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The Willamette Mission State Park is the site of the first mission for Native Americans. The park features 16 miles of trails for hiking, horseback-riding, and biking, picnic areas with walnut and filbert trees, volleyball, horseshoes, softball, soccer, and boating.
Schreiner's Iris Gardens has won the Dykes Memorial Medal from the American Iris Society 11 times for the irises that it grows on their 200 acres of land. From May to July, visitors can view 10-acres of the irises free.
Eyrie Vineyards takes pride in the delicate role nature plays in creating exceptional wines. Grown without the use of pesticides or insecticides, the vines organically produce quality grapes for varietals such as the creamy chardonnay or the rich pinot noir.
Westrey Winery was founded in 1993 in McMinnville, Oregon, and now focuses mainly on pinot noir, pinot gris and chardonnay. The winery offers an opportunity to experience a working vineyard and winemaking facility.
Located within the scenic Willamette Valley, the Remy Wines is a winery that specializes in the producing wine from non-traditional grape varieties such as Barbera, Lagrien and Dolcetto. The winery also offers daily wine-tasting events to those who want to explore non-traditional grape wines.
Overlooking Mt. Hood, Methven Family Vineyards offers wine tastings featuring wines including Chardonnay, Garnay Noir, Riesling, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir. The estate villa is available as a bed and breakfast and events, like weddings, can be hosted.
Since 1986, Panther Creek Cellars has been creating robust, fruity Pinot Noirs that make wine drinkers take note. The vineyard is known for its natural, nuanced direction and offers an intimate tasting room to those who visit.