Upon arrival to Old Farm, you’ll find yourself immediately embracing the fact that you have made it to wine country! Rows of 25 year old vines line the short country drive. After you pass by the original Old Red Barn…
Champoeg features a unique combination of history, nature, and recreation. This is the site where Oregon’s first provisional government was formed by a historical vote in 1843. Situated on the south bank of the scenic Willamette River, Champoeg’s acres of…
This natural area boasts two ponds, a wetland, an upland forest, views of Baker Creek which flows through the park, and a mile of soft-surface trails and boardwalks. Great park for bird watching throughout the seasons.
Miller Woods is located 3 miles west of McMinnville and available for public hiking and activities. The 130-acre property contains a wide array of ecosystems ranging from hayfield and oak savannah to timber stands.
This State Natural site has a paved path to the Erratic Rock, a 90-ton rock that was deposited during an Ice Age flood. Visitors can look out and imagine the huge amount of water that filled the Willamette Valley.
The wooded grounds of the monastery of Our Lady of Guadalupe are open to respectful visitors. A hiking trail climbs through an oak savannah to a hilltop shrine with a view across the Willamette Valley.
Provides access to: Grizzly Bear Trail #3103 and East Butte Trail #3112 that access Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness. This trailhead offers a parking area, vault toilet, picnic tables, fire rings, and a spring available for stock use.
Provides access to: East Butte Trail #3112, Mt. Misery Trail #3113 and Turkey Creek Trail #3136 which all access Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness. Take Mt. Misery Trail #3113 to Oregon Butte and meet Smooth Ridge Trail #3105. There is a view from Teepee Trailhead toward the southwest. A stock…
Provides access to: Sawtooth Trail #3256 which enters Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness. This trailhead offers ample parking, but there are no facilities or water available.
Provides access to: Rattlesnake Trail #3129 which enters Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness. The trailhead is located just beyond the Panjab Campground. Parking is available next to fish information board. Trail takes off across the creek so be prepared to get your feet wet.