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  1. Alpaca Tour

    Spend a relaxing day exploring the beautiful foothills of the Cascade mountains, traversing rolling farmland, crossing covered bridges, viewing towering mountains and deep green valleys, and visiting farms raising the magical alpaca. On the half-day Alpaca Auto Tour you will have the opportunity to visit…

    Location: Albany, OR
  2. Angel’s Organic Farm

    Angel’s is a one-of-a-kind, educational organic farm offering tours of their dynamic, state-of-the-art growing systems. The unique facility is all about teaching the health benefits of growing the highest-quality, mineral-rich produce in the country. They use ocean water, sound frequency technology, subtle energy, paramagnetics and…

    Location: 9394 Blackwell Road, Gold Hill, OR 97525
  3. Butte Creek Mill

    Built in 1872, the Butte Creek Mill is on the National Register of Historic Places and is the last commercially operated, water-powered flour mill west of the Mississippi. It’s a living treasure that stands rustically over Little Butte Creek, water pouring out of its hand-hewn…

    Location: 402 North Royal Ave., Eagle Point, OR 97524
  4. Cascade Alpacas of Oregon

    At Cascade Alpacas you can visit a working ranch and meet friendly alpacas and their newest babies. Find out what it is like to make a living raising alpacas. See fleeces, roving, yarn, and knitted and woven products made from alpacas. See a spinning demonstration. Learn…

    Location: 4207 Sylvester Dr , Hood River, OR 97031
  5. Cathedral Ridge Winery

    Cathedral Ridge Winery offers a wonderful combination of Oregon wines and Oregon views. Sample award-winning vintages, take a tour or a class, and have a picnic on the scenic grounds.

    Location: 4200 Post Canyon Drive , Hood River, OR 97031
  6. Cherrywood Bed & Breakfast

    A truly unique experience to indulge in the fruit of the Yakima Valley harvest.  A local cultural experience at its best in a community that supplies some of the best wine in the state. Known for their horseback winery tours and working farm experience, the…

    Location: 3271 Roza Dr, Zillah, WA 98953
  7. Colliding Rivers Classic Sheepdog Championships

    The event is unique in its heritage theme of sheepdog herding, and is held at a working ranch located in at a historically significant area of Douglas County, near the county seat of Roseburg.  The event is named after a distinct nearby geological location, the…

    Location: 10879 Buckhorn Road, Glide, OR 97443
  8. Dee Creek Farm

    Specialty cheeses, poultry, vegetables, and more, produced on this dynamic, chemical free farm.  Dee Creek currently have a creamery, mobile processing unit, certified kitchen, movable animal houses, greenhouses, ponds, an old barn, and a farmhouse from the 1900’s. In an effort to serve the community more…

    Location: 2402 Little Kalama River Road, Woodland, WA 98674
  9. Dufur Threshing Bee

    The Dufur Threshing Bee is a glimpse back in time to the early settlers’ way of life. It includes demonstrations of farming, equipment, clothing, blacksmithing, a schoolhouse, and the settlers’ overall way of life. Specially trained horses are used to demonstrate harvesting equipment like plowing,…

    Location: 040 Main Street, Dufur, OR 97021
  10. Fern Ridge Wine and Wings Festival

    This festival celebrates International Migratory Bird Day.  Hosts include Secret House Winery, Cascades Raptor Center, the Audubon Society, Oregon Dept of Fish and Wildlife, Fern Ridge Chamber of Commerce and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.  Guest speakers help visitors learn about the natural environment.  The…

    Location: 26647 Hwy. 126, Veneda, OR 97487
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