Best Things to do in the Willamette Valley

If you love to travel and take your RV on new adventures the Oregon Willamette Valley is a perfect destination for all travel types.

There is a little bit of everything right here in Phoenix RV Parks backyard.

Of course there is the award winning vineyards that produce some of the worlds best Pinot Gris, Riesling and Pinot, but there are more than grapes here.

Whether you want to explore organic livestock farms, restaurants whose chefs source fresh local ingredients, your travel adventure awaits.

Here are some of the best things to do in the Oregon Willamette Valley.

The Oregon Garden

The Oregon Garden, opened in 1999, and it spans over 80 acres and contains 20 specialty gardens. A trip here is for the entire family or lovers looking to rekindle some romance. There are waterfalls, fountains, ponds, a tree farm, tram tours, even a summer concert series plus the famous Gordon House, which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

Sokol Blosser Winery

Oregon is known for spectacular wines, especially the Sokol Blosser winery. They craft wines of complexity from their 85-acre estate vineyard in the Dundee Hills. It was founded in 1971 and it is widely known as one of the pioneering wineries of Oregon. This family run winery emphasizes good to the earth policies in every phase of thier business. The Tasting Room is open daily from 10am-4pm.

Wildcat Creek Bridge

For a more relaxing afternoon, head out into nature and explore the Wildcat Covered Bridge. It crosses Wildcat Creek near its confluence with the Siuslaw River. It spans over 70 feet. The nearby Austa boat ramp provides access to the Siuslaw River for local fishermen. To get there you can take Oregon 126 west from Eugene and turn off at Whitaker Creek/Clay Creek Recreation.

McKenzie Pass Scenic Bikeway

Oregonians love to cycle, whether you are passing through or an Oregon native scenic bikeways are a perfect way to enjoy Oregon. Pack your bike, and head to the McKenzie Pass Scenic Bikeway. This path is open all summer, and in the spring it’s only open to cyclists. You’ll pedal through strikingly different forests on the east and west sides of the Cascades, hot springs, and a lava-rock moonscape at the top, a very rewarding ride. After you are peddled out you can relax in your RV at the Phoenix RV park.

Whether you are just looking for a Willamette Valley rv park, a weekend trip or you are traveling across country, Phoenix RV park is a perfect destination to help you explore beautiful Oregon.