Oregon’s Mid-Willamette Valley launches charm trail
Experience the scenic beauty, award-winning wineries and historical and cultural treasures of Oregon’s Mid-Willamette Valley on the new Tri-County Charm Trail.
The trail showcases 33 wineries and attractions throughout Marion, Polk and Yamhill counties. Each location has selected a unique wine glass charm that represents their business or organization.
The charms range from grapes and corkscrews to castles and pickup trucks. They can be used on wine glasses or on charm bracelets.
Visit each location on the trail to receive that location’s charm. Some locations are giving the charms free to anyone participating in the trail, while others are available for a nominal fee or included with a qualifying purchase.
Airlie Winery, Anam Cara Cellars, Brooks Winery, Bush House Museum and Art Center, Chehalem Valley Chamber Visitor Center, Cherry Country, Dallas Area Visitors Center, Deepwood Museum & Gardens, Eola Hills Winery, E.Z. Orchards Farm Market, Elsinore Theatre, Enchanted Forest, Firesteed Cellars, French Prairie Gardens & Family Farm, Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Hanson Vineyards, Honeywood Winery, Johan Vineyards, Keeler Estate Vineyard, Lafayette Schoolhouse Antique Mall, Left Coast Cellars, Legacy Estate Vineyard, Monmouth-Independence Chamber of Commerce, Oregon State Capitol, Salem’s Riverfront Carousel, Stayton Sublimity Chamber of Commerce, The Oregon Garden, Travel Salem, Van Duzer Vineyards, Willamette Valley Vineyards, Willamette Valley Vineyards Tasting Room in McMinnville, Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm & Vineyard and Yamhill Valley Vineyards
For more information and to see the charms, click here.