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  1. 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
  2. Around the Table

    Around the Table was founded on the belief that gathering around a table to share a meal with a loved one, a colleague or a stranger, is one of life’s simple pleasures and an experience filled with great power. Food, being a universal experience, has…

    Location: 316 NE Dallas Street, Camas
  3. Aspen Lakes Golf Course/Brand 33 Restaurant

    The Cyrus family, a sixth-generation Central Oregon family that originally came over the Oregon Trail in the 1840s, built and owns Aspen Lakes Golf Course in Sisters. Aspen Lakes is an 18-hole golf course, featuring unique red-sand bunkers, that has drawn international attention. Combined with classic Central Oregon views…

    Location: 16900 Aspen Lakes Drive, Sisters, OR 97759
  4. Aunt Ding’s

    This cafe offers fine home-made food, including some of the best pies anywhere. It’s nicely decorated, spotless and staffed by friendly employees. It’s a great spot to stop by on your way to recreational activities on the McKenzie River or up and over the pass…

    Location: Highway 126, Walterville, OR
  5. Barlow Trail Roadhouse

    An authentic log cabin rich in history and legends, The Barlow Trail Roadhouse dates back to 1926 and is loved by everyone who visits. Locals, travelers and tourists alike have made this restaurant one of their favorite gathering places.  The building has a wonderful rustic…

    Location: 69580 E Highway 26, Welches, OR 97067
  6. Beckie’s Cafe

    Beckie’s Cafe, listed on the National Historic Register, was built in the early 1920s by Ed Beckelhymer and sits along the banks of Union Creek, near the Rogue River, a scenic waterway that is enjoyed by many rafters and fishermen. Historic Beckie’s  is known for its huckleberry…

    Location: 56484 Highway 62, Prospect, Oregon, OR 97536
  7. Blackberry Jam Festival

    This annual family-fun event is held in Lowell, on the Dexter Reservoir overlooking a beautiful, verdant recreation area. The event includes drag boat races on the lake, live music and food venues, art contests and a fishing derby with a prize of $10,000.   The fully restored…

    Location: Rolling Rock Park, Lowell, OR 97452
  8. Brewers Union Local 180

    The Brewers Union Local 180 is Oregon’s only real ale pub and brewery.  They offer up to six cask-conditioned ales that are brewed on-site, as well as numerous regional microbrews, wines and hard ciders.  Food is top-notch and is prepared to order.  House specialties include…

    Location: 48329 East 1st St, Oakridge, OR 97463
  9. Brickhaven Bed and Breakfast

    The beauty that surround Brickhaven, as well as the site itself, is unbelievable.  So close to Portland, yet a world away.  Overlooking the beautiful Columbia River Gorge looking both east and west, each room of this home boasts a view.  Built by commercial cartoonist Ernie Hager, this whimsical…

    Location: 38717 E. Historic Columbia River Hwy., Corbett, OR 97019
  10. Canyonville Pumpkin and Music Celebration

    This festival features a giant pumpkin weigh-in, carved pumpkins, scarecrows, tall tales and pie-eating, seed-spittin’ and pumkin recipe contests. There’s a classic car show, a perennial plant swap, an exotic animal show, hay rides and a wine and beer garden. If that’s not enough fun,…

    Location: Pioneer Park, Canyonville, OR 97417
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