Downtown Salem businesses are designated with the city icon.

Marion or Polk Counties

Salem's Riverfront Park

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. Park: 5 a.m.-midnight; Office: Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
200 Water St. NE (downtown Salem)
Salem, OR 97301
503-588-6261

Salem-Keizer Volcanoes Baseball Stadium

The stadium is home to the Single-A short season Salem-Kezier Volcanoes. The stadium, which seats over 4200 fans, includes 11 concession stands, a kid’s playground, a sports bar, a bandstand and 13 luxury box suites.  
6700 Field of Dreams Way    
Keizer, OR 97393    
503-428-5246

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. 

Santiam Golf Club

18-hole golf course with a driving range, practice green, senior and military discounts, daily or annual memberships, and a pro shop and restaurant on site.
8724 Golf Club Rd.
Aumsville, OR 97325
503-769-3485

Brown House

The 1903 Charles and Martha Brown House was exceptional when it was built. During the 1920s and 30s the house served as Stayton's first hospital. In 2002 the house was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. 
425 N. First Ave. 
Stayton, OR 97383
503-769-8860

Santiam SummerFest

July
3rd Ave., Stayton
503-769-3464
 

Schreiner's Iris Gardens

Our 10-acre display garden, just north of Keizer, is open to the public dawn to dusk during May-June bloom season. Visit us online year round!
3625 Quinaby Rd. NE
Salem, OR 97303
503-393-3232 or 800-525-2367

Schreiner's Iris Gardens Iris Bloom Display

Iris bloom in May. Bring the family to our park-like Display Garden, shop our wide selection of Iris. Our Business Office is open all year.
3625 Quinaby Rd. NE
Salem, OR 97303
503-393-3232 or 800-525-2367

Silver Creek Reservoir, Silverton, Oregon

Silver Creek Reservoir also known as Silverton Reservoir is a sixty-five-acre impoundment on Silver Creek located in the Cascade foothills 2.5 miles southeast of the city of Silverton, Oregon on Oregon Route 214.
The lake is popular in the spring and summer as a recreation area. Stocked with roughly 20,000 hatchery trout each spring and early summer, the lake also provides opportunities to catch bullhead catfish. Swimming is also quite popular on warm summer days as well as recreational boating, though only electric motors are allowed.
4381 Silver Falls Hwy.
Silverton, OR  97381
503-873-8679
www.silverton.or.us

Silver Falls State Park

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.
20024 Silver Falls Hwy. SE
Sublimity, OR 97385
503-873-8681 or
800-452-5687 (camping reservations)

Silverton Chamber of Commerce

426 S Water St.
PO Box 257 (mailing)
Silverton, OR 97381
503-873-5615

Silverton Fine Arts Festival

August
Coolidge-McClaine Park
303 Coolidge St.
Silverton, OR 97381
503-873-2480

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

Silverton Murals

Silverton Chamber of Commerce
426 S Water St.
PO Box 257 (mailing)
Silverton, OR 97381
503-873-5615

35 years of quality arts programming for the Mid-Willamette Valley!
Western Oregon University – The Cottage
345 N Monmouth Ave.
Monmouth, OR 97361
503-838-8333
 

Spirit Mountain Casino

Have some real fun at Spirit Mountain Casino with nearly 2,000 slot machines, an abundance of table games, and 254 comfortable lodge rooms. 
27100 SW Salmon River Hwy. 
Grand Ronde, OR 97347
503-879-2350 or 800-760-7977
 

A network of canal-like waterways and walking paths that offers everything from fishing and hiking to bird-watching, photography and waterfowl hunting. The park/ponds complex west of Gervais is co-managed by Marion County Parks and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, which owns the 200 total acres at the site. Open 8:00 a.m. - Sunset,  May 1 - October 31.
Park Location:
St. Louis Fish Ponds County Park
Gervais, OR 97026

July
St. Paul Rodeo Arena
20025 4th St. NE
Saint Paul
503-633-2011

Star Cinema

First run single screen family affordable movie theatre only minutes from Salem.
350 N Third Ave.
Stayton, OR 97383
503-767-7827