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Adventure Center/Visitor Information: 3312 Gateway St · Springfield OR (Open daily 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.)
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Food Trail Cornmaze with logo by Joni Kabana
Corn Maze|Detering Orchards, Oregonphoto: Joni Kabana

Taste the South Willamette Valley

Explore over 50 destinations offering unique culinary and agritourism experiences in the South Willamette Valley.

All the stops along the South Willamette Valley Food Trail are committed to thoughtful and sustainable practices. Here are some of the amazing things you can expect: 

  • Farm-to-table restaurants, artisan products and on-farm experiences that highlight local foods
  • Hip, rustic and forward-thinking restaurants, bakeries and cafés serving 33% or more local ingredients on menu items 
  • Places to stay with unique experiences such as farm tours, tastings, dinners or animal viewing

Download the entire South Willamette Valley Food Trail guide online or pick up the brochure at Eugene, Cascades & Coast Visitor Information Centers and participating businesses.

South Willamette Valley Food Trail Map

Go out and explore the incredible bounty of the Willamette Valley. Visit South Willamette Valley Food Trail stops throughout Oregon's agricultural heartland using this interactive map. 

Food Trail Trip Ideas

Experience world-class wines, wild fields and foods and family friendly farms along the South Willamette Valley Food Trail. We've hand-picked some of our favorite trip ideas below to get you started.

Travel Tips

Because open hours can vary, please confirm seasonal hours of operation with each business when planning your visit. While traveling through rural areas, you may encounter livestock, wild animals, harvest equipment and cyclists. Be mindful to share the road and enjoy the slower pace of rural life.

The working farms along this trail provide unique and engaging experiences. Please be respectful when visiting, and be cautious around farm animals and equipment. Children must be supervised at all times and you should be prepared to follow all site-specific rules. For your safety and comfort wear appropriate footwear and bring sun protection and water. 

When to visit 

High season is typically May - November, but many locations on this trail are open year-round. 

Book a Guided Tour

Interested in a professionally-guided farm, food or beverage tour? The following operators offer tours to select trail stops and can build custom itineraries. 

America’s Hub World Tours is a professional service company possessing extensive local knowledge, expertise and resources, specializing in… More Info
Best Oregon Tours is dedicated to sharing the best our beautiful state has to offer. Create a customized trip around Eugene, the Coast or… More Info
Ride in style and comfort in one of their 16 or 20 passenger limo style party buses or the eight passenger limousine. They can take your… More Info

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Spotlight

Locally Grown Guide by Willamette Farm and Food Coalition