Check business hours during the forecasted hot summer temps before visiting. Some businesses close early.
Thousands of yellow, red, purple and orange tulips flood the field with color at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival in Woodburn.


Spring is a truly magical time in Mt. Hood Territory. Come enjoy the world waking back up after its winter nap. 

Fun And Flowers Bloom

Spring in Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory is a visual masterpiece with beautiful flowers blooming in every color imaginable. It’s an agricultural wonderland growing in our own backyard. Farms satiate the senses with delicious fruits and vegetables and friendly, furry animals just begging for your attention.

Oregon Wine Month

Here in the east Willamette Valley, our seemingly endless rows of vineyards will soon produce grapes that become award winning wines. With such amazing vino, it’s no wonder Wine Enthusiast Magazine honored Willamette Valley as its 2016 Wine Region of the Year. You can experience Oregon Wine Month in May, or tour the Mt. Hood Territory Wine Trail any time.

Take To The Water

The same water that enriches our soil to produce such bounty also plays a major role in providing recreational activities on our rushing rivers and reflective lakes, including flatwater kayaking to the second largest waterfall by volume in the U.S., downriver stand-up paddleboarding and the closest whitewater rafting to the Portland International Airport and downtown Portland.

You’ll be delighted at every turn and ready to recharge at a convenient vacation rental near all the action.

Fun On The Farm

There's nothing cuter than baby animals. And our farms have a whole lot of cute happening this time of year. From baby donkeys to alpacas, our farms are filled with all sorts of spritely creatures just waiting for you to visit and become friends. 

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Six helmeted whitewater rafters and their guide lift their paddles as their blue raft floats through the river's ripples.
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