Kick off 2020 with exciting events throughout the Mid-Willamette Valley. From paint nights to winter hikes, January has a lot to show for the New Year!
Did you know that you can replicate the fireplace experience on, of all places, Netflix?
Find seasonal events, winery open houses, live performances and more near Salem, Oregon, this month!
Apple cider? Check. Pumpkin patches? Check. Corn mazes, hay rides and pig races? Yes, the Salem, Oregon, area has all of that, too!
Fall is here! Celebrate the season with harvest activities, ghost walks, musicals and more near Salem, Oregon.
Visiting the Salem, Oregon, area this fall? Here's what you need to know.
Hills, valleys and soils are what make the Willamette Valley an ideal wine-growing destination, but they’re also what make the area the ultimate home base for exploring the natural wonderland that...
The Mid-Willamette Valley abounds with historical sites, museums and cultural centers, but it also features a lively, modern arts scene and diverse portfolio of architectural gems that are a must-...
In Oregon's Mid-Willamette Valley, you'll find the food-and-drink scene brims with artisan producers, innovative farm-to-table restaurants, crafty brewers and globally-prominent wine producers....
The quaint town has must-visit culinary experiences, historical attractions and family fun.
Here's what you need to know about visiting the Salem, Oregon, area in the summer.
The Marion Farm Loop has everything from flourishing gardens and family-owned farm markets to picturesque wineries and one-of-a-kind accommodations.
Restore your spirits and satisfy your inner wine enthusiast with some of the most scenic wineries and tasting rooms in Oregon's Mid-Willamette Valley.
Restaurants, wineries and even breweries offer a variety of patio pleasures across Oregon’s Mid-Willamette Valley
Need plans this summer? There are plenty of things to do near Salem, Oregon!
Casual riders find comfortable low-traffic roads, intermediate cyclists can find routes with a few challenges and serious roadies can climb heights.
Whether your tastes run to the traditional or the luxurious, the fruity or the chocolaty, the flakey or the frozen, or even the vegan or the gluten-free, you’ll find goodies galore throughout...
From some of the finest beignets in Salem to farm-to-table dining in rural Amity, you never know where you might stumble upon your next tasty bite or spirited sip.
There are plenty of kid-friendly wineries in the heart of Oregon’s Willamette Valley.
These distinctive lodging opportunities range from simple but stunning campsites to elegant multi-bedroom guest houses stocked with cushy amenities, but they share one important trait in common—...
Is any food more perfect than the humble taco?
Whether you’re hungry, thirsty, or simply looking to get out, there are several places to visit in the Salem, Oregon, and Mid-Willamette Valley area with your dog.
With close to 100 works spanning almost a century, Salem’s collection of public art includes work in almost every genre.
Throughout the entire Mid-Willamette Valley, LGBTQ visitors will encounter plenty of like-minded souls and can expect to receive a warm and gracious welcome.
From rich roses to hardy hostas, many local growers not only showcase their plants for sale but have also created awe-inspiring display gardens that draw visitors from far and wide.
Among dozens of cherry blossom trees, the Oregon State Capitol will host its fifth annual Cherry Blossom Day on March 16
Whether you’re looking for a leisurely 5K, a competitive multi-sport race or a 100-mile ride through the country, you’re likely to find it in the Salem and Mid-Willamette Valley area.