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Bernards Farm is a year-round produce stand, providing all the bounty of the Willamette Valley, including apples, strawberries, hazelnuts, walnuts, and a full array of U-pick fresh produce. Started in 1975 by fourth generation farmers as a way to serve our local community, we have expanded from growing only sweet corn to making our own apple cider, candied nuts, jams, and more!
More info: 503- 472-4933, email@example.com, 18755 SW Hwy 18, McMinnville.
HOURS: Open year-round, 7 days a week, 9a-6p
Blue Raeven Farmstand
Blue Raeven Pie Company is a 4th generation family farm that strives to grow the highest quality berries in the Willamette Valley. At the farm stand, you will find our famous fresh fruit pies, baked daily! You will also find a large selection of baked goods, ice cream, gifts, and local gourmet foods.
More Info: 503-835-0740, 20650 S. Hwy 99, Amity
HOURS: Mon-Sat 9a-5:30p, Sun 10a-5p
Country Cottage Alpacas and Cougars Mark Vineyard
Michael and I moved to the Willamette Valley over 8 years ago, left the city life of Los Angeles, and started an alpaca farm and bottling our own wine, Cougars Mark. The vineyard was already here and it was a Pinot Grigio, but we have since changed the 2 acres of vineyard to Pinot Noir.
Currently, we have 12 alpacas and 1 llama. We also have two Kune Kune pigs and five sheep. As well as chickens, cats and dogs is our guardian dog, Bailey. We recently put a barn on the property with RV hookups and we are working on an outdoor gathering spot for tastings and events. We also have built a small retail shop full of alpaca goodies—lots of pasture and land—26 acres, so plenty of space to walk and explore. We fell in love with this land; we think it has the most beautiful views. So come experience alpacas, take in the views, and taste some wine.
More Info: 503-472-1607, firstname.lastname@example.org, 1711 NW Garris Ln, McMinnville. Hosts: Janelle Weeks and Michael Smith.
HOURS: July. Usually 7 days per week, 7am to 7pm. Please text or call.
Durant at Red Ridge Farms
For 50 years, our family has grown wine grapes and been stewards of the land. This has become current-day Durant Vineyards, Durant Olive Mill, Durant Kitchen, Durant Body and Spam and Red Ridge Farms specialty plant nursery, gift shop, lodging, and nature trail. Our family has a deep and lasting connection to the land. We have always felt our responsibility to this hillside as caretakers and farmers, but it is now our joy to share this connection with you.
More info: 503-864-2000, 5510 NE Breyman Orchards Rd., Dayton
HOURS: Open daily, 10a-4p
Eola Crest Cattle
For almost 50 years, our farming family has called the Willamette Valley home. We are a family-owned and operated farm raising seed crops and cattle. Our 71X Farmstore is located on our farm just minutes from downtown McMinnville. Locals and visitors alike come to our store for our own farm raised beef, farm fresh eggs and other meats sourced from area farmers. A welcoming gift shop highlights the many items from around the area as well. Visitors can meet Petey the donkey, meander through our lavender and herbal tea garden or take a stroll along our nature trail to enjoy views of our cattle grazing alongside the Yamhill River. If you want to stay awhile, book a few nights at our Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast and immerse yourself in our quiet close-in farm setting.
More Info: 503-857-3027, ecc@eolacrestcattle. com, 7140 SE Booth Bend Rd. McMinnville
HOURS: Wed and Fri, 12-6p, Sat 12-5p
From 100% grass-fed beef and lamb, pastured poultry, forested pork, to sustainable wild-caught seafood and vegetables in season — you’ll always find deliciously good food that you can feel great about eating, no matter what you’re cooking up in the kitchen. Our partnership
agreements are made with intention and every farmer who we work with already displays a steadfast commitment to doing right by people, animals, and the planet. We work with them constantly to make sure our highest standards are met in all areas of their operations and processes, every single day. We know that when you nourish the land and its inhabitants, it nourishes back. Our farmers don’t just grow food, they raise it, with community health in mind. We offer purchases of whole or fractional shares of beef, pork and lamb, as well as walk-in retail cuts. Visit us at the Farm Store for meats and seasonal vegetables, as well as non-perishables, such as local raw honey, hazelnuts, spices, dog
treats, and more! More Info: 503-730-7535, email@example.com, 15713 Highway 47, Yamhill
HOURS: Open year-round, Thurs-Monday, 10a-5p
Tabula Rasa Farms
Tabula Rasa Farms is located in Oregon wine country just minutes from downtown Carlton. Founded by artist turned farmer, Brenda Smola-Foti, it is dedicated to regenerative agriculture practices, maintaining a sustainable farm ecosystem where animals thrive, the land is enriched, and the community is welcome. Tabula Rasa Farms raises grass-fed, grass-finished beef, pastured pork and pasture-raised laying hens, naturally and respectfully. The property includes a farm stand featuring its flavorful, nutrient dense meats as well as locally made artisanal products and wines along with a Farmhouse vacation rental home and guided tours of the surrounding acreage. Visit our website for information on tours.
More info: 14820 NW Meadow Lake Rd. Carlton.
HOURS: Open year-round, hours change seasonally. For more information visit
Come join us at our farm for the most delicious U-pick or We-pick blueberries you have ever had. We are located 10 miles outside McMinnville, just off of Hwy 18, the perfect stop to or from the beach! Bring your kids and a picnic lunch, enjoy the beautiful outdoors! We offer a great bulk price, $20 for a 2-gallon bucket of blueberries.
More Info: 971-241-5560, 18935 SW Bellevue Hwy, McMinnville
Host: Georgia Bernards.
HOURS: July-Sept, Thur-Mon, 7a-5p
Wayward Winds Lavender
One of the largest lavender fields in Oregon invites you to visit. We offer lavender u-pick, plants, refreshments, handcrafted products, and classes. Relax with a lavender lemonade, soda, or sno-cone and enjoy the view and the buzzing bees. Shop the most extensive selection of lavender products available anywhere, including many you won’t find anywhere else. Explore our lavender maze and our lavender display garden with over 100 varieties on view. Check our website for our class schedule and more information.
More info: 503-449-3767, firstname.lastname@example.org, 17005 NE Courtney Rd., Newberg
HOURS: Open daily in July, 10a-5p, extended into Aug if the lavender allows, check our website to find out about extended days/hours
Wings and a Prayer Alpacas
Welcome to our farm!! Located in the middle of wine country, Wings and a Prayer Alpacas welcomes visitors wanting to experience alpacas and Great Pyrenees guardian dogs. Easy to find, we’re on the way to everywhere you want to be in the Willamette Valley. Established in 1998, we raise a herd of rare suri alpacas, specializing in quality and customer service. Alpacas are gentle animals, cousins to llamas, and are raised for their fiber. We also raise Great Pyrenees as herd guardians. On our farm you’ll find everything from alpacas and dogs to finished products in our store. And, new this year, you can enjoy Kat’s Dahlia Patch and various other flower varieties for your pleasure! Check out Kat’s Dahlia Patch while visiting our farm. Experience a hands-on adventure and learn about alpacas in our Alpacas 101 class or take a walk on our wooded acreage, leading your own alpaca, on an AlpacaTrek! Contact Randy or Barbara today to schedule your visit and enjoy our little slice of heaven – alpacas, flowers and dogs!
More Info: 503- 263-6944, 18100 S. Hwy 99W,
Amity, Hosts: Barbara and Randy Coleman.
HOURS: Year-round, 7 days a week: 10a-4p by appointment
Yamhill Vineyards Bed and Breakfast
Visitors must be a guest of Yamhill Vineyards Bed & Breakfast. Guests will be treated to a gourmet breakfast featuring grape juice from the vineyard, dessert in the evening, and a vineyard tour “Vineyard Practices—101” conducted by Ralph a viticulturist for over 36 years. Bird watching is a favorite among guests along with the fact that there are over 100 wineries and tasting rooms, distilleries, breweries and farm stands within minutes of the bed and breakfast.
More Info: 503-662-3840, 7950 NE Cooper Lane, Yamhill, Host: Sue Stein.
HOURS: Daily, 12-6p, Reservations required, closed Christmas