2023 South Clackamas Farm Loop Members
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Alpacas at Marquam Hill Ranch
Experience the curious personalities of our 70+ alpaca herd. Crias (babies) are born August-October. Our ranch store carries a variety of alpaca clothing, yarns, rugs, etc. all made from alpaca fiber. Visitors are welcome to visit the farm and store daily during open hours. Fee for an hour+ organized tour. Private group tours by prior appointment preferred. Check online for classes.
More info: 503-407-3699, 35835 S. Hwy 213, Molalla Hosts: Bill and Jennifer Cameron.
HOURS: January: closed, February open weekends, March-December open daily 10-4pm, closed on major holidays
Campfire Farms is a regenerative pastured pork and poultry farm in Mulino. Our mission is to raise happy animals, to offset our carbon footprint by caring for our soils, and produce the highest quality,
best tasting product possible for you and your family. We raise heritage breed hogs, chickens, laying hens, and Pekin ducks and would love to take a walk around our fields and talk about our practices with you. We are a working livestock farm on a dirt road, so please wear shoes that can get dirty! You can purchase our meat on farm, on our website and at the Oregon City and Milwaukie Farmer’s Markets.
More info: 503-908-4647, 18232 S. Valley Vista Rd, Mulino. Host: Christina Menchini
HOURS: Open Saturdays 10-2 year round by appointment. Farm tour reservations
can be made on our website.
Christopher Bridge Wines
Our timber-framed tasting room offers uniquely styled wines crafted in the tradition of European family estates since 2001. This 80-acre farm is LIVE certified with 100% Estate-grown fruit. Wines served: Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Ehrenfelser, Muscat, Kerner, Sauvignon Blanc, Blaufraenkisch, Zweigelt, and Rosé. Valley vistas and Special Events (check website).
More info: 503-263-6267, 12770 S. Casto Rd, Oregon City. Hosts: Winemaker/Vigneron Chris and Susanne
HOURS: Open year-round Fri 2-5p, Sat and Sun 12-5p
Clarkes General Store and Eatery
Our historic building est. 1925 is a hub of activity and a welcoming place to gather and enjoy a bite to eat with friends in the midst of farm county. Picnic lunches to take with you or dine in on local’s favorite pizza, burgers, salads and sandwiches. Serving lunch and dinner.
More info: 503-632-8337, 25760 S. Beavercreek Rd, Beavercreek. Hosts: Scott and Tammy Lundervold
HOURS: Monday–Sunday 8a–8p (Eatery opens at 11a)
Forest Edge Vineyard
Visit our vineyard and winery situated on the forest’s edge in the Cascade foothills. We farm using the principles of permaculture – which hold that the edges of the forest have a particular richness of resources. Taste our handcrafted, estate-grown and produced Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Leon Millot, Rosé, sparkling and dessert wines. Bring a picnic and stay a while!
More info: 503-632-WINE (9463), 15640 South Spangler Rd, Oregon City. Hosts: Ron Webb and Jan Wallinder
Hours: May–Dec, Sat–Sun 12–5; Dec–May, Sun 12–5 and by appointment.
Hopkins Demonstration Forest
Hopkins Demonstration Forest is a 140-acre privately-owned forest open to the public for self-guided exploration, tours, workshops, and education programs. Five miles of trails crisscross our woodland, connecting you with a variety of habitats and forestry demonstrations. Enjoy a peaceful walk on our Watershed Interpretive Trail to see how we manage the riparian area to protect water quality in Little Buckner Creek. Families and groups enjoy the Cedar Grove Picnic Shelter, while Scouts and schools like to meet in our amphitheater. Come see the renovated Clatskanie Mountain Fire Lookout Tower and the historic Molalla Log House. Classes offered and event venue available to rent. There’s something for everyone and something different in every season at Hopkins Demonstration Forest where learning and growing go hand in hand. Property maps are available at the information kiosk near our main parking area.
More info: 503-632-2150, 16750 S. Brockway Rd, Oregon City.
HOURS: Open daylight hours, 7 days a week
King’s Raven Winery
Come enjoy our magnificent view and try something different in Oregon wine! Visit our tasting room
and savor our hand-crafted, estate vineyard wines. Sample Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Leon Millot, Phoenix, Marechal Foch. Check our website for special events. The perfect location for special events.
More info: 503-656-6439, 11603 S. New Era Rd, Oregon City. Hosts: Ingram, Walton families.
HOURS: Tasting room is open Fri, Sat, Sun year-round from 12-5p
Lady Lane Farm
We are a small family owned and operated dairy located in Mulino, Oregon. Stop by and pick up fresh dairy products made daily in our on-farm creamery, visit our friendly farm animals and meet the people behind your family’s food. We also offer farm tours daily.
More info: 503-805-4411, 13025 S. Mulino Rd. Mulino
HOURS: Open year round. Hours may vary by season.
Martson Farm Highland Cattle, Inc.
We raise the largest herd of Scottish Highland Cattle in Oregon in the same manner which they evolved over the centuries in Scotland. They graze on grass and brush in pastures and wooded hillsides. Visitors will see our spring calving herd and during the summer and fall, our bulls and calves – which are not only cute, but cavort with one another. We also sell our amazingly tender, flavorful and nutritious grass fed and grass finished Highland beef on the farm. Tours are by appointment only and vaccination against Covid is required of all who come onto the farm.
More info: 503-799-5743, 14388 Bagby Rd, Molalla. Hosts: Rick Martson.
HOURS: Tours by appointment only
Certified organic blueberries, Yacon, and lavender. Enjoy our 40 acre forest and farmland, with walking trails, picnic space, and a labyrinth. We offer U-pick or We-pick blueberries and lavender as well as seasonal produce. Yacon products: plants, tubers, tea, and syrup. Lavender products: essential oils, hydrosol, culinary products, and personal care products. This unique farm experience has a focus on healing food, plants and products.
More info: 503-632-0462, 25113 S. Ridge Rd, Beavercreek, Hosts: Lauren Hartmann and Ted Bancroft.
HOURS: Open most weekends from July-Aug
Morning Shade Farm and Nursery
Come visit our peaceful country setting. Use our buckets or your own containers to pick blueberries, currants, raspberries, boysenberries, blackberries, elderberries, pears, apples, plums, hardy kiwis, and vegetables, or buy blueberries picked to order, blueberry juice, and other daily picked produce and honey. There are picnic tables to enjoy a lunch or snack and restrooms. We minimize our use of chemicals, using natural, non-synthetic insecticides only when needed.
More info: 503-651-2622, 8345 S. Barnards Rd, Canby, Hosts: Jim Geiselman and Kasi Beale.
HOURS: Check website or call 503-651-2622 for daily crop updates
Puddin’ River Chocolates
Stop in and savor our irresistibly unique confections, chocolates and cheese fondue. Our team, led by Owner and Chief Chocolatier Teresa Sasse, never rests. It’s that look on each customer’s face, a look of overwhelming delight, a stunning ‘WOW!’ factor, that drives the talented staff at Puddin’ River. Teresa uses family recipes unlike any others and produces elegant European-style chocolates.
For more info: 503-263-2626, 1438 S Ivy St, Canby. Host: Teresa Sasse.
HOURS: Hours may vary by season
In late April to late June the avid gardener can choose the finest geraniums, magnificent hanging baskets
and assorted vegetables and bedding plants.
More Info: 503-516-9752, www.facebook.com/Stoller-Farms. 14682 S. Herman Rd. Hosts: Linda, Marvin Stoller and Eden Taylor.
HOURS: Open seasonally, Mon-Sat: 9 a-5p, Sun: 10a-3p, See Facebook for special events and schedule.
Pastured-raised sheep, lamb, chickens, and eggs (chicken and duck). If you are ready for a taste bud treat–try grass fed, locally produced, USDA-certified lamb (30+ cuts), raised with sustainable practices–your mouth will thank you! The finest wool products (yarn, sheepskins felt, blankets, fleeces and more) are available. We welcome visitors when we are home, please call first. We can also be found at two farmers markets weekly: Portland Farmers Market/PSU and Milwaukie Farmers Market.
More Info: 971-219-3884, 32285 S. Kropf Road, Canby. Hosts: Dan and Susie Wilson.
HOURS: Open year-round but please call first. Farm tours by appt.
Swan Island Dahlia Farm
The largest dahlia grower in the United States offering over 370 varieties of dahlias. View these beauties in bloom Aug– Sept each year. Gift shop open year-round featuring jewelry, greeting cards, unique local handmade gifts, soaps, gardening supplies, and many other treasures. For three generations we have been committed to bringing you the highest quality dahlias! Fresh cut dahlias available late July-Sept. Follow us on social media for summer events. Order dahlia tubers for spring delivery. Buses and group tours welcome.
More Info: (800) 410-6540, 995 NW 22nd Avenue, Canby. Hosts: The Gitts Family.
HOURS: Office and gift shop open year-round, off season hours: Oct – July, Mon-Fri 9a-4:30p; Fields Open Aug-Sept: Wed-Sun 9a-5:30p, CLOSED Mon & Tues.
U-Pick and Picked Peaches and Nectarines, many varieties ripening constantly throughout our season. Beautiful orchard, very family friendly, trees are kept low so no ladders are needed. Come taste these tree ripened peaches, pick your own right off the tree or enjoy our prepicked flats that are picked fresh every morning. Please use Facebook or call 503-678-5227 to make sure we are open or to reserve flats.
More Info: 503-678-5227, 23513 Boones Ferry Rd NE, Aurora. Hosts: Tanner Koenig.
HOURS: July and August, Monday to Friday 8-6, Saturdays 8-5, Closed Sundays
Come to TMK Creamery to see firsthand how cheese is made! Take a tour of the entire dairy and meet the Cowlebrities and Junior Cowlebrities. See where they live, milk, eat and watch how our cheese is made right on the farm. Purchase incredible cheese and ice cream at the farm store… from the cows you just met! TMK Farm is a small family farm that continues to add new and fun products, including tasty favorites from our TMK foodtruck. You don’t want to miss the chance to pick up TMK “Cowcohol,” (up-cycled whey vodka), and be sure to make TMK a regular stop in 2022. TMK Creamery is building an on-site distillery planned for April, so that you can see Cowcohol being made. Special events and activities are held monthly.
More info: 503-683-3397, 227221 S Dryland Road, Canby. Hosts: Todd & Tessa Koch.
HOURS: Open year-round, Friday 4-7p, Saturday and Sunday 10a-3p
Union Mills Feed
A working feed mill and retail store. We manufacture our own brand of feed daily. We carry a large inventory of farm supplies, horse tack, pet food, pet supplies, wood pellets, hay and straw. Take
your family 140+ years back in time to the late 19th century in our family owned (6th generation) mill. Oregon had only been a state for 18 years when our business began in 1877. Learn about our history from the books, pictures, and the stories we tell.
More Info: 503-829-2386, 14822 S Union Mills Rd, Mulino.
HOURS: Mon-Fri 8a-6p, Sat 8a-5p , closed Sundays
Willamette Valley Melon Company
We are a third-generation family farm, growing fresh food for our community and connecting families to agriculture through community events. You can find an abundance of our farm fresh produce at our self-serve roadside stands. To keep prices low, we use an honor system pay box at each stand. We accept cash, Venmo, checks and WIC/FDNP coupons. We are open from June – November. Follow us on social media for current produce availability and locations. We are passionate about education and community involvement and welcome schools and groups to tour the farm on weekdays. On weekends in the fall, join us for interactive opportunities for the whole family including equestrian events, pumpkin patch, and festivals. WVM Company loves any excuse to have a good time! Visit our website and follow us on social media for stand sites, produce availability, event dates and details!
More Info: 503-651-3302, 332300 S Dryland Rd, Molalla. Hosts: The Lucht Family.
HOURS: Farm stand open May – November; Roadside stands open July – October. Monday – Friday, 8am – 4pm
Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm and Vineyard
Join us for our annual Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival from March through May to experience the vibrant color and beauty of our tulips. With about 40 acres of blooming flowers, activities and local food and craft vendors, there is enough to keep the whole family happy. Visit us year-round for our Gift Shop filled with unique items, our full spectrum hemp oil products form Red Barn Hemp, and our estate grown wines for Wine Tasting all of which will be available at the Tulip Festival.
More Info: 503-634-2243, 22814 S. Meridian Rd, Woodburn.
HOURS: Open daily during Tulip Festival and in October; Year-round: Open Wed-Sat
- Call farm or check farm website before a visit to confirm the day’s schedule
- Read and obey signs
- Supervise children
- Ask before taking pets out of car
- Stay out of buildings and off equipment
- Be careful not to step on crops
- Enter at your own risk
South Clackamas Farm Loop
P.O. Box 9444, Brooks, OR 97035