A POCKET TRIP …
SAVORING THE OREGON FARM LIFE IN WILSONVILLE, OREGON
Venture out into the charming farmlands and vineyards of Wilsonville, where you’ll find an abundance of fresh-picked produce, exceptional wines, belly laughs and conversations around a shared table with new friends.
The Farmlandia Farm Loop winds visitors through a cluster of 17 farmstands, lavender fields, vineyards, gardens and bakeries. From cooking classes to dining events to u-pick flowers, the Farmlandia Loop is pastoral bliss for those who crave a fresh-from-the-field experience.
For delicious local food and a lively community vibe, check out Our Table Co-Op. The cooperative helps create a resilient local food culture through a neighborhood grocery store, thriving CSA and monthly brunches and dinners featuring food from local farms and ranches. For do-it-yourself types, sign up for Adult Farm Camp, where you’ll learn how to grow wholesome food in your own backyard.
Score more locally grown goodness at the Wilsonville Farmers Market. Every Thursday evening in the summer, over 45 farmers and vendors gather for fresh food, live music and nightly cooking demonstrations.
For farmside dining events, look no further than a few miles down the road. Check out Summer Sundays at Lady Hill Winery for an evening of local northwest cuisine, live opera and wine tasting under the picture-perfect skies of St. Paul.
St. Josef’s Winery, one of Oregon’s wine pioneers, also has dining and tasting events scattered throughout the year. From paella to pok pok to locally-crafted cheese and wine pairings, this Canby gem knows how to thrill the palate. For those who delight in the nuances of a curated six-course meal, don’t miss a Dinner in the Field event at St. Josef’s. The seasonal dinner celebrates Oregon’s harvest as diners gather around communal tables for dishes created from the bounty of nearby farms and ranches. Each course is expertly paired with wines from St. Josef’s vineyards.
For a delightful mix of food and history, head to the French Prairie Farm Feast. Held every August at the Newell House Museum in the Champoeg State Heritage Area, the event is a celebration of local food grown in the French Prairie and luscious Oregon wines.
While exploring the agri-magic of the French Prairie, pay a visit to the French Prairie Gardens in St. Paul. The fully operational family farm includes a scratch bakery, garden center, and acres of fruit orchards, berry fields and vegetable gardens. Almost every item sold in their market comes straight from the farm.
Have questions about the best places to enjoy farm-fresh food in Wilsonville? Contact us and we’ll point you in the right direction.