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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.
Covered Bridge Coffee House
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.
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 gaproad@gmail.com
J. J.s Ranch Shop Antiques
John Neal Memorial County Park
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
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. www2hall.com 503-394-3389
Lyons-Mehama Boat Ramp
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: www.rainshadowelrancho.com
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
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!
Stayton Bridge Boat Ramp/Wayside
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.
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
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 tcalpacas@smt-net.com www.ThomasCreekAlpacas.com
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