When you think farms, shopping might not be the first thing that comes to mind. But the farms around Estacada have curated some elegant collections and natural products for you to enjoy! Wade Creek Vintage Marketplace sits on an old farm plot, and they’ve turned the farmhouse and outbuildings into a vintage lover’s paradise. With over 20 vendors selling antique finds and handmade goods, you’ll enjoy perusing the grounds. It still keeps its farmhouse flair! They also sell fresh eggs seasonally, and host the Estacada Farmers' Market during summer months.
If you’re wishing that your home had some classic farm charm, Peacock Ridge Farm has a curated collection of French vintage farmhouse-style décor. The owner has an interior design blog to help you achieve your farmhouse dreams. For more inspiration, visit Laurel Hedge, where you can stroll through their beautiful gardens, then shop their store for home décor and garden decorations. They also offer workshops throughout the year, so you can make your garden dreams a reality.
Finally, visit Hillockburn Farm for out-of-this-world natural body care products at their picture-perfect farm. You’ll feel instantly relaxed by the sights and smells of their bright and modern farm shop space. Stock up on body care products, plus home décor and a newly expanded kids’ section. And watch out for their on-farm workshops, from abstract painting to yoga.
Stroll through the quaint streets of downtown Estacada, enjoying public art, dining and more great shopping options! Can’t get enough of local art? The Spiral Gallery is a cooperative artist gallery, meaning there are a variety of different local makers featured, and the person working at the counter will always be one of the artists. It’s a great opportunity to find unique art pieces, connect with local artists and learn about their processes and inspiration.
Artist Julie Cooper Designs creates unique handmade jewelry. You’ll find her pieces at the Spiral Gallery, as well as next door at Lennox Jai Boutique, with a collection of casual chic women’s and children’s clothing and accessories.
If you're looking to outfit your next adventure, Clackamas River Outfitters' downtown shop includes a retail space that sells gear, accessories and locally made leather goods in addition to kayaks and paddleboards.
For shopping that the whole family will enjoy, take a trip to The Mossy Rock, a nature shop with a local twist. In addition to a rock/crystal selection and locally made gifts, they also have lots of ways to help you connect with the world around you, from guides on flora and fauna for your next family hike to birdhouses and feeders to bring wildlife to your home. And if flora is what you're looking for, Country Blooms & Co. Floral Boutique has not only floral bouquets, but also sells handmade gifts and decor.