06/17/2019 (Updated: 05/11/2023) | Animals, U-Pick

Farm Loops Guide You To The Source Of Local Things To Love

Mt. Hood Territory is bursting with amazing farms offering soul-nourishing experiences, and we are very proud of that. We aren't exaggerating when we categorize it as "bursting" since two of the four official Oregon Farm Loops are located within The Territory. These loops are ideal guides to farms you might normally miss, but are actually closer than you think to places you already know and love. From wines to chocolate to cheese to animals to u-pick produce, there is something wonderful waiting for you on the farm. 

South Clackamas Farm Loop

The South Clackamas Farm Loop features nearly two dozen stops around Canby and Molalla.

Alpacas at Marquam Hill Ranch - Farm with over 70 of the sweetest alpacas around. Crias (babies) are born every July-November and farm tours to meet these sweet friends are available year-round. 

Campfire Farm -  A family farm located in Mulino, Oregon raising heritage breed pigs and Peking ducks on pasture.

Christopher Bridge Wines - LIVE certified with 100% estate grown fruit for their European style wines. 

Clarkes General Store and Eatery - Offering lunch, as well as grab-and-go eats to take for a picnic at one of the neighboring farms. 

Forest Edge Vineyard - Vineyard sits at, you guessed it, a forest's edge, in the Cascade foothills and practices the principles of permaculture. 

Hopkins Demonstration Forest - Privately owned forest open to the public for exploration, tours, educational programs and workshops. Come for a peaceful stroll in the forest without ever being too far from necessities.  

King's Raven Winery - Pairs wonderful wines with year-round events like yoga and movie nights in the vineyard.

Lady Lane Farm - Stop by and pick up fresh dairy products made daily in their on-farm creamery. Visit friendly farm animals and meet the people behind your family's food. They also offer daily farm tours.

Martson Farm Highland Cattle, Inc - A local, family farm providing the Portland area with a healthier, leaner beef variety. Open by appointment.

MoonRidge Farms - A farm growing organic cherries, blueberries, potatoes, greens, peppers, tomatoes and more. Walking trails, labyrinth, picnic areas - eggs and honey too. 

Morning Shade Farm and Nursery - U-pick berries, fruit, veggies and even pumpkins in season in a peaceful country setting. 

Pacific Hazelnut Candy Factory - Numerous chocolate treats to sample and purchase for yourself or as a gift. Factory tours available.

Puddin' River Chocolates - Become besties with the warm and inviting owner who makes delicious chocolate treats to enjoy for every occasion. 

Swan Island Dahlia Farm - Largest dahlia grower in the United States. Offers flower bulbs for purchase online and an annual festival at the end of summer with a stellar gift shop (plus the fields are open to visitors all August and September). 

TK Orchards - U-pick and picked peaches and nectarines. Season: July and August.

TMK Creamery - Makes truly unique single-cow cheeses with the help of its adorably happy cows called "cowlebrities." Tasting room open Saturdays complete with farm tours. Yum! 

Union Mills Feed - A working feed mill and retail store manufacturing their own brand of feed daily. They carry a large inventory of farm supplies.

Farmlandia Farm Loop

The Farmlandia Farm Loop features stops in the southeast part of Mt. Hood Territory near Wilsonville. 

Barn Owl Nursery Herb & Lavender Farm - In bloom June and July with nearly 100 different varieties of Oregon grown lavender and culinary herb plants.

Bosky Dell Natives - A specialty nursery with native Pacific Northwest plants intermixed with garden treasures, unique animals, whimsical art and a restored creek.

Fiala Farms - Pre-picked produce or u-pick flowers with special events like farm dinners, pumpkin patch and wedding venue. 

Frog Pond Farm - Open during the fall and winter with a pumpkin patch and Christmas tree sales, plus friendly animals to meet!

Graham & Tooze Farm Store - Known for famously delicious farm fresh eggs (that typically sell out daily) they provide access to locally grown + cultivated goods. 

Hartnell Farms - Fresh u-pick produce or pre-picked, with more than 120 varieties of tomatoes, including a plethora of hard to find options. Visit in the fall for pumpkin season. 

Historic Kirchem Farm - A beautiful old farm, fronts on the Clackamas River and the Oregon Trail. Open in October.

Liepold Farms - Liepold Farms is a certified organic, family-owned, multi-generational 350-acre farm in Boring, Oregon. Hosts various family events throughout the year.

Luscher Farm - The most intact historic farm in the county featuring a community garden, classes and the Rogerson Clematis Collection of more clematis varieties than you knew existed! 

Milwaukie Farmers Market - A seasonal large market showcasing over 100 different vendors of everything from meats and cheese to wine and plants. 

Park Place Perennials - A boutique lavender and flower farm in West Linn specializing in growing fresh and dried lavender and flowers, produce small batch essential oils,

Pete's Mountain Vineyard & Winery - Breathtaking views of Mt. Hood pair well with their delicious wine varietals and fabulous events.

Terra Vina Wines - Big red wines from estate grown fruit and a beautiful view of Mt. Hood to boot. 

The Kitchen at Middleground Farms - A recreational cooking school located on a small farm, teaching fundamental skills in the kitchen and garden. Sign up for a cooking class and savor the local bounty.

Tollen Farm - Home to the the sweetest farm animals (like miniature donkeys!), and shop filled to the brim with quirky and unique home and garden decor and farm fresh goods to purchase. 

Triskelee Farm - The newest farm to the area offering tours to meet with what feels like endless cute animals. Goats, pigs, horses, chickens, bunnies, alpacas and even ostriches!

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