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Purple Cow Vineyards utilizes uncommon varietals and techniques to give patrons a unique perspective on wine. They provide a wide selection of wines which patrons can sample in the Purple Cowâ€™s tasting room.
Founded in 2008, the Portland Baseball Club provides facilities and specialized training for competitive baseball league athletes. Monthly private and group training is offered as well as batting practice and all day camps.
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.
Chehalem Cultural Center offers classes, workshops and events promoting the arts. It contains a fine arts gallery and exhibition hall, multipurpose arts studio classrooms, a clay studio, recording studio, meeting space and a 5,200 square foot grand ballroom.
Cliff Creek Cellars is a winery that strives to produce a large selection of high quality, estate-grown wines. Visitors have the opportunity to sample the Claret, Cabernet, and Syrah varieties in either the on-site or off-site tasting room.
At Anam Cara Cellars, visitors can try a flight of wines from a selection of Dry Riesling, Gewurztraminer, and Pinot Noir. The winery hosts events like barrel tastings, wine making lectures, food trucks, and wine launches.
At Baggenstos Farm, visitors can tour fields of produce, from berries to corn fields. Depending on the season, visitors can walk through spooky hay maze, pick a pumpkin from a pumpkin patch, or cut down a Christmas tree.