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Tours & Tastings
Oregon’s wineries and vineyards are known for being one of the premier Pinot Noir–producing areas in the world, but that's not all. Oregon is also known for producing award-winning Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Sauvignon varietals.More
Hotels & Resorts
A full range of lodging options are available to you in Willamette Valley. From ultra-modern hotels located in downtown Portland, to a luxury resort in McMinnville, to several high-end inns and delightful B&Bs located throughout the region.More
Bars & Restaurants
Many small towns scattered about Willamette Valley offer an amazing culinary scene, allowing to dine the best of American, French, Italian and Asian cuisines.More
Transportation & Tour Companies
Leave the driving to someone else by hiring a car and driver, or hop on a wine country tour shuttle, allowing you to soak in the full Willamette Valley wine country views. Due to the vast area, do expect lengthy delays with ride hailing apps.More
Activities & Entertainment
Take some time out of your itinerary to spend some time at the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum to checkout Howard Hughes' “Spruce Goose". Or go for a bike tasting tour that offers you sweeping views of Willamette Valley.More
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Willamette Valley's seasons
Know what the best season is to visit Willamette Valley and what to wear.
During the winter months, expect temperatures to be in the low 30's to the high 40's towards the end of February. Expect rain showers from time to time.
Spring brings warm temperatures ranging from the high 30's to the high 60's as you reach early May.
Summer is high season as it provides temps in the mid-70's to the mid-80s, allowing you to enjoy the great outdoors in shorts and a t-shirt. Get out and enjoy a day at the beach, a hike in the vineyards or bike ride.
As the coastal fog comes in, the temps drop. Expect an average day to be mostly cloudy with temps in the high 60s to low 40s at times.
Willamette Valley's travel tips
Traveling to Willamette Valley
- If you are flying commercially, you'll want to search for flights into Portland International Airport (PDX), while McMinnville's municipal airport (MMV) provides ideal support for the general aviation traveller.
- If you are already in the local area, there's a few different transportation companies that can get you around from popular ride sharing apps. Private shuttles can be hired to get you to and from the airport and on your daily excursions.
- Unfortunately there are no public options available to travel to the region. You'll need to view the private transportation options.
About Willamette Valley
With the Willamette Valley region being so vast, we recommend that you plan on spending at least 3 days to get a full taste of what all the different AVAs have to offer. Or relax and get fully immersed into one area and enjoy it to the fullest.
With close proximity to downtown Portland, we recommend that you tack on at least a half day (full day in the summer) to your visit as it offers a bustling coffee, craft brew and micro-distillery scene."