- Our list of the best things to do in Canby, Oregon, features the top 496 nearby activities — including 217 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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3110 Portland Road, Newberg, OR 97132 MoreLess Info
The Ninety-Nine West Twin Cinemas & Drive-In Theatres have enjoyed a rich history. Having opened in 1953, the historic retro theater still entertain patrons today showing films on the drive-in screens as well as at the locations indoor theater.
An entertainment center, Sky High Sports features trampoline-related activities including open jumping, basketball, dodgeball, aerobics classes and foam pits. The center offers private event hosting, a snack bar, a children's playground and a program for special needs children.
Open for Halloween and Christmas visitors, the Wentzel Farm Fantasy Trail is a 1,000-foot wooded walkway decorated for the season. The trail features a 40-foot lighted castle, suspension bridge, crooked house and maze.
Owned by Dick and Nancy Ponzi, the Ponzi vineyards are a sprawling 100 acre vineyard. They also have their very own winemaking facility plus a wine bar, restaurant and cellar where people can celebrate privately or together with the crowd.
Carrying on the family business, Ponzi Vineyards is a second generation wine making business. The Ponzi family has been internationally recognized as making some of the best Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Blanc worldwide.
Situated on approximately 2/3 of an acre, Summerlake Dog Park features double-gated entry with sandy and grassy areas for dogs to play. The park has a water station for dogs as well as sheltered picnic tables.