamhill Valley

A glimpse into life in 1850

City: 
Carver

By Patrick Johnson
For Oregon.com

Oregon is filled with amazing views, incredible natural wonders, abundant wildlife and a rich history, and the epicenter of that history is Clackamas County.

Region: 
Metro Portland

Smith Berry Barn, garden, produce and a lot more

City: 
Hillsboro

By Patrick Johnson
For Oregon.com

Sitting behind some large trees, between Newberg and Hillsboro is a farm-themed store that is as authentic as it is special.

Region: 
Yamhill Valley

Take a wine tour in history

City: 
McMinnville

By Patrick Johnson
For Oregon.com

Each weekend, without fail, you see limos of all shapes and sizes driving through the Yamhill Valley wine country.

Region: 
Yamhill Valley

Ride a pony, and learn about them too

City: 
Newberg

By Patrick Johnson
For Oregon.com

When I saw the glitter on the hoofs of the ponies, I knew this wasn’t your standard pony-riding excursion.

Region: 
Yamhill Valley

A covered bridge with a story

By Patrick Johnson
For Oregon.com

What I have found travelling the highways and back roads of Oregon is that it normally isn’t about the big attractions with websites and marketing people, but the spots you discover on your own, that are the most rewarding.

Region: 
Willamette Valley
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