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 The Wayfarer Resort
Our 13 private, fully-appointed cabins perch on the banks of the emerald green McKenzie River and glacier-fed Marten Creek. Open-beamed ceilings, spacious decks and fireplaces create a special sense of solitude and comfort amidst the Cascade Mountains and surrounding forest land. Cabins vary in size to easily accommodate from 2 to 8 people...ideal for family vacations, reunions, retreats, workshops, or quiet get-aways.
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 Vida Cafe
Stop by for a bite to eat and enjoy the best darn pie up the McKenzie! 45641 Mckenzie Hwy Vida, OR 97488 541-896-3289
A Touch of Class Day Spa
A Touch of Class Vintage Day Spa By Appointment 541-928-0747 Estate setting retreat spa, duo room, sauna, facials, La Stone, Relaxing and Therapeutic Massage, Gift Certificates, Tea Service, specializing in group spa events. Guest room available.
A Touch of Lavender
Located in the heart of the Willamette Valley, A Touch of Lavender offers soothing Lavender bath products, home decor, food products and pet products. When given appropirate notice, we can also offer classes for at least five people. Open the second Friday and Saturday of the month 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, and by appointment. For more information, please call Kathleen Ridge at 541.998.9600 or Catherine Manning at 541.223.3771, or e-mail us at
Albany Brass Ring Carousel
Our vision is to enchant young and old alike with the finest carousel in the world, to promote the artistry of carousel building by sharing our skills and talents with others and to build community by opening our venue to events and activities. 503 First Ave SW, Albany Oregon 97321. Studio Hours:12 noon to 4pm Monday –Saturday, Wednesdays till 9pm. Contact: (541) 791-3340
Albany Farmers Market
Saturdays 9 am to 1 pm, 4th and Ellsworth, Albany. Offering high-quality produce directly too consumers from April through November. We consciously strive to create community gathering places where people come to see friends and family, purchase local foods and enjoy music. 4th and Ellsworth, Albany 541-740-1542
Albany Visitors Association
The Albany Visitor's Association is open Monday thru Friday from 9am to 5pm and Saturday's 9am to 3pm. The Albany Visitor's Assn. description: The AVA is located in downtown historic Albany. The "hub" of the Willamette Valley, Albany is the place to go and experience vintage charm, the best food around and our gorgeous countryside!
Alder Creek Ranch
Come join our family at Alder Creek Ranch for some of the best fishing, shooting, hunting in the state, or plan your special event here. Also ask us about the many events and unique bed-and-breakfast lodging in beautiful Sisters, Oregon. 541-549-3149
Alpine Community Center
A rural non-profit organization, we are known for our annual Alpine Holiday Festival in November and Alpine Century Ride in August. Our programs include Alpine Cooperative Preschool, Alpine Food Sharing Garden, Alpine Recycling Center, Teens in Action, Monroe Resale, an email list for community-wide communication, and our web site at
Alpine Glas Haus
Alpine Pump
Alpine Pump, Inc. is a fully qualified well, pump and water treatment facility with over 27 years experience in the field. We carry and install only the finest in pumps and water treatment systems to insure a trouble-free and low maintenance water supply for our valuable clients. Check out our website at or contact us at (541) 424-2243
Alsea Valley Bed and Breakfast
Our Bed & Breakfast is located in the scenic Alsea River Valley. famous for some of the best Steelhead fishing in Oregon. There is also hunting for elk, deer, cougar and bear. The magnificent Oregon coast is merely 40 miles west. There you will find a variety of things to do including crabbing, whale watching, deep sea fishing or just walking on the beach. Our region offers many hiking trails such as Mary's Peak the highest point in the coastal range and the magnificent Alsea Falls. Comfortable rooms w/ private baths in scenic Alsea River Valley home. Year round. 19237 Alsea Hwy, Alsea. 541-487-4526
Applegate Art Guild & Gallery
Applegate Art Guild & Gallery We are a self-supporting nonprofit organization dedicated to the enrichment of our community through art. Our Gallery offers the sales of fine art paints, prints, greetings cards and unique gifts created by our Gallery members. We offer classes on oil/acrylics, drawing to water color and more. Our Gallery is a little diamond nestled in the Fern Ridge Area.
Art Imagination by LLM
ART IMAGINATION by Linda Lee Miller - Creating an illusion of image with watermedia paints - watercolor, gouache, acrylic, casein and their combinations. I strive to create paintings that make sense visually and trust that the metaphor, the poetry, will follow. email: web: cell: 541-771-3136 address: PO Box 901, Bend, Oregon 97709
Aunt Dings Family Restaurant
Badger Mountain Farm
Home of the All Natural Badger Mountain Soaps, a family owned business, located in a historical barn nestled in the foothills of Badger Mountain. Each soap bar is handmade, hand-cut and one-of-a-kind. Fragrance for both men and women. You'll find the products to be of the highest quality. We take special care to ensure they are the best for your skin and the environment. Open by appointment only. 541-935-8528
Belknap Resort and Hot Springs
Belknap Hot Springs is located on the McKenzie River, one of Central Oregon's hidden jewels. Open 365 days of the year with our two mineral hot spring pools and many acres of gardens including the extravagant Secret Garden, Belknap offers a relaxing experience not soon to be forgotten.
Reviving the tradition of handcrafted American gin and vodka using only the freshest natural ingredients and pur Cascade Mountain water. Open Saturdays by appt. only (541-350-3718) 19330 Pinehurst Rd., Bend, OR 97701 (541-318-0200)
Benton-Lane Winery
Benton-Lane is a family owned winery producing Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris from its certified sustainable 140 acre vineyard in the tenderloin of Oregon's Willamette Valley 20 miles north of Eugene. In 2006 TWO of our wines achieved TOP 100 WINES OF THE WORLD status - our 2004 Estate Pinot Noir in the Wine Spectator and 2005 Pinot Gris in Wine & Spirits Magazine. In 2009 our 2008 Pinot Gris was chosen by Wine & Spirits Magazine as One of the Best 100 Wines in the World. We specialize in Pinot Noir and also produce Pinot Gris and small amounts of Pinot Blanc. Our wines are distributed in 48 states and are also available at our on-line store at: Benton-Lane On-line Store Tasting Room open April up to Christmas: Monday – Thursday 11am to 5pm, Friday – Sunday 11am to 6pm
Blue River World Art
Oil, Acrylic, Gouche, Gold & Silver Leaf…smooth & textured backgrounds. “I discovered a passion for painting & now view everything with the eye for recreating it & capturing color & light!" My travels & discovery of other cultures include Japan, Russia, Belize, Hawaii & more... I represent an artist from Belize who paints whimsical renditions of her local Garifuna-Creole Village. For easy viewing, visit my website. (541) 822-6159
Breese Beef
Bueller Miller Boat Ramp
40510 Hess Road, Scio Located outside of Shelburn on the North Santiam River The 2.7 acres owned by Fish and Wildlife is a long 40 foot wide abandoned railroad right-of-way which widens to 60 feet near the river. The access road is very rough and includes a steep section at the oold river bank. The site is very limited in area and its sole purpose is providing boaters access to the North Santiam River. Some bank fishing takes place at the site. No usage other than boaters is encouraged.
Bush's Fern View Farms
Along Territorial Hwy., between Veneta and Junction City, stop and pick fresh peaches and strawberries. Corn on the cob, potatoes and greens--easy on and off the road with plenty of parking.
Caddisfly Resort
Affordable cottages on the McKenzie River with pleasant views and settings and good river front activities. Three-generation-owned family business with a legacy of history, people and area opportunities., 541-822-3556,,
Covered Bridge Coffee House
Crawsfordsville Covered Bridge Wayside
Day use: open year-round Description: When the covered bridge needed replacing, the State Highway Department (now the Transportation Department) bypassed the bridge at the request of local residents. On October 10, 1963 the Highway Department transferred ownership of the bridge to Linn County. In 1990, the Crawfordsville Missionary Alliance Church Youth Group in conjunction with the Robinett Family acquired approximately 1/10 of an acre at the SW corner of the bridge to provide an area for picnicking.
Crescent Moon Ranch
We invite you to come "walk on the moon" with us to admire and acquire the alpacas of your choice. Experience world class snow skiing, or fly fishing or golf. You can also take a walk through the Cascades or enjoy a trail ride.Or, if shopping is your niche, how about a day in the Old West town of Sisters? While here, stay in our guest facilities and enjoy the peace and solace of the alpacas and the ranch, all the while enjoying the breathtaking beauty of the Three Sisters Volcanoes. Located 1/2 hour north of Bend and 3 hours Southeast of Portland. 70397 Buckhorn Road, Terrebonne, Oregon 97760. 541-923-2285. Office Hours: 9:00am to 5:00pm seven days a week Ranch Visiting Hours: 10:00am to 3:pm seven days a week
Dancing Cow Farm
DD Ranch
Located in beautiful Central Oregon, the DD Ranch offers one of a kind experiences and products. With nature as the basis, the ranch produces a variety of crops, meats and provides unique opportunity to visit the ranch throughout the year. And now, the Country Market is open August through December! Come today to get potatoes, sunflowers, corn and all the other treasures to be found at the barn. 3836 NE Smith Rock Way Terrebonne, OR 97760 Map to Ranch 541.548.1432
Deb's Cafe
Country-comfort food Tuesday through Sunday from 7 am to 8 pm. Beer, wine, and prime rib on Saturday night from 5 pm until it's gone!,541-487-4424,
Deck's Family Farm
Welcome to Deck Family Farm. We are now taking orders for pickup or delivery of Grassfed Beef, Pastured Pork, Lamb and Chicken. You can order whole or half sides or try our sample boxes which offer a variety of meats and common cuts. We ship our meat frozen via UPS and also offer delivery in the Eugene and Corvallis areas or to the Hollywood or PSU Farmers Markets in Potland. We want to meet your needs, if you don't see what you want ask us and we will see what we can do! Phone: 541/998-4697 Email: Address: 25362 High Pass Rd., Junction City, OR 97448
Denison's Flatbed Farm
Selling blends of fiber from our animals. Alpacas, Angora Goats, Sheep, and Angora Rabbits. You can meet the critters that produce the wonderful fiber. Call for a visit 541-915-0452. 40923 McKenzie Hwy
Deschutes River Vineyards
Diamond Woods Golf Course
The best golfing value in the valley! Diamond Woods Golf Course was built in 1997 and designed by Greg Doyle. The course offers a unique, and exciting layout. The front nine is characterized by open holes while the back nine features more tree-lined holes over rolling terrain and surpassing views of the valley and far-off snow topped mountains. Water, so plentiful in our part of the country, comes into play on seven of our holes to add to the excitement. Additionally four sets of tees ensure the entire family will enjoy our golf course. During the day, phone 541-998-9707 or 800-559-4653
Diane's Riding Place
It's never too late to be a cowboy! Have you ever wondered where to take horseback riding lessons in Bend, Oregon? Diane's Riding Place is the perfect place for your pony enthusiast. Diane teaches group horse lessons, private horse lessons, family horse lessons, and more. You will feel comfortable, and confident on your horse by the end of your first lesson. At Diane's Riding Place, we welcome horseback riders both young and old. Birthday parties and summer camps, ages 3 to 77. call 541-408-1731
Domaine Meriwether
What started as a quest is now our passion, producing world class sparkling wines. Obtaining this goal required three ingredients: ideal grapes - Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier grown in Oregon's cool climate; a skilled winemaker with expertise in traditional Methode Champenoise; and lots and lots of patience. In 1998 this vision became reality with our first harvest. Now ten years later, our commitment to showcasing Oregon's bounty has expanded into an award winning portfolio of still and sparkling wines. Begin your own quest for fine wines with us at Domaine Meriwether. O! THE JOY!
“Business of the Year, Eagle Rock Lodge of Vida, has been getting rave reviews for its three-course breakfasts, natural based cuisine and hospitality of owners Randy and Debbie Dersham. The updated facility has a rich history dating back to the 1940’s and a close association with guided river fishing. The latter was mentioned several times by supporters of the Lodge’s annual Wooden Boat Festival…” If you want to read more of our reviews visit or
Edelweiss Manor Bed & Breakfast
Edelweiss Manor is an historic landmark in the Albany, Oregon, area. Original blueprints list a construction date of 1908. It's design is a Four Square Farm House with a wrap around veranda with pillars. The home is located on 2.86 acres of what was once a 300 acre farm devoted to production of walnuts, prunes, and grapes. It is located within walking distance of two golf courses and a new shopping center. The surrounding lawns and gardens are adorned with water features, gazebos, flowers, and over 100 trees and shrubs. The setting provides a serene and peaceful ambience for anyone wishing to escape and relax.
Edgewater RV Resort and Marina
A newly constructed, full service, 49 space facility on the shore of Foster Lake in Sweet Home, Oregon. Located 21 miles east of Albany and Interstate 5 in the foothills of the Cascade Mountain Range, the lake is a favorite for fishing and water sport enthusiasts from the Willamette Valley. The RV Park represents the second phase of a destination resort development which includes a lakefront residential community and plans for a marina, retail space, restaurant/lounge and lakeview condominium housing. The MARINA is now open for year round use. Come stay at our park and enjoy all that the Mid-Valley has to offer.1400 60th Avenue Sweet Home, OR 97386 Phone : 541.818.0431 Toll Free : 866.695.0932 Email :
Faith, Hope and Charity
Welcome to Faith, Hope, and Charity Vineyard and Events Center! Your place in Central Oregon for weddings, retreats, ceremonies, and much more! contact Cindy Grossmann at 541.350.5384 or email at
Fraga Farm Goat Cheese
Certified Organic fresh and aged goat cheese. Raw milk and pasteurized varieties including a blue ribbon national award on our aged raw milk feta. Visit us on the South Santiam River and learn about our organic practices and view our cheese making room.Janice and Larry Neilson 28580 Pleasant Valley Rd. Sweet Home, Oregon 97386 541.367.3891 Tour Information: We’d love to show you around but please call in advance. Thank you. Fraga Farm Goat Cheese 28580 Pleasant Valley Rd. Sweet Home Or 97386 541-367-3891
Freeway Lakes County Park
Day use: open year-round Description: There are three lakes within the park (approximately 7-acres, 9-acres, and 21-acres). The Oregon State Department of Fish and Wildlife stock brood trout in the lake during winter months. Because of warming of the water in the summer only warm water fish survive. 6000 Three Lakes Road SE, Albany Located southwest of the Albany where Oak Creek flows under I-5 Amenities Restroom facilities 3 Lakes totalling 39 acres 27-acre park
Fresh To You Produce: Garden Center
Loczted 1/4 mile south of Stayton on Stayton Scio Rd. A welcoming environment to purchase products to enhance your health, home and peace of mind. Fresh produce, landscape plants, pumpkin patch and Christmas wreaths. Open year round, Mon-Sat 9-5. Sun 11-3.
Friends of the National Wildlife Refuge Complex
The Willamette Valley is nestled between the Cascade and Coastal ranges in Oregon and stretches from the Oregon-Washington border south to the city of Eugene. Historically, it was a land of wet prairies, dry prairies, oak savannas, and mixed woodlands. Today, most of this land has been developed. The refuges of the Willamette Valley National Wildlife Refuge Complex represent a significant portion of what is left. We are an non-profit organization that includes habitat restoration work, environmental education and community outreach. Browse our web site to see the kind of activities in which you can take part and what work we do.
Fry Road Nursery
You will find plants that are: …not sprayed with growth regulators commonly used to extend shelf life. They are grown unhampered from cutting or seed to take off quickly in your garden. Growth regulators are used only on a few select plants if they enhance final garden performance. …propagated legally: all restrictions and royalties are observed. …carefully selected: we are constantly improving our selection of new and exotic plants. …available throughout most of the year: since we are propagators as well as growers, some size is usually available year- round. …not sold before their time: we will not try to send plants earlier in the season than is best for their ultimate performance and survival. …custom propagated for your individual needs : we are always happy to help you obtain plants by custom propagation or special ordering to your size and variety specifications. ...sold by folks available for advice along the way: We are eager to be your partners in the fun and adventure of gardening! Email: Phone: (541) 928-7038 Mailing Address: Fry Road Nursery 34989 Fry Rd. SE Albany, OR 97322 USA General info: Fry Road Nursery We are open 10-6 every Monday through Saturday for retail business, so please stop by!
Gap Road Garden
A delightful garden shop located at the historic Shimanek Covered Bridge featuring seasonal plants, herbs and topiaries, farm fresh eggs and honey, local handcrafts, garden décor and gifts. Open: Tues. – Sat. 10am – 5pm 39141 Richardson Gap Road • Scio, OR 97374 (503) 394-3735
Gathering Together Farms, Inc.
Diversity is one of the keystones of our farm. Each year we sell over 40 different types of vegetables of over 100 different varieties through our Farm Stand and our booths at local farmers' markets. We also grow vegetables for the First Alternative Co-op, Nearly Normal's Restaurant (John is an owner), Big River, Sam's Station and many other local restaurants. In addition, we sell to many of Portland's premier restaurants. We distribute wholesale quantities of many items through Organically Grown Company. Our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) membership program continues to grow and now includes over 300 households in Corvallis, Philomath, Portland, and Newport. Check out our breakfasts at the farm! Organic farm selling at farmers’ markets, to CSA customers, and at farm stand. Tues-Sat 9-5. 25159 Grange Hall Rd. Philomath. 541-753-4120.
Gossler Farms Nursery
A world-renowned nursery and garden, we have a large 6 acre display garden open year round. We specialize in magnolias and other trees and shrubs.
Greengable Gardens
10 acre collector’s garden w/ flower shop. Check Website: hours, events, products. 24689 Grange Hall Rd, Philomath. 541-929-4444
Nestled in the center of the gorgeous McKenzie River Valley, Harbick’s Country Inn is located half way between Eugene & Sisters on scenic Oregon Highway 126. Six miles east of the small town of Blue River, just past mile post 47, Harbick’s Country Inn is surrounded by nature’s beauty. Popular for its fine fishing and exciting white water, the McKenzie River is within walking distance; along with the nationally ranked Tokatee Golf Course. 54791 McKenzie Highway Blue River, OR 97413 Phone: 541-822-3805 Fax: 541-822-3158
Hasselblad Acre
Mushrooms of all kinds,and an array of unique gifts, custom paintings, and dried flower art. Call us at 541-998-8887
Hazelnut Hill Inc
January-September Wednesday’s thru Sunday’s 12-5 October-December Tuesday’s thru Sunday’s 9-5 Tours for pre-booked groups available upon request Experience Oregon Hazelnuts Direct from the Grower, Roaster and Candy Maker!
High Pass Winery
The Holiday Farm Resort is the ideal place for a vacation, offering the best in McKenzie River lodging, with beautiful riverside cottages and a great historic lodge restaurant. Situated 1/4 mile off Highway 126 on McKenzie River Drive, the resort is 1 mile from beautiful Tokatee Golf Course, a championship 18-hole course. Enjoy soaking up the peaceful sounds of the river and wildlife from your cottage deck. For the more adventurous, myriads of other outdoor activities are available nearby, including gorgeous trails and waterfalls, fly fishing in McKenzie River Drift Boats, bird watching, rafting, canoeing, horseback riding, hot springs, and reservoirs.54455 McKenzie River Dr. Blue River, OR 97413 For reservations call: 1-541-822-3725 (local) Or email us at:
HolmesStead Ranch
Here at HolmesStead Ranch owners Mike and Debbie raise and sell wholesome hormone free Hogs, Goats, Range Free Chickens, several breeds of Heritage Turkeys also Range Free, plus farm fresh eggs and Goat Milk Soap. We are committed to providing good, healthy food, we sell our meat by the whole or half carcass. Hours: Saturday and Sunday 9:00 am to 4 pm
Honey Bee Sweet Shop
Honeybee Sweet Shop Hours: Sat-Sun 10am 5pm (541) 758-2258 Your Home for Gourmet Carmel Corn & Candy
Honey Tree Apiaries
OPEN SUNDAY 10a.m. to 5p.m. Call to schedule special times. Honey Tree Apiaries is a small honey bee farm located where the Coast Range meets the Willamette Valley in Alpine, Oregon. We raise honey bees for honey production and pollination with out the use of synthetic chemicals or antibiotics. Our honey is not pasturized to preserve the sweet goodness the bees intended. Ethan M. Bennett Honey Tree Apiaries (541) 207-2155
Hoodoo Ski Resort
Whether you prefer the deep and challenging powder of Hoodoo's Backside or the finely groomed runs of the front side, the majesty of Hoodoo's location and fun of Hoodoo's night skiing will bring you back again and again. Even if you don't ski we have plenty to do for everyone including the very popular Autobahn Tube Hill.To contact our Hoodoo office please call (541)822-3799 from 8:30 AM to 4 PM. Hoodoo works in partnership with the Willamette National Forest specifically with the McKenzie River Ranger District If you would like to contact them about other recreation opportunities in the District please call (541)822-3381.
Humming Angels Alpacas
DISCOVER ALPACAS! - A full time working alpaca ranch with over 50 friendly alpacas! Visitors will enjoy learning about these beautiful creatures, which are raised for their fiber, easy to care for and easy on the land. We proudly offer our alpacas' all natural fiber goods available for purchase, from raw fleece, rovings and felt to handspun and mill-spun yarns. To help enhance your garden, fresh and composted alpaca "beans" are also available, as well as worms, worm castings and worm tea. Stop in for a visit. You'll be glad you did! Hours: Jan-Mar 12-5. Apr-Jun 1-6. Jul-Sept 12-7. Oct-Dec 1-4. Humming Angels Alpacas website: 541.258.2785 40011 Lacomb Drive, Lebanon, OR 97355
Inn at the Bridge
J. J.s Ranch Shop Antiques
Jamie Hooper, Photography
A professional photographer for over 25 years, he shot the infamous, Men of the Long Tom Calendars. Photographs are personally printed by the artist as an archival glicee, signed, matted, and ready to place in a standard-sized frame. A personal and exquisite gift!
John Boy's Mercantile
Country store for groceries, camping, hardware, beer, wine, hot food & more. Mon-Sat 6am-8pm, Sun 7am- 8pm. 186 E. Main, Alsea. 541-487-4462.
John Neal Memorial County Park
Kat's Aspect of Art
Kayak Shack
A summer business venture by Waldport High School Students.Kayak rentals and lessons. Open July & August. Call for information. Waldport. 541-563-3243
Kittyhawk Kigers
Sun or snow, we love to share our mustangs with youth of all ages! Whether you're interested in summer camps, group instruction or just making friends with some incredible horses... Come visit us at WOYR and share the joy! Wild Ones Youth Ranch at Kittyhawk Kigers & Mustangs 26591 Ferguson Rd. Junction City, OR
Larwood Covered Bridge Wayside
This Wayside provides swimming, fishing and picnicking. Hiking is available on Island Trail. The covered bridge and water wheel power plant enhance the visual scape and add to the area's historical interest. The total acreage of the Wayside is 4.84 with approximately 2,130 feet of Crabtree Creek frontage and approximately 180 feet of Roaring River frontage.. 42000 Fish Hatchery Dr, Scio, Oregon Located at the corner of fish Hatchery Drive and Larwood
Leaping Lamb Farm Stay
Family sheep farm offering farm stay in self-contained cabin. Featured in Sunset Magazine! 20368 Honey Grove Rd, Alsea 541-487-4966.
Lebanon Farmers Market
Every Thursday 3:00PM - 7:00PM May 20th - September 30th
Linn County Arts Guild
"The Linn County Arts Guild was created to inspire, educate, engage and encourage the community in the creation of all forms of arts by providing a dynamic and positive environment to foster the creative process". Currently LCAG meets the 2nd Monday of the Month at 6:30 pm @ the Santiam Travel Station, 750 3rd Street (Corner of Sherman and 3rd Street) Lebanon. Artwork can be viewed throughout Linn County businesses, festivals and craft shows. Our Guild Storefront Gallery is at 550 Main Street - Lebanon, Oregon.
Linn County Lamb and Wool Fair
Celebrating the sheep industry in the Valley since 1935. The fiar is held the third full weekend in May. Come celebrate at our family-friendly fair with venders, fiber arts, quilt show, food and entertainment on our stage. 503-394-3389
Long Hollow Ranch
Looking for a dude ranch vacation, cowboy vacation, or horse ranch vacations? Or, working cattle ranch horseback vacations, cattle drive, horseback riding vacations, fly fishing vacations? Look no further. We have them all. Long Hollow Ranch is a guest ranch with good old fashion values. The newly remodeled 100-year old ranch house welcomes you to historic Central Oregon. The friendly ranch style atmosphere, the cozy guest rooms and home-cooked meals satisfy and refresh our hungry and tired guests. Telephone: (541) 923-1901 Toll-Free: (877) 923-1901 Regular Mail: 71105 Holmes Road Sisters, OR 97759 Email:
Long Tom Grange
Home of the "Finest Daffodil Festival" in the Northwest, the Apple Harvest Festival, and the infamous Men of the Long Tom Grange Calendar. One of the fastest growing granges in the state. use our Visitor Center to find maps and brochures along the Long Tom Country Trail!
Lyons-Mehama Boat Ramp
Maragas Winery
Family winery carrying on the centuries old tradition of artisan wines - currently producing 3,000 cases of wine annually. We make four wines: Legal Zin - a claret style zinfandel blended with merlot - 1200 cases, Pinot Riche - an alsatian style pinot gris - 1,200 cases produced, Signature Reserve - a full bodied zinfandel blend aged 18 months to 2 years in American Oak- 300 cases, and Kool Kat Muscat - an old world style, slightly sweet muscat canelli. Nearly all of our wines are sold at either fine restaurants or out of our tasting room in Bend, Oregon. From the labels to the contents of the bottles, our motto is to enjoy life and drink delicious wine. For More Information: Phone: 541-330-0919 Email: Website: Hours: 12 - 4 Friday - Sunday
Marks Ridge Winery
Wine Tasting Thursday-Sunday 12-5p.m. 29255 Berlin Rd. Sweet Home, OR 97386 541-367-3292 Website:
McKenzie Community Track & Field
Come and run away from home. Mountain ridges surround the premier track and field close to the McKenzie River. The wetlands to the west of the track has a walking path around the perimeter. 51480 Blue River Drive, Blue River, OR 97413 (541) 822 3451
McKenzie River Chamber of Commerce
The McKenzie River Chamber of Commerce provides its members with many key opportunities for visibility and recognition. Chamber members are eligible to place brochures and business flyers in two 24/7 outdoor kiosks in Walterville and Leaburg, as well as at our information annexes in Harbick’s Country Store in Rainbow and Meyer’s General Store in Blue River. In addition, the Chamber has produced a Dining Guide, a Lodging & RV Park Guide and a Calendar of Annual Events. We are also promoting our community on the web where even more opportunities exist for businesses to connect with potential customers. McKenzie River Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 505 Walterville, OR 97413 (541) 822-3350
McKenzie River Inn Bed and Breakfast and Cabins
Exceptional beauty where hospitality meets the river! A small resort located at the McKenzie River that prodes services to visitors to the McKenzie Valley and Willamette National Forest.Lodging, white water rafting, fly fishing, river floats, organic fruits from own orchard and wine tasting from our own winery.49164 McKenzie Highway, Vida, 97488 541-822-6260
McKenzie River Lavender
McKenzie River Lavender specializes in all things lavender. Our products are made from lavenders that we grow and include pure essential oil, unique hand made pillows and many other dried lavender items. Our farm is loveliest when lavender is in full bloom in late June through July. We participate in the Oregon Lavender Association’s Oregon Lavender Festival the second weekend in July. Call for a visit out of season. (541)736-8575 40882 McKenzie Hwy, Springfield, OR 97478 Call for a visit out of season.
McKenzie River Mountain Resort
Riverside Resort features comfortable vacation homes & deluxe hotel rooms – our meeting rooms make us perfect for family reunions and church
McKenzie River Nursery
McKercher County Park/Wayside
Day use: open year-round. Stunning scenic views await visitors and tall Douglas and white fir trees offer shade for those who want to picnic in the summer sun. The little plunge pools of the Calapooia River offer a prime attraction for swimmers to this picturesque area. Swim, picnic, fish or just relax, McKercher Park is a beautiful wayside along Highway 228.
Midway Farms
Midway Farms is an organic/no spray family farm stand and "Green Venue." 100% local, seasonal, fresh produce, milk, cheeses, eggs,flowers,herbs. Plants, jams, gluten-free goodies,handmade soaps,gifts and more. Midway Farms is also a "Green Florist" offering custom-grown organic flowers and a spectacular outdoor setting for your events. Our garden biodiversity may be the right fit for you. THINK ECO-FRIENDLY-THINK MIDWAY FARMS!
Monroe Resale Shop
The Monroe Resale Shop is located at 190 S. Fifth Street in Monroe and is open Wednesdays, 10am to 4pm, Thursdays from 12 noon to 5pm and Saturdays from 10am to 4pm. Our mission is to provide customers with high-quality, gently used items at reasonable prices. You will find a variety of clothing, household items, small tools & appliances, jewelry, books, games and more. Our proceeds help support our parent organization, the non-profit ALPINE COMMUNITY CENTER (see its own separate listing). For more information contact Dorothy at 541-517-5943 or
MoonShadow Farm
Annual Lavender Faire with local vendors, artisans, live music, lavender cuts, oil and hydrosol distillation demonstrations and more! Please visit our website for details: (541) 928-5122
Mountain Jewel Alpaca Farm
Alpacas, alpaca finery, yarn, rugs, socks, & more. Check website or call for hours and directions. 541-929-2609
Nuthatch Knoll
ODFW Alsea Fish Hatchery
Offering a stream scene, sturgeon, and trophy trout pond. Group tours available. 29050 Fish Hatchery Rd, Alsea. 541-487-7240
Oregon Alpaca Farm
See alpacas up close and personal. Farm store on site. Open Sat 10-4 or by appt. 25092 Grange Hall Rd. Philomath. 541-929-7527.
Oregon Hatchery Research Center
Research facility studying native fish recovery and hatchery programs. Visitor Center open to public. 2418 E. Fall Crk Rd, Alsea. 541-487-5510.
Our Daily Bread Restaurant
Housed in a beautifully renovated country church, Our Daily Bread is a full service northwest dining experience featuring delicious regional cuisine and fine local wines and microbrews. Family owned and run, we pride ourselves on the fine quality of our meals produced by our small, but talented staff. Made from scratch whenever possible, our unique entrees, delicious soups, beautiful salads, delicious desserts and fresh sandwiches are a treat for all of the senses. Central to many Southern Willamette Valley vineyards and fifty minutes from Florence, Our Daily Bread Restaurant serves as a destination point for any excursion. Our facility boasts five dining areas suitable for any occasion as well as full service catering. Our Daily Hours: Monday - Tuesday: 7 am - 3pm Wednesday - Saturday: 7 am - 8pm Sunday Brunch 10am to 1pm Dinner 4- 8pm 88170 Territorial Road Veneta, Oregon 97487 Phone (541) 935-4921 :: Fax (541) 935-4126
Pfeiffer Cottage Inn
In love with the clean lines, the woodwork and the fir and white oak floors throughout the home, our inn has awed many guests and visitors. A classic Bungalow that symbolizes America's growth and prosperity in the early 1900's, our inn draws every historic home lover in to it's soul. Built from organic materials cementing it with it's environment, this Craftsman Bungalow "feels" like home. We welcome you to come and enjoy our home and our inn as you experience this piece of "living" history. 541-971-9557 or send email to
Pfeiffer Winery
A boutique winery with artisan wines not sold in stores or restaurants. Specializing in pinot noir and pinot gris. Voted a best winery experience in Lane County. Try our Pinot Plus tasting and have a pinot clinic in our private grotto. Enjoy our new Water Garden feature with ponds and waterfalls in the middle of the vineyard!
Pine Mountain Ranch
Come visit the ranch and learn how our animals are raised. Each tour is approximately 45 minutes long. You'll ride through the ranch on a wagon while learning about the operations of the ranch and what it takes to be a sustainable farmer. The tour season kicks off on Sunday July 11th. Tours begin on the hour, starting at 10 am. Reservations are required, although drop ins are welcome, first come first served. Bring a water bottle, sunscreen and a hat. Reservations can be made by calling direct at 541 312 0185 or email: (preferred). Tour prices: $10 per adult, 13 years and older. 6 -12 years and under - $6.00 and children 5 and under are free. A family pack of 4 is $25 - (two adults and two children 6 and older). Large groups can be accomodated during the week as well. Contact us directly for availability and pricing.
Powell Butte Bison Ranch
Powell Butte Bison Ranch PO Box 204 Powell Butte, OR 97753 Bev: (541) 233-3221 Steve: (541) 233-3588 Family owned and operated small farm in Central Oregon specializing in raising grass-fed bison. The herd is maintained as a family unit and is given a variety of pasture environments appropriate for the seasons. Thirty to 36 month old animals are USDA inspected and butchered in nearby Prineville. Tanned hides and bleached skulls are occasionally available.Mission:To preserve the heritage of the American Buffalo and the family farm while providing all natural, healthful foods for area residents.Products:Bison meat, free range chicken eggs, and premium orchard grass mix hay.Facebook Page:
Prineville Farmers Market
A truly unique market that rminds you why local food and local farmer's markets are important. Saturdays 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Downtown Plaza on 3rd Street. 541-280-4097
Prineville-Crook County Chamber of Commerce
The Prineville-Crook County Chamber of Commerce & Visitor’s Center welcomes you to enjoy, explore and experience the high desert from the oldest city in Central Oregon.
Pump House Bar and Grill
Rain Shadow El Rancho
Come see the buffalo roaming on our 145-acre, sustainably-managed ranch nestled in the foothills. Natural, pasture-raised chickens, ducks and turkeys provide delicious, healthy meat and eggs for your family. We invite you to see how your food is raised and buy our high quality products while you are here. Make sure to get your buffalo burgers while you are here! We now accept the Oregon Trail Card.Rain Shadow El Rancho 40556 Providence Drive Scio, OR 97374 (541) 259-5006 website:
Rainshadow Organics
Ridge View Farms
River Bend Resort
Enjoy the splendors of the Willamette River at River Bend Resort. We feature 19 hotel rooms, 95 RV sites, an event center and breathtaking views. Bordered by the river, Harrisburg hosts free concerts and outdoor movies, an Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration and Christmas Parade of Lights; just to name a few. Our skatepark was designed and built by internationally known Dreamland Skateparks with input from local skateboarders. Don't forget to visit Harrisburg's museum which received the 2007 Oregon Heritage Excellence Award. Come over and enjoy the serenity of the countryside. You'll be glad you did.
River Stone Pottery
Two full rooms of exceptional handthrown and sculptural pottery and other local artwork. Open first full weekend of every month. And by appointment. 541-367-3772. (Also Annual Dec. Month-long Holiday Sale!) 41764 Upper Calapooia Dr., Sweethome, OR 97386
Roaring River County Park
The Roaring River rambles through this 28-acre park providing an inviting atmosphere for anglers and picnickers. In addition to its open spaces, the park offers three large group picnic shelters, which can be reserved, hiking trails and a fishing pond. 42000 Fish Hatchery Drive, Scio, Oregon Located on Fish Hatchery Drive off Hwy 226 There are three covered shelters to choose from. Shelters include electricty and water. Refundable cleaning deposits of $100.00 and a $75.00 non-refundable reservation fee apply to some shelters. Call our office to make your reservations. Please note that a special-use permits request form are required for dunk tanks, bounce castles and inflatable slides. Open Year Round
Schoolhouse Produce
Specializing in local, organic and FRESH produce as well as brea, milk, eggs, cheese and local WA & Or microbrews and wines. Open: Mon-Fri-9-6, Sat 9-5 closed Sunday. 651 NW 6th. St. Ste. B Redmond, Or 97756 (541) 548-5560
Scio Feed and Country Store, Inc.
A treasure from the early 1900's. Scio Feed has had a grain mill on this site since 1898.the current feed store and warehouse dates to 1935. Scio Feed serves the rural needs from feed and animal health, gardening supplies,to a unique gift department ranging from local home makde gift items to jewelry and children's toys. Home of the world faamous Big Red Rooster. Browse our sop and check out our antiques. 8 am-5 p.m. Mon-Sat. Closed Sunday.
Shur-wood Forest Arts and Crafts
a unique gift shop nestled on the edge of the woods. Acrylics and oils on wood, canvas, fabric, metal, glass, ceramic and paper. Fleece blankets, country-crafted items. Next to a covered bridge, fish hatchery and berry farms!
Smith Rock Ranch (Central Oregon Pumpkin Co.)
Snow Peak Station
Located in the rural community of Lacomb at the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, Snow Peak Station is more than a convenient stop. We offer vintage sodas, freshly brewed Allann Bros. organic coffee and espresso, organic and local foods. Our deli includes great Panini sandwiches and homemade pizza. Shop in our gift shop for hamdmade soaps, organic lotions and local Alpaca yarn. Don't foget to fuel up while you're here! 47494 Lacomb Dr., Lebanon 541-451-1008
South Benton Community Museum
South Benton Communities Museum Open:Wednesday 1-4p.m. Last Saturday of the month 10-4p.m
Spindrift Cellars
Family owned winery w/ tasting room in downtown Philomath. Check website for hours. 810 Applegate, Philomath. 541-929-6555.
Springbank Farm
Square Dot Saddlery
Come see Hank for all your custom leather needs: chinks, chaps, and armitas, cowboy cuffs, sheaths & holsters, and of course, custom saddles. Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m. 429 N. Main St. Prineville, OR 97754 541-447-1205
Stafford Inn
Stayton Bridge Boat Ramp/Wayside
Steely Acres
Home of the Blueberry Festival and unique metal artwork. Visit our gallery to discuss your ideas for your perfect custom order. 541-998-2257, 96378 Adams Lane, Junction City.
Stillpoint Farm
Stillridge Art Gallery
Fine artist Glenna Barker paints from life, memory and imagination, but always from the heart. Original oils for purchase, archival giclee reproductions individually printed fro a master so the colors and details are guaranteed to match the orginal. Wander hrough our terraced garden! 541-998-8526 94724 turnbow road, Junction City.
Sunflower Hilll Farm
Sunshine Limo
Visit the Trails in style! Sunshine Limo has organized trail tours, plus winery tours. Join us in one of our late model limousines, limo prty bus, luxury town cars, or vintage convertibles. Gourmet lunches or appetizers on any limo reservation. 541-344-5466
Sweet Earth Winery and Vineyard
Family-owned Sweet Earth Vineyards and Winery is committed to producing excellent, handcrafted wines form the finest quality grapes.Located on a sloped hillside in the rain shadow of Mary's Peak, Sweet Earth vineyard benefits from this unique micro climate known for producing award-winning wines in Oregon's Willamette Valley. Just a mile and a half west of Monroe. Come visit, taste some fine wines and make new friends! Phil and Nancy McCullum, 24843 Kyle Road, Monroe, Oregon 97456, Phone 541-847-9013 Open Memorial Day through Labor Day, Holidays by appt. Fri/Sat 12-6, Sun 12-5
Sweet Things Bakery
Sweet Things Cakes, Cookies & Confections We offer the area's best scones, muffins, bars, cakes, cookies & our famous giant cinnamon rolls! Hours of operation: Monday through Friday 7:00 am to 5:00 pm, Saturday 8:00 am to 3:00 pm 288 Hickory Street Albany, OR 97321 ph: 541-928-8804 alt: 541-979-7744
Sylvan Skies Alpacas
Located in the heart of covered bridge country Sylvan Skies Alpacas is proud to offer you and your family a unique opportunity to get to know the sweet gentle animals known as alpacas. Learn the basics about these curious creatures with hands on time in the pasture. You can even watch the babies run and play while picnicking around the pond. Let us show you the processes that turn our luxurious alpaca fiber into products that people love to wear. We also offer wonderful locally made and fine imported alpaca clothing, gifts and yarn in our farm store. Give us a call and set up a visit to Sylvan Skies Alpacas. Open most weekdays and Saturdays.
Takoda's Restaurant
Takes Reservations Walk-Ins Welcome Good For Groups Good For Kids Take Out Catering Waiter Service Outdoor Seating Specialties:Breakfast Lunch Dinner Coffee Drinks 91806 Mill Creek Road Rainbow, OR, 97413 Phone:541-822-1153 Mon - Sun:8:00 am - 8:00 pm
Terrebonne Depot Food & Drink
Fresh local ingredients in a 100 year old train depot minutes from Smith Rock. Dine inside our recently renovated structure or outside on our expansive deck - where views of Smith Rock and the Cascade Mountains are unmatched.
Territorial Winery
While our vineyards are indeed nestled, tucked, and stitched into the lush, gently rolling foothills of the coast range, our winery has a decidedly urban setting. Just a couple blocks east of the Blair Boulevard historic district in Eugene's funky and thriving Whiteaker neighborhood, our facility is centrally located and easy to find (click here for map). From the blank slate of a 12,000 square foot coffee warehouse we are able to design and build a fully modern, state-of-the-art winemaking facility.
Terry Brown Glass
Kiln formed art glass studio specializing in tiles, knobs & pulls, lighting,mirrors, photo frames, plates & platters, bottle stoppers and an extensive line of sun catchers and window art. Open Fri & Sat, 10-6 or call to arrange a visit. 541-822-3785
The Courtyard on Sixth
Over 60 local artists, crafters, collectors, photographers participate in our year round market. The displays include flowers, jewelry, woodwork, quilts, scrapbooking supplies, beads, ceramics, books, baby products,and antiques. Also alpaca products, gels, goat-milk products, paintings, recycled western art and health care products. 541-234-2160
The Garden Shack
The Last Stand Farm
Seven acres of biodynamic farming. Come and see holistic farming in action! Self-serve farm stand open daily June 26-Oct. 24 Tours Sundays by appt.900 Peters Rd. or 491 NW 5th St. Prineville, OR.97754
The Long Branch Restaurant and Lounge
The Thyme Garden
Largest collection of organic herbs in NW. Display gardens, herbal luncheons/tours. Check website: open dates/hours. 20546 Alsea Hwy, Alsea. 541-487-8671
The Wine Vault
Thimbles and Threads
Thomas Creek Alpacas
We offer farm tours to indtroduce the public to alpacas. Visit our large alpaca farm store with sweaters, socks, gloves, yarn, scarves, dog beds, hats and raw fiber. Purchase some items right here on the Oregon Country Trails store! 38517 Robinson Dr., Scio, Oregon 97374 503-690-2522
Timber Creek Farm
Timeless Gardens
TJ Glass Art
Full service stained glass shop and Gift Shop offering unusual three dimensional stained glass products. Open Wed -Sat 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm or call 541-968-5766.
Tokatee Golf Club
Toni's BBQ
Tumalo Farms
Tucked in the triangle of Bend, Sisters and Redmond, Tumalo Farms is 84 acres of lush land with a beautiful backdrop of the Cascade Mountain Range. The high desert climate offers crisp alpine air and a wonderful environment for raising goats and making cheese. At Tumalo Farms, we believe that the most remarkable cheese is created by a balanced combination of art and science. Our creative side strives to make our artisan cheeses appealing to the senses, while our scientific side utilizes state-of-the-art technology and farming practices to make our cheese-making process perfect every time. Hours/Days: Saturdays - By appointment only (541)-350-3718
Tumalo Lavender
We are open during the bloom season for tours. U-cut lavenders, live plants from the greenhouse. Open by appointment. 541-419-9449
Tyee Wine Cellars
Vineyard & tasting room on Buchanan Family Century Farm. Check website: open dates/hours. 26335 Greenberry Rd,
Veneta's Farmers Market
Victorian Chocolate Company
Water Tower Market
A market featuring venders along the Oregon Country Trails, held every Saturday beneath the water tower iin Junction City. 10 am to 3 p.m. Venders welcome! Contact: Beatriz 541-337-1428
William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge
William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge was created to provide vital wintering habitat for dusky Canada geese. Unlike other Canada geese, duskies have limited summer and winter ranges. They nest on Alaska's Copper River Delta, and winter almost exclusively in the Willamette Valley. Habitat loss, predation, and hunting have caused a decrease in population. Located in the Willamette Valley, the refuge protects many of the valley's historic habitats, including the largest remaining tract of native Willamette Valley wet prairie. Fields of wildlife food crops are interspersed with Oregon white oak savannah, meandering creeks with bottomland Oregon ash forest, old growth big-leaf maple, and native prairie. Other management goals are to preserve native species and enhance biodiversity. Endangered and threatened species such as peregrine falcons, bald eagles, Oregon chub, and Bradshaw's desert parsley find protection and sanctuary on the refuge. A herd of Roosevelt elk can be found in the bottomland forests or farm fields on the refuge. 26208 Finley Refuge Rd Corvallis, OR 97333 - 9533 E-mail: Phone Number: 541-757-7236
Windy Acres Dairy Farm
Unique Small working herd share farm. Visit during milking times, pet animals, see and touch chicken eggs,duck eggs,and veggies/ meats when available. Milking hours, 6:30am-4:30pm Educational visit of the farm by calling 541-447-5389
Wings Beads and Things
A home base business run by Beatriz Braun. Several years of experience have helped me to create original and high quality jewelry, accessories and special gifts. Some of the creative gifts are made with recycling materials. Many of my creations can be found around the Fern Ridge Area and local venues. I do minor repairs on jewelry and costume-made items for weddings, birthdays and other special occasions. I also offer individual and small group classes. My goal is to give you the best possible service and total satisfaction along with great prices. You can contact me at
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