- Our list of the best things to do in Molalla, Oregon, features the top 327 nearby activities — including 141 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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With a vineyard run for over 30 years, Pheasant Run Winery makes Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Grigio without using pesticides or chemicals. The tasting room is housed in the Historical Aurora Bank and offers wine tastings.
11603 South New Era Road, Oregon City, OR 97045 MoreLess Info
King's Raven Winery has a wide variety of wines, ranging from white wines, pinot noir, and hybrid reds. The wine club offers discounts and invitations to wine club events throughout the year.
Located in a building built in 1905, the Pheasant Run Winery Tasting Room offers guests the opportunity to sample and purchase the wines produced there. 10% of the proceeds from the wine purchased go to local charities and non-profits.
Knights Bridge Park provides river access as well as a number of trails for walking. Visitors can jump off small cliffs into the river and go swimming, or go kayaking, or go fishing for catches like salmon and crayfish.
Inspired by France's Abby de Cluny, Villa Catalana Cellars built its winery in a Romanesque, stone architecture style. The winery features stone archways and gazebos with views of the surrounding vineyards and scenic pond.
At Albeke Farm, visitors can pick their own fruit from a produce farm, including strawberries, Melrose apples, grapes, and more depending on the season. The farm provides the bags and helps carry the fruit to the guest's car.
A Walk on the Wild Side is a rurally located, non-profit exotic animal rescue and preservation establishment. They accept a variety of unwanted animals, providing permanent homes as well as education about responsible animal ownership through yearly public events.
Established in 2000, Aurora Colony Vineyards is a wedding and special event site integrated with a winery. The winery features a variety of premiere estate wines along with an outdoor stage, amphitheater, and patio dining.
With over 40-acres of blooming fields of Dahlias, the Swan Island Dahlias is definitely a must visit—even men love the vibrant colors! The blooming flowers vary in their diameter from mere four-inch blooms to as huge as over 10-inches.