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Barn Owl Nursery Herb & Lavender Farm

Since 1982 we have offered a large variety of Oregon-grown lavender and culinary herb plants. Find nearly 100 different lavender varieties among the herbs and receive information on growing and using lavender. During the lavender season, June and July, see the lavenders in bloom, purchase fresh and dried bouquets, and learn how we harvest, dry and use our crop. We have a nice selection of lovely lavender products in our country gift shop. We specialize in the culinary and fragrant uses of lavender and offer our own line of teas, culinary lavender products and local treats. 

More Info: 503-638-0387, 22999 SW Newland Rd, Wilsonville. Hosts: Christine and Ed Mulder
HOURS: Open by appointment only: May 3 through July 29, Wed. through Sat, 11am to 4 pm, Closed Sun, Mon, Tues & Holidays.

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Bosky Dell Natives

A specialty nursery nestled in a magical natural setting at the foot of Pete’s Mountain. You will find more than 300 species of native northwest plants interspersed with whimsical art, historical treasures and natural features including rare red-legged frogs, water features and a lovinglyrestored creek. A favorite spot of school groups and natural plant enthusiasts. Whether you are gardening to attract birds, bees, butterflies or beneficial insects, for erosion control, or to create a natural area, the longer you linger at this nursery, the more interesting plants and stewardship ideas you will find. 

More Info: 503-638-5945, 23311 SW Bosky Dell Ln, West Linn. Host: Lory Duralia.
HOURS: Open year-round, Mon-Sat 9a-5p, Sun 12-5p

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Fiala Farms

A wide variety of fresh produce already picked for you. Corn, pole beans, beets, carrots, plums, prunes, tomatoes, peppers, squash, pumpkins, corn maze, gourds and more. U- pick dahlias, zinnias, sunflowers and marigolds. We host weddings and special events including farm dinners. In the fall, enjoy the corn maze and pumpkin patch. Close to Lake Oswego. A Century Farm since 1906 – our family has farmed here for generations. 

More Info: 971-777-3727, 21231 SW Johnson Rd, West Linn. Hosts: Richard, Anne, Doug and Wesley Fiala
HOURS: Open mid-July-Oct, Mon-Fri 10a-6p, Sat/Sun 10a-5p

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Frog Pond Farm

Come visit nearly 80 animals including camels, llamas, goats, pigs, sheep, donkeys, turtles & much more! Spring/Summer we are open weekends for farm visits & Llama treks. Fall season our farm transitions to our Fall Harvest/Pumpkin patch season including a Spooky Farm Walk in the evening. Followed by our Winter Festival with precut trees, Santa, farm store & extensive joyful holiday experiences. We look forward to your visit to Frog Pond Farm. 

More Info: 503-475-5997, 2995 SW Advance Rd, Wilsonville
HOURS: Open Oct through the week leading up to Christmas. Check website for hours.

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Graham & Tooze Farm Store

Graham & Tooze started as an idea, in a car, at a 4-way stop…specifically at the intersection of SW Graham’s Ferry Rd. and Tooze Rd. on a hot summer day in Sherwood, OR. This
4-acre farm is rooted in big-hearted hospitality and love for the community. We are nestled a stone’s throw from the cozy Villebois Neighborhood and are conveniently situated on a popular route to the Newberg/Dundee wineries. Over the last year, Graham & Tooze has established itself as the “friendly farm in your backyard.” Known for our famously delicious farm fresh eggs (that typically sell out daily) we serve the Wilsonville and Sherwood communities, providing access to locally grown + cultivated goods. Much like waiting for a chicken to lay an egg, we typically operate on a similar sporadic schedule. Our “grab n go” selection of goods is open 24/7 which includes our famous eggs and fresh cut firewood. 

More Info: 503-427-2086, 27875 SW Grahams Ferry Rd, Sherwood. Hosts: Annie Bany
HOURS: Year-round: Wednesday Noon – 5 PM; Thursday Noon – 5 PM; Friday Noon – 5 PM; Saturday 9 AM – 3 PM; Sunday 9 AM – 3 PM; (Closed Monday & Tuesday)

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Hartnell Farms

A fresh produce farm with lots of fabulous variety! U-pick or picked tomatoes: (more than 120 varieties from cherry to heirloom), pickling cucumbers, and pumpkins. Picked: strawberries, raspberries, black and blueberries, boysenberries, marionberries, apricots, peaches, pears, apples, beans (green, Romano, others) figs, plums, peppers (bell, gypsy, sweet red ruffled, gogosari, hot and more) eggplant (several varieties), basil, dill, pumpkins, fall decorations, a variety of herbs and more. 

More Info: 503-657-5498, 8481 SE Jannsen Rd, Clackamas. Hosts: Hartnell Family.
HOURS: Open May-Oct, Mon-Sat 9a-6p (closed Sun)

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Historic Kirchem Farm

Est 1890. A beautiful old farm, fronts on the Clackamas River and the Oregon Trail. In October the farm will be open WEEKENDS, large fields of Heirloom pumpkins, squash, gourds, Pepitas pumpkins on the vine (hulless seeds for roasting)! Weather permitting, there are Cowboys on horseback, Wagon rides, Old tractors on display, children’s hay maze, children’s play structure, large pastures! Grizzley Grill food cart, Stone Circle old fashioned cider and Hard cider, picnic tables. Please check website for updates. 

More Info: 503-539-8602,, 19723 S Bakers Ferry Rd, Oregon City. Hosted by Reg, Cher & David Tollefson.
HOURS: Weekends in Oct, Nov 24–26 Dec 2 &3 and 9 & 10 for Christmas trees.

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Lee Farms

We are a working 7 generation family run farm in Tualatin, Oregon since 1869! We offer delicious donuts/pies/baked goods from our in-house bakery, a country gift store, family friendly festivals including our Berry Festival (June), Sunflower Festival (Aug), Fall Harvest Festival (Sep/Oct) as well as Christmas trees on our farm. 

More Info: 503-638-1869, 21975 SW 65th Ave, Tualatin. Hosts: The Lee Family
HOURS: Feb-Dec 23, 9a-6p (depending on season/festival)

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Liepold Farms

Quality built on tradition. Liepold Farms is a certified organic, family-owned, multi-generational 350-acre farm in Boring, Oregon. Throughout springtime and summer, we have organic, local Oregon berries: strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, boysenberries, blackcaps, blackberries, and marionberries — available for purchase at our berry stand and local farmers markets. During the summer we host various family events. Our annual Sunflower Festival signals the close of our summer season. Our Fall Festival and Pumpkin Patch are a tradition for many families. Visitors can spend time enjoying our farm animals, corn maze, large pumpkin patch, pumpkin house, hayride, apple pult, scavenger hunt, and log climb, before taking home the perfect pumpkins and gourds. On Fall Festival weekends, we host a nighttime corn maze and you can reserve tickets for an Evening Firepit Smores Party. 

More Info: 503-663-5880, 14050 SE Richey Rd, Boring
HOURS: 7 days a week during farm experience times. Outside of festival experiences, ticketed events, and booked reservations, the farm grounds are not open to the public. Please call us at (503) 663-5880 or check for hours.

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Luscher Farm

The City of Lake Oswego’s Luscher Farm is the most intact historic farm in Clackamas County. On nearly 75 acres, it includes a Queen Anne-style farmhouse, a barn, a chicken coop, a bunkhouse and smaller outbuildings. The farm hosts classes, the Rogerson Clematis Collection, community gardens and a working farm that supports a Community
Supported Agricultural (CSA) program. Enjoy strolling the pathways, picnicking under the 100 year old beech tree and seeing firsthand a (silver certified) Backyard Bird Habitat. While you’re out, make sure to visit Lake Oswego’s Farmers Market, May–Oct at beautiful Millennium Plaza Park. 

More Info: and Located at 125 Rosemont Road. 
HOURS: Open daily dawn to dusk.

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Milwaukie Farmers Market

The area’s oldest Sunday Market! The Market begins its 25th season May 7 and features more than 100 different vendors and strives to showcase the bounty that Oregon & SW Washington have to offer. By supporting local farmers, ranchers, and artisan food producers you are supporting this great place we call home. Enjoy shopping for farm fresh produce, meats, cheeses, wine, sweets, plants, flowers, garden crafts, craft distilled spirits and so much more. You can do all this and enjoy lunch while listening to great live music in the Market, or check out a downtown Milwaukie restaurant. Follow us on Facebook to be in the know. Debit, SNAP, DUFB, WIC & Senior Checks accepted. 

More Info: 503-683-2130, Main Street at Harrison in downtown Milwaukie.
HOURS: Open May-Oct every Sun 9:30a-2p (with a special Thanksgiving Market Sun, Nov 19)

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Park Place Perennials

Park Place Perennials is a boutique lavender & flower farm in West Linn, Oregon. We specialize in growing fresh & dried lavender and flowers, produce small batch essential oils,
and create all-natural handcrafted products and gifts from our farm. Our farm is home to 2500 lavender plants, a small apiary of Honey Bees, and over five acres of perennial flowers, peonies and pollinator habitats. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook or shop our online farm store year-round on our website for shipping or farm pick-up options or visit us at the Portland Farmers Market in the PSU Park Blocks and at King Park as well as various pop-up events around town.

HOURS: Limited seasonal hours, please see website

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Pete’s Mountain Vineyard & Winery

Estate and locally-crafted wines served with distinction. The new wine tasting patio overlooks the estate’s Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris vineyards and the valley below with breathtaking views of Mount Hood and the Willamette River. The vineyard slopes dramatically from 650 to 450 feet in elevation, situating it in the prime range for pinot grape growing. Located just twenty minutes from downtown Portland and ten minutes from West Linn and Lake Oswego. Savor premium local wines in the cozy ambiance of the Northwest-inspired tasting barn. Expect an exceptional wine tasting experience. 

More Info: 503-656-2130, 28101 SW Pete’s Mountain Rd, West Linn. Hosts: Mike and Kristy Thayer.
HOURS: Open Sundays, 12-5:30p. Reservations can be made on our website

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Terra Vina Wines Vineyard

Beautiful valley views and delicious big red wines await you at Terra Vina Wines. Enjoy a flight in our open air Indoor Tasting Room overlooking the vineyard or outdoors either on our large Patio or in Adirondacks sprinkled throughout our vast lawn. Delicious seasonal dishes available for purchase from our on-site Food Truck. There are so many varietals to choose from, all crafted in small lots to showcase the purity of each varietal’s flavor and uniqueness of the terroir. Our Terra Vina label features wines from the finest vineyards of eastern Oregon and Washington, while our La Famiglia label features those grown in our estate vineyard. Plan a visit to experience what other great wines the Willamette
Valley has to offer! 

More Info: 503-925-0712, 33750 SW Ladd Hill Rd, Wilsonville. Hosts: Carole and Karl Dinger & Drew and Roxanne (Dinger) Stark
HOURS: Open May-Nov on select weekends or by appointment. Contact us or check website for exact dates and times.

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The Kitchen at Middleground Farms

All of your senses will be enriched from time spent at The Kitchen at Middleground Farms. From the beauty of the surrounding farm land, to the delicious tastes from The Kitchen, we delight in providing you with a transformative experience you will always remember. The Kitchen at Middleground Farms is a recreational cooking school located on a family hobby farm 20 minutes south of Portland, in Wilsonville. Our cooking classes explore fundamental skills in the kitchen and garden, as well as the lost arts of handcrafting and preserving. From honing your knife skills, to learning how to enhance your meals with seasonal sauces, we will guide you through the science behind food and why it behaves the way it does in different situations, making you more confident cooking in your own kitchen! 

More Info: 503-746-3030, website or email, to book your private event. 4651 SW Homesteader Rd, Wilsonville. Host: Chef Jessica Hansen.
HOURS: Days and times vary, check website.

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Tollen Farm

An eco-friendly little farm nestled in the heart of the Portland metro area. The farm has been in the family for over 4 decades. We breed and sell Mediterranean Miniature Donkeys. Our farm store features vintage items, home and garden decor, found objects, equine decor, gently used cowboy boots, antiques, and artwork. Come to our annual Donkey Birthday Party 3rd Saturday in May 1 to 4. Join a Thursday morning class for kids and adults with Autism during the summer months. Book our farm for a Birthday party or wine and cheese party. Please leave your canine at home. 

More info: 971-322-6931, 11681 S W Tooze Road, Wilsonville. Host Tonie Tollen.
HOURS: Open year-round by appointment daily, 10a to 3p

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Triskelee Farm

Schedule a guided educational farm tour that takes you to visit and feed our lovely animals like alpacas, ostriches, goats, pigs, peacocks, mini horses, and more! Better yet, make it a Tipsy Tour! We offer beer and wine. The name Triskelee is derived from the ancient Celtic symbol Triskele meaning things of threes, such as past, present, future. For us, it represents our three generations living on the farm. We are here to share where your food comes from. Because food doesn’t come from the store, it comes from a farmer! We are growing veggies, and raising animals for eggs, milk, fiber, and meat. Be sure to check out our farm store! See our website to book a tour! 

More Info: 503-741-9930, 29700 SW Mountain Rd, West Linn. Hosts: DJ, Nikii, Nana & Pa.
HOURS: We offer private and public tours by appointment only.

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South Clackamas Farm Loop

PO Box 9444

Brooks, OR 97305

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Farm Etiquette

1. Check farm’s website and/or call ahead: farms are subject to last-minute issues and could be closed to visitors.

2. Read and obey signs.

3. Supervise children.

4. Stay out of buildings and off equipment.

5. Be careful not to step on crops in field.

6. Friendly dogs on leash allowed on some farms. Ask before taking pets from car.

7. Enter at your own risk. Farms have limited liability.