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01/04/2023 (Updated: 08/14/2023) | Events, Farms & Wineries, Featured on Homepage, Flowers & Nurseries

Dahlia Festival Primed To Amaze

Mt. Hood Territory is home to the largest display of dahlias put on by one grower in the entire country.

You could say Swan Island Dahlias in Canby is kind of a big deal when it comes to their chosen flower. The grower has been in operation for more than 90 years, and in addition to putting on the massive Dahlia Festival, they ship cut flowers and tubers worldwide. 

Check out other stops on the Canby Farm Loop
Girl and cow at TMK Creamery

You could easily make a weekend of the visit, touring several other great farm attractions around town with the Canby Farm Loop. And treat yourself to some homemade and handcrafted sweets at Puddin' River Chocolates while you're at it!

Wander around downtown Canby
Crossing the street in Downtown Canby

In downtown Canby, kids will love Bricks and Minifigs, where they specialize in everything Lego, while grownups will want to visit Dahlia Home and Garden, which offers a curated selection of local goods and gifts. And everyone will love the Canby Book Nook. Did the dahlias inspire you to try capture their beauty on canvas? Then visit Art-O-Maddic where you'll find all the supplies, not to mention inspiration, you could ever hope to acquire. There are plenty of nearby lodging options to round out your flower frolicking getaway. 

Stop along the Wine Trail
St. Josef's Winery Cyclists Toasting

If you're a wine lover, Canby has some top-notch producers, including St. Josef's Winery and Whiskey Hill Winery

Take a ride on the Canby Ferry
Canby Ferry Crossing Willamette River

And of course no trip to Canby is complete without a ride on the historic Canby Ferry, one of the last ferries operating on the Willamette River. 

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