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mid willamette valley
mid willamette valley

The mid-Willamette Valley contains a little of everything that makes the region so special. Want to hike to (or behind) breathtaking waterfalls? Pick your own peaches and berries? Sample award-winning craft beers and spirits, right from the source? Pedal the area’s backroads and byways? Shop ’till you drop in bustling downtown districts? You can do it all in the mid-Willamette Valley—and so much more.

As the saying goes, “farm fresh is best,” and produce doesn’t get any fresher than in the Mid Valley. For those who delight in culinary adventure, taste, touch, smell and see where only the finest produce, locally raised meats, specially crafted spirits and award-winning varietals are grown. Dine along the Mid-Willamette Valley Food Trail and pass through sustainable, bountiful land curated by trailblazing spirits on historic farms.


Plan your next epic adventure around the Benton County region with this map that is positively covered in ideas, tips, suggestions, and good-to-know information you’ll need.


The heart of the Willamette Valley is also the heart of the region’s outdoor recreation. Here you’ll find waterfalls (10 of them, to be exact, at Silver Fall State Park’s Trail of Ten Falls), expansive mountain lakes (including Detroit Lake, where boaters and anglers spend their summers), and the bustling Willamette River (home of the 187-mile-long Willamette Water Trail).


Find out what is coming up in and around the Willamette Valley.


Your adventure begins with the official Willamette Valley Travel Guide. Request your complimentary printed guide or download a digital guide today.

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