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With its grand architecture, Victorian gardens and intricate stained glass, the Historic Deepwood Estate is a must-see for locals and visitors to Salem. The estates rich history began in 1893, and today the grounds are available for weddings and private events.
The Orchard Heights Winery is a winery that is situated in the foothills of the Coast Range Mountains . The vineyard is made up of 15-acres of land that includes apple orchards, pear trees, and cherry trees.
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1350 Hines St. SE, Salem, OR 97302 MoreLess Info
Offering a unique, and extensive, selection of wines, Honeywood Winery is a wine shop and tasting room. The shop offers interesting flavors such as golden pineapple wines, an apricot supreme, and the more traditional options such as pinot noir and chardonnay.
As of 2013, native grasses are being restored to the Minto Brown Park. Visitors can expect to see this restoration, along with a large off-leash area for pets, and 14 hiking trails ranging from .11 miles to 1.89 miles.
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40700 E Historic Columbia River Highway, Corbett, OR 97014 MoreLess Info
Built in 1918, The Vista House At Crown Point serves as an historic rest area and scenic observatory overlooking the Columbia River. Part of a larger state park, the structure also contains a museum gift shop and espresso bar.
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40700 Historic Columbia River Highway, Corbett, OR 97019 MoreLess Info
A majestic observatory, the Vista House is upon the promontory of Crown Point with a gorgeous view of the gorge. At towering 733 feet above the Columbia River, it has a sweeping view of the river and state side.