Tours & Trails

Marion County Farm ~ Photo by John Zielinski

This self-guided loop leads to 23 farm stops in Marion County. Visit a variety of family farms to pick produce, find the perfect pumpkin, enjoy delicious desserts, go wine tasting or gather a bouquet of flowers. Details on website.

Marion or Polk Counties

Bethel Wine Tasting ~ Salem, Oregon

Thanksgiving Wine Weekend in Oregon's Willamette Valley features open houses at more than 20 wineries throughout the Mid-Willamette Valley. Guests will enjoy special tastings, entertainment and light bites. 

Ale and Cider Trail - Salem, Oregon

Encompassing Salem, as well as Polk and Marion counties, the Ale and Cider Trail and Passport program highlight the best of the local craft brew scene. Fresh ingredients provide the foundation for crisp, bold flavors that will entice the taste buds of beer lovers and cider aficionados alike. So come, take the time to discover what the Mid-Willamette Valley breweries and cideries have to offer. You will not be disappointed!

Buena Vista Cycling Route

A ride that winds west from Salem on Hwy. 22 to the towns of Rickreall, Monmouth and Independence. Along the way, you will have the opportunity to visit some interesting attractions and vineyards, ending your journey at the Buena Vista Ferry. 

BLM is a valued and relevant partner with our communities in creating a sustainable future for our public lands in Oregon and Washington.

Cascadia Expeditions ~ Willamette Kayaking

Cascadia Expeditions offers outdoor adventures, remarkable memories and massive amounts of fun. We specialize in rafting, kayaking, rock climbing and canyoneering expeditions here in Oregon. We provide adventure trips throughout the Willamette Valley and Cascade Foothills. Book your adventure today!
Independence, OR ~ Willamette River
Mill City, OR ~ North Santiam River
503-395-7122

Cherry City Food Tours

A 21 or older food tour of Downtown Salem, five restaurants, sample some great food and meet new people. Groups are from sizes 5-12 people. Stops will include restaurants, bars and a mix of both.
Salem, OR 97301
971-599-1159

Embrace Oregon

Select one of our prearranged guided tours or customize a tour to see, experience, and embrace Oregon with fun filled activities. 
420 NE 5th St.
McMinnville, OR 97128
Office: 503-474-0762
Cell: 503-434-0105

Fully supported bike tours in scenic wine country near Salem, every Sunday in August. Riders visit wineries and enjoy a gourmet BBQ and wine tasting.
501 S Pacific Hwy., 99W
Rickreall, OR 97371
503-623-2405 or 800-291-6730

Gardening 263

Your gardening experience at twelve flower/fruit businesses just north of Salem, Oregon. Our website lists each specialty business offering from iris to corn.
5690 Brooklake Rd. NE
Brooks, OR 97305
503-393-6185

Historic Downtown Salem Cycling Route

A relatively easy ride meandering through the streets of Historic Downtown Salem. The ride will take you by some of the historic and visitor-friendly sites Salem has to offer.

Photos By Orion

Star quality photography, videography, and aerial solutions. We offer guided photo tours all over the Willamette Valley, as well as our photographic, videographic, and drone services.
1448 12th S. SE
Salem, OR 97302
503-385-1435

In Polk County, you can choose your own adventure. Whether you're seeking rolling hills or flat roads, in-town or out in the countryside, our routes are accessible year round and guaranteed to provide you with a picture perfect ride. 

Prestige Wine Tours

Our tours are private, the coach is yours for the day. Each tour is custom designed for your group. If you are looking for wine that isn’t leaving Oregon unless you take it home, we love doing that. Tours stop at 3 or 4 wineries selected just for the group, which offers a relaxed pace with plenty of wine. 
Salem, Oregon
503-851-1491

Ritner Cycling Loop

This route starts and ends at Riverview Park in Independence. Over the route’s 45 miles, cyclists will be enjoy scenic views of Polk County’s landscape.

Crossing over the scenic Santiam River at two points, this route takes cyclists on country roads winding along farmland and through covered bridges and quaint small towns. There are several parks along the route where visitors can take a break, rest, have a picnic lunch and enjoy the outdoors. 

Silverton Historic Walking Tour

Come discover historic Silverton, founded in 1854. Over 15 residences, businesses and churches are included in this walking tour.
Silverton Chamber of Commerce
426 S Water St.
PO Box 257 (mailing)
Silverton, OR 97381
503-873-5615

Cycling through covered bridge

Enjoy rolling through the lush farmland that surrounds the town of Stayton and Scio while visiting historic covered bridges. Encompassing 57 miles and six covered bridges, this route will give cyclists a little bit of a challenge. 

PO Box 3936
Salem, OR 97302
503-588-9230
866-588-9230

Iris and lupine in bloom

Schreiner's Iris Gardens
3625 Quinaby Rd. NE
Salem, Oregon 97303
503-393-3232 or 800-525-2367
www.schreinersgardens.com
We invite you to visit our lush 10-acre display garden, just north of Salem, Oregon. Schreiner’s Iris Gardens is one of the World’s largest Iris growers and we are proud to be family owned. We have acres and acres of iris that bloom during May and are absolutely spectacular to see. The fields are colorful rainbows that attract the attention of travelers since our farm can be seen from Interstate-5. We encourage you to visit us during our May bloom season, however we are open and ready to greet you throughout the year.
Contact:  Steve Schreiner, [email protected]
Group Size:  No maximum
Cost:  Free
Month(s) of Operation:  Year-round. Bloom Season is in May (best time to visit)
Bus Parking Available:  Yes
Handicap Accessible:  Yes
Public Restrooms Available:  Yes
Recommended Time Allotment:  1 hour

The Oregon Garden
879 W Main St.
Silverton, Oregon 97381
503-874-8100 or 877-674-2733
www.oregongarden.org
The Oregon Garden is one of Oregon's most popular destinations! While visiting you will discover thousands of plants that are displayed in more than 20 specialty gardens within the 80-acre garden. You will also find that The Oregon Garden is much more than a garden. We offer serene water features, garden art, wetlands with native birds, a playful garden just for kids, a 400-year-old Signature Oak tree and the Gordon House, the only house in Oregon designed by the legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright. We welcome you to discover how easy it is to relax and soak in Oregon’s natural beauty at The Oregon Garden.
Contact:  Douglas Jenkins
Group Size:  No maximum, groups over 14 eligible for group rates
Cost:  Group rates November-March, $6 per person / April-October, $8 per person; Individual rate November-March, $8 adult, $7 senior & $6 student / April-October $10 adult, $9 senior, $8 student Children 7 and under are free (*all prices subject to change)
Month(s) & hours of operation:  May-September 10 a.m.-6 p.m. / October-April 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Bus Parking Available:  Yes
Handicap Accessible:  Yes
Public Restrooms Available:  Yes
Recommended Time Allotment:  2 hours

LUNCH
Oregon Garden Resort
895 W Main St.
Silverton, Oregon 97381
503-874-2500 or 800-966-6490
www.oregongardenresort.com
Beautiful setting overlooking The Oregon Garden.

E.Z. Orchards Farm Market
5504 Hazel Green Rd.
Salem, Oregon 97305
503-393-1506
www.ezorchards.com
Your group will love E.Z. Orchards Farm Market – a true farm experience for groups of all sizes. Our 4th generation farm grows apples, pears, peaches, pumpkins and corn. We offer blossom tours in the spring and have a fun filled Harvest Festival each October with:  hay rides, Lewis & Clark theme corn maze, mountain men re-enactors, pumpkin patch, petting zoo, live bluegrass music, pony rides, and tasty fall treats. Summer months bring fresh fruit milk shakes, smoothies and delicious strawberry, blackberry and peach shortcakes. E.Z. Orchards has the best selection of Oregon and northwest gourmet food in the Willamette Valley. And we offer the finest local fruits and vegetables.
Contact:  John Zielinski, [email protected]
Group Size:  75-100 people November-September or up to 300 people in October
Cost:  Varies
Month(s) of Operation:  Year-round, Sundays only in October
Bus Parking Available:  Yes
Handicap Accessible:  Yes
Public Restrooms Available:  Yes
Recommended Time Allotment:  1 hour

Willamette Valley Pie Company
2994 82nd Ave. NE
Salem, Oregon 97305
503-362-8857
www.wvpie.com
If your group is ready for a mouthwatering experience they will find it at the Willamette Valley PieCompany. Let us treat you to the best from our land to your hands! We will teach you about the berry industry from farm to finished product. We'll take you through berry fields, show you our processing facility and guide you through the process of making our hand-crafted all-natural fruit pies. You'll even have an opportunity to enjoy a slice!
Contact:  Marlene Gunderson, [email protected]
Group Size:  30 or less, 50-60 with advanced notice (group will be split)
Cost:  Free
Month(s) & hours of operation:  Year round, Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m., closed Sundays.
Bus Parking Available:  Yes
Handicap Accessible:  Yes
Public Restrooms Available:  Yes
Recommended Time Allotment:  1 hour

OVERNIGHT
Grand Hotel Salem (groups or FIT)
201 Liberty St. SE
Salem, Oregon 97301
503-540-7800 or 877-540-7800
www.grandhotelsalem.com

Shilo Inn Suites (groups or FIT)
3304 Market St. NE
Salem, OR 97301
503-581-4001 or 800-222-2244
www.shiloinns.com

Gilbert House Children's Museum

Gilbert House Children's Museum
116 Marion St. NE
Salem, OR 97301
503-371-3631 or 800-208-9514
www.acgilbert.org
Recommended Time Allotment: 2-3 hours
Located in downtown Salem’s Riverfront Park, this hands-on children’s museum promotes learning through fun, interactive exhibits in the sciences, arts and humanities.

Salem’s Riverfront Carousel
101 Front St. NE
Salem, OR 97301
503-540-0374
www.salemcarousel.org
Recommended Time Allotment: 30 minutes-1 hour
Old-world style carousel housed in a beautiful building on the banks of the Willamette River in Salem, Oregon. $1.50 per ride.

Lunch
Historic Downtown Salem
Roughly bounded by Chemeketa, High, Ferry, and Front Streets.
Recommended Time Allotment: 2 hours
Visitors appreciate historic downtown’s beautiful architecture, mix of delicious eateries, unique shops, art galleries, salons, and major department stores. Entertainment and walking tours available (self-guided).

Enchanted Forest
8462 Enchanted Way SE
Turner, OR 97392
503-363-3060 (hours & info) or
503-371-4242 (office contact)
www.enchantedforest.com
Recommended Time Allotment: 2-3 hours
Fun for all ages! Biggest log ride in the Northwest, Storybook Lane, Western Town, English Village, haunted house, water-light show, rides and much more!

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The Oregon Garden
879 W Main St.
PO Box 155 (mailing)
Silverton, OR 97381
503-874-8100 or 877-674-2733
www.oregongarden.org
Recommended Time Allotment: 2-3 hours
Experience The Oregon Garden’s 20 specialty gardens and spectacular vistas. Enjoy events year-round including Earth Day, Brewfest, car shows, summer concerts, seasonal festivals, and more!

Dinner
Contact Travel Salem for recommendations or review the dining section of TravelSalem.com.
181 High St. NE
Salem, OR 97301
503-581-4325 or 800-874-7012
Salem offers dining for all likes and price ranges. From Chinese cuisine to Italian elegance, Salem has it and more.

Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Baseball Game
Volcanoes Stadium

6700 Field of Dreams Way NE
Keizer, OR 97303
503-390-2225 ext. 3007
www.volcanoesbaseball.com
Recommended Time Allotment: 3 hours
Professional Baseball. Class A affiliate of the San Francisco Giants. Fun, family friendly, affordable entertainment. $7 tickets. Immediately adjacent to Interstate 5 at exit 260B.

Salem Area Gardens - Sample Tour

Silver Falls State Park
20024 Silver Falls Hwy. SE
Sublimity, OR  97385
503-873-8681 or 800-452-5687 (camping reservations)
www.oregonstateparks.org
Recommended Time Allotment: 3-4 hours
Electrical, tent sites, rustic cabins, waterfalls, group tent areas, group RV areas, youth camp, horse camp, canyon hiking trails, bike paths, and a historic lodge.

Lunch.
Contact Travel Salem for recommendations or review the dining section of TravelSalem.com.
181 High St. NE
Salem, OR 97301
503-581-4325 or 800-874-7012
Salem offers dining for all likes and price ranges. From Chinese cuisine to Italian elegance, Salem has it and more.

The Oregon Garden
879 W Main St.
PO Box 155 (mailing)
Silverton, OR 97381
503-874-8100 or 877-674-2733
www.oregongardenresort.com
Recommended Time Allotment: 2-3 hours
Experience The Oregon Garden's 20 specialty gardens and spectacular vistas. Enjoy events year-round including Earth Day, Brewfest, car shows, summer concerts, seasonal festivals, and more!

Bush's Pasture Park
600 Mission St. SE
Salem, OR  97302
503-588-6261
www.cityofsalem.net
Recommended Time Allotment: 1 hour
A 90-acre park featuring nature trails, open green spaces, beautiful gardens and the only Soap Box Derby "Supertrack" west of Omaha, Nebraska. Home to Bush House Museum and Historic Deepwood Estate.

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Minto-Brown Island Park
2200 Minto Island Rd. (located off of River Rd. S)
Salem, OR 97302
503-588-6261
www.cityofsalem.net
Recommended Time Allotment: 1 hour
This 900-acre natural area features 12 miles of paved and soft-surface walking/bicycle trails, reservable picnic shelter, and acres of crops dedicated to feed the wildlife.

Salem's Riverfront Park
200 Water St. NE (downtown Salem)
Salem, OR 97301
503-588-6261
www.cityofsalem.net
Recommended Time Allotment: 1 hour
With acres of open green space, walking paths, and beautiful views of the Willamette River, this downtown event park is available for group use, concerts, and community festivals.

Dinner.
Historic Downtown Salem.
Roughly bounded by Chemeketa, High, Ferry, and Front Streets.
Recommended Time Allotment: 2 hours
Visitors appreciate historic downtown's beautiful architecture, mix of delicious eateries, unique shops, art galleries, salons, and major department stores. Entertainment and walking tours available (self-guided).

Silver Falls State Park

Silver Falls State Park
20024 Silver Falls Hwy. SE
Sublimity, OR  97385
503-873-8681 or 800-452-5687 (camping reservations)
www.oregonstateparks.org
Recommended Time Allotment: 3-4 hours
Electrical, tent sites, rustic cabins, waterfalls, group tent areas, group RV areas, youth camp, horse camp, canyon hiking trails, bike paths and a historic lodge.

Lunch
Contact Travel Salem for recommendations or review the dining section of TravelSalem.com.
181 High St. NE
Salem, OR 97301
503-581-4325 or 800-874-7012
Salem offers dining for all likes and price ranges. From Chinese cuisine to Italian elegance, Salem has it and more.

The Oregon Garden
879 W Main St.
PO Box 155 (mailing)
Silverton, OR 97381
503-874-8100 or 877-674-2733
www.oregongardenresort.com
Recommended Time Allotment: 2-3 hours
Experience The Oregon Garden’s 20 specialty gardens and spectacular vistas. Enjoy events year-round including Earth Day, Brewfest, car shows, summer concerts, seasonal festivals and more!

Bush’s Pasture Park
600 Mission St. SE
Salem, OR  97302
503-588-6261
www.cityofsalem.net
Recommended Time Allotment: 1 hour
A 90-acre park featuring nature trails, open green spaces, beautiful gardens and the only Soap Box Derby “Supertrack” west of Omaha, Nebraska. Home to Bush House Museum and Historic Deepwood Estate.

OR

Minto-Brown Island Park
2200 Minto Island Rd. (located off of River Rd. S)
Salem, OR 97302
503-588-6261
www.cityofsalem.net
Recommended Time Allotment: 1 hour
This 900-acre natural area features 12 miles of paved and soft-surface walking/bicycle trails, reservable picnic shelter and acres of crops dedicated to feed the wildlife.

Salem’s Riverfront Park
200 Water St. NE (downtown Salem)
Salem, OR 97301
503-588-6261
www.cityofsalem.net
Recommended Time Allotment: 1 hour
With acres of open green space, walking paths and beautiful views of the Willamette River, this downtown event park is available for group use, concerts and community festivals.

Dinner
Historic Downtown Salem
Roughly bounded by Chemeketa, High, Ferry, and Front Streets.
Recommended Time Allotment: 2 hours
Visitors appreciate historic downtown’s beautiful architecture, mix of delicious eateries, unique shops, art galleries, salons, and major department stores. Entertainment and walking tours available (self-guided).

Shopping Downtown Salem

Salem Center
401 Center St NE
Salem, OR 97301
503-364-0495
www.salemcenter.com
Recommended Time Allotment: 2-3 hours
Shop our great anchor lineup with Nordstrom, JCPenney, Kohl's and Macy's as well as over 80 specialty stores located downtown Salem.

Reed Opera House
189 Liberty St. NE
Salem, OR 97301
503-391-4481
www.reedoperahouse.com
Recommended Time Allotment: 1 hour
One of Oregon’s historic architectural treasures. Home to boutiques and 5 restaurants. Specializing in home furnishings, art, jewelry, hair styling and gifts.

Lunch and Shopping
Historic Downtown Salem
Roughly bounded by Chemeketa, High, Ferry, and Front Streets.
Recommended Time Allotment: 2 hours
Visitors appreciate historic downtown’s beautiful architecture, mix of delicious eateries, unique shops, art galleries, salons, and major department stores. Entertainment and walking tours available (self-guided).

Lancaster Mall
831 Lancaster Dr. NE
Salem, OR 97301
503-585-1338
www.LancasterMall.com
Recommended Time Allotment: 2-3 hours
Salem’s premier regional shopping center with 8 major stores and over 80 specialty stores, plus Regal Cinemas, conveniently located off I-5 on Lancaster Drive.

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Woodburn Company Stores
1001 Arney Rd.
Woodburn, OR 97071
888-664-SHOP
www.shop-woodburn.com
Recommended Time Allotment: 4 hours
100+ outlets north of Salem. Banana Republic, Polo Ralph Lauren, Columbia Sportswear, Nike, adidas, Tommy Hilfiger, and more! Opening spring 2009: J. Crew, Kenneth Cole.

Salem Area Wineries

Willamette Valley Vineyards
8800 Enchanted Way SE
Turner, OR 97392
503-588-9463 or 800-344-9463
www.WillametteValleyVineyards.com
Recommended Time Allotment: 1-2 hours
Founded in 1983 by Oregon native, Jim Bernau, a pioneering wine grower seeking to make elegant, classic Pinot Noir in a promising new wine growing region.

Honeywood Winery
1350 Hines St. SE
Salem, OR 97302
503-362-4111 or 800-726-4101
www.HoneywoodWinery.com
Recommended Time Allotment: 1-2 hours
Established in 1933, Honeywood is the oldest producing winery in Oregon and has over
75 years of experience in creating award winning varietal, specialty and premium fruit wines.

Lunch and Shopping.
Historic Downtown Salem.
Roughly bounded by Chemeketa, High, Ferry, and Front Streets.
Recommended Time Allotment: 2 hours
Visitors appreciate historic downtown's beautiful architecture, mix of delicious eateries, unique shops, art galleries, salons, and major department stores. Entertainment and walking tours available (self-guided).

Cubanisimo Vineyards
1754 Best Rd. NW
Salem, OR 97304
(503) 588-1763
www.CubanisimoVineyards.com
Recommended Time Allotment: 1-2 hours
Our small winery offers wine tasting and vineyard tours daily, monthly salsa lessons and a gift shop. Come celebrate the wine experience with us, Cuban Style!

Eola Hills Wine Cellars
501 S Pacific Hwy. 99W
Rickreall, OR 97371
(503) 623-2405 or (800) 291-6730
www.eolahillswinery.com
Recommended Time Allotment: 1-2 hours
Eola Hills Wine Cellars offers a wide variety of award winning wines at an affordable price. Our tasting room is open daily 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Van Duzer Vineyards
11975 Smithfield Rd.
Dallas, OR 97338
503-623-6420 or 800-884-1927
www.vanduzer.com 
Recommended Time Allotment: 1-2 hours
Pinot Noir tasting room open daily 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Picnic tables available. Enjoy spectacular views of Van Duzer Corridor and NWR Baskett Slough. Tours by appointment.

Hallie Ford Museum of Art

Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Salem
Oregon’s second largest art museum featuring the collection, preservation, exhibition, and interpretation of historical and contemporary art with an emphasis on regional art. 
700 State St.
Salem, OR 97301
503-370-6855
www.willamette.edu/museum_of_art

World Beat Gallery, Salem
Cultural exhibitions from Salem’s ethnic communities displayed all year. 2010 themes include Samoa, India, international marriage customs and winter holidays around the world.
189 Liberty St. NE, #107 (Located inside Reed Opera House)
Salem, OR 97301
503-581-2004
www.worldbeatfestival.org

Willamette Heritage Center, Salem
Willamette Heritage Center preserves three 1840’s Mission houses and a 19th century woolen mill; the Museum interprets Western Oregon’s settlement and industry. Visit Oregon’s American Treasure. Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; closed major holidays.
1313 Mill St. SE
Salem, OR 97301
503-585-7012
www.WillametteHeritage.org

Salem Art Association & Salem Art Fair & Festival 
Once home to the Bush family’s farm equipment, the Bush Barn Art Center in Salem is a renovated historic building now housing two contemporary exhibition galleries, and a consignment and rental gallery. The Camas Gallery features the work of over 150 artists from the Pacific Northwest and beyond. A.N. Bush Gallery presents major exhibitions of regional, national and international artists. The Focus Gallery is a more intimate exhibit space that showcases the finest contemporary work being made by artists living in the Salem area. The Salem Art Fair & Festival is one of Oregon’s premier cultural events and is the largest juried art festival of its kind in the state. Held the third weekend in July and set among historic oak trees, the Art Fair’s Artist Marketplace features over 200 of the top fine artists and crafts people from around the country. Art from a wide variety of mediums include painting, ceramics, glass, jewelry, wood, photography and fiber. Performing art is provided with 50 free performances by regional and national acts.
600 Mission St. SE
Salem, OR 97302
503-581-2223
www.salemart.org

Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Pow-Wow
The Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde represent native peoples from the Umpqua, Molalla, Rogue River, Kalapuya and Chasta regions. The tribes annual Pow Wow and Pow Wow singers are very important in the Native American culture. Without them there would be no dancing. The songs are of many varieties, from religious to war to social and hold special meaning to those who know the song. Dancers are an important part of the life of the American Indian. Most dances seen at Pow Wows today are social dances which might have had different meanings in earlier days. The outfits worn by the dancers, like the styles of clothing today evolve over time, it is not a stagnant culture, but a vibrant and changing way of life. Visitors to the Pow Wow learn about the tribes culture and sense of community. Many visitors are touched by the deep meaning and beauty of this Pow Wow.
9615 Grand Ronde Rd.
Grand Ronde, OR 97347
503-879-5211
www.grandronde.org

Antique Powerland Museums, Brooks
Antique Powerland Museums is a power equipment heritage site established by a group of enthusiasts dedicated to the preservation, restoration and demonstration of steam powered equipment, antique farm machinery and implements. This site interprets the heritage of the agricultural industry in regards to the apparatus used to plant, harvest and process crops. The Antique Powerland site is home to a diverse set of museums and heritage clubs with activities related to blacksmithing, fire apparatus, electric railroads, miniature railroading, Caterpillar equipment, antique cars and motorcycles, early day trucks, large steam engines, steam operated cranes and model railroading. The Annual Great Oregon Steam-Up event is held the last weekend of July and first weekend of August.
3995 NE Brooklake Rd. NE (I-5 exit 263) 
Brooks, OR 97303
503-393-2424
www.antiquepowerland.com

Champoeg State Heritage Area, St. Paul
Champoeg is the site where Oregon’s first provisional government was formed by a historical vote in 1843. This heritage area also features a unique combination of history, nature and recreation with interactive living history programs, camping opportunities, walking and cycling paths, and the Historic Butteville Store founded in 1863 which is considered the oldest operating store in Oregon. 
7679 Champoeg Rd. NE
Saint Paul, OR 97137
503-678-1251
www.oregonstateparks.org

You’re an adrenaline junkie, and like to vacation where you can push the envelope with activities like skydiving, mountain biking or running.
Details for adventures in Salem, Marion County and Polk County.

Vacations for you are a family affair, so you look for destinations with activities for kids and kids at heart, like children’s museums, sporting events and the outdoors.
Details of Family Activities in Salem, Marion County and Polk County

When you travel, you pack a suitcase, your guidebooks, and a big appetite for exploring the local culinary scene.
Details of the culinary scene in Salem, Marion County and Polk County.

You’re at peace in nature, and make a point of vacationing where you can get outdoors for activities like bird watching, biking, boating and strolling through lush gardens and fields of flowers.
Details of outdoor activities in Salem, Marion County and Polk County.

When you vacation, it means getting away - by yourself or with the ones you love - to relax and recharge with spas, intimate inns, wine tasting, shopping and golf.
Details for relaxing adventures in Salem, Marion County and Polk County.

 

Outside Area

Century Farm

100 tent/trailer sites available for our special events. Horseback riding, star gazing, camping in a real tepee - these overnights are not to be missed.
40835 Oupor Dr.
Lebanon, OR 97374
503-394-4122