- 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!
- Canby, OR has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Food & Drink, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
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As a family run operation, Springhill Cellars offers a complimentary tasting room experience. The most recognized wine produced here is the Pinot Noir, which won 'Best in Show' at theÂ Oregon State Fair Commercial Wine Competition.
Rather than a simple park, the Talking Water Gardens is actually an engineered treatment wetland to help with water reclamation in the surrounding area. The gardens are still open to the public and offer multiple walking trails and natural attractions.
Situated on 90 acres of land, Timber Linn Park features basketball courts, horseshoe areas, tennis courts, and a disc golf course, as well as a softball field. The park has covered picnic areas and walking paths, as well.
With fresh local produce, the 4 Seasons Farmers Market offers both seasonal fruits, vegetables, and other produce. Specialty goods available include candies, frozen meats, dried goods, and gluten free baking ingredients and crackers.
A cantilevered 14-foot high bridge, the Bridge of the Gods towers above the Columbia River. Legend and folk tales wrote about a land bridge in the area guarded by spirits, where the modern bridge now stands.
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45500 Wilson River Highway (Oregon 6), Tillamook, OR MoreLess Info
The Tillamook Forest Center has a 40-foot replica of a forest fire lookout tower, a 250-foot long suspension bridge, numerous hiking trails and a documentary film. The film tells the story behind the four wildfires that destroyed 355,000 acres of the Tillamook Forest.