Founded by mostly German immigrants as a Christian communal society in 1856, Aurora, Oregon, was the first area in the state to be designated as a National Historic District.
Prepare for the holidays with seasonal events, taste wine during Thanksgiving weekend or catch a show at a historic theater near Salem, Oregon!
Apple cider? Check. Pumpkin patches? Check. Corn mazes, hay rides and pig races? Yes, the Salem, Oregon, area has all of that, too
Looking to try a new tasting room or taproom? From Bine Valley Brewing to Divine Distillers, there are a handful of new names in town. Meanwhile, several local favorites, including St.
Salem, Oregon, is situated right in the middle of one of the richest agricultural areas in the country. From fruits and vegetables to tea and beer, the Salem area has a farm for everything....
We know you’ve done Silver Falls State Park and Opal Creek, but the Salem, Oregon, area also has some hidden gem hikes that are front-page worthy if you’re willing to get there.
Celebrate the start of summer wine tasting season, visit local farmers markets and explore blooming gardens near Salem, Oregon, this month!
Set among vineyards and rolling hills, Dallas is located about 25 minutes outside of Salem, Oregon.
There’s a lot to experience near Salem, Oregon. If you’re not sure where to start, guided tours are a great way to navigate the area’s can’t-miss spots.
In the Mid-Willamette Valley, you’ll find an abundance of gardens to visit.
From the Willamette Valley’s famed farm-to-table food to international cuisine, there’s a local eatery for every palate.
As winter comes to an end and spring begins, celebrate the change of season with garden events, Easter egg hunts and live performances near Salem, Oregon, this month!
Located less than 30 minutes from downtown Salem, Oregon, you’ll find the picturesque town of Silverton.