Local Activities near Inavale Farm

The following is a list of local activities or ideas while you are here.
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Short Trips | Wineries | Micro breweries | Golf |

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Short Trips

Several ideas for short trips:

Visit CorvallisCity of Corvallis visitors web site with information about hotels, activities maps, and more

Alsea FallsThe recreation area has picnic facilities, hiking trails, an outstanding view of Alsea Falls, drinking water, comfort stations and campgrounds. The Alsea Falls Recreation Site was built by the Bureau of Land Management’s Salem District.
Corvallis – Albany Farmers Market
— Saturdays in Corvallis along the waterfront
Mary’s Peak
16 miles west of Corvallis, Mary’s Peak, at 4,097 feet, is the highest point in Oregon’s Coast Range and the most prominent peak viewed westward from Corvallis. On a clear day one can see both the Pacific Ocean to the west and many of the Cascade peaks to the east across the Willamette Valley. Take Highway 34 towards Alsea in Philomath and look for the Mary’s Peak road after the really curvy section.
Oregon Coast Aquarium — a private, not-for-profit aquatic and marine science educational facility offering a fun and interesting way to learn about Oregon’s unique coastal ecosystem. 2820 SE Ferry Slip Road Newport, OR 97365 (541) 867-3474
Osborne Aquatic Center public indoor and outdoor pool with water slides, 1940 NW Highland Dr. Corvallis, OR 97330 (541) 766-SWIM (7946)
Willamette Valley National Wildlife Refuge ComplexThree national wildlife refuges – Ankeny, Baskett Slough, and William L. Finley – are nestled in the heart of the Willamette Valley. They include a variety of wildlife habitats: wetlands, prairies, riparian and upland forests, and cultivated farmlands

Wineries/Vineyards and Cellars:

Airlie Winery — 15305 Dunn Forest Road, Monmouth Hours — March through December, noon to 5pm weekends. Closed January through February; other hours by appointment. Phone: (503)838-6013
Belle Vallee — 804 NW Buchanan Ave., Corvallis. An urban winery in the heart of Corvallis. Enjoy wine tasting with a city flair. Phone: (541)757-9463
Benton-Lane Winery — 23924 Territorial Hwy., 1.5 miles south of Monroe. Hours — Open summer 7 days a week 11am-4pm. Winter 11am-4pm weekdays. Phone: (541)847-5792
Broadley Vineyards — 265 South 5th on Hwy. 99, Monroe Hours — By appointment only Phone: (541) 847-5934
Cardwell Hill Cellars — 24241 Cardwell Hill Dr., Philomath Hours — Tasting room open during summer and early fall. Phone: (541) 929-WINE (9463)
Harris Bridge Vineyard – 22937 Harris Rd. Philomath (541) 929-3053
Pheasant Court Winery — The Wine Vault Tasting Room, 11301 Main St., Philomath Hours — Sat & Sun 9am to 5pm Phone: (541) 929-8496
Sahalie Wine Cellars – 151 Monroe Street, Suite 101 in downtown Corvallis, for information call 754-7457
Spindrift Cellars and Small World Wine Company Located in Philomath at 810 Applegate Street for information call the winery at (541) 929-6555 or email winery@smallworldwine.com.
Springhill Cellars — 2920 NW Scenic Drive, Albany Hours — Open weekends 1-5pm through the Summer. All other times by appointment. Phone: (541 )928-1009
Tyee Wine Cellars — 26335 Greenberry Road, Corvallis Hours — Open April-December on Sat and Sun from noon ’till 5pm. July and August on Sat, Sun from noon-5pm. Open other times by appointment. Phone: (541) 753-8754
The Wine Vault, 1301 Main Street, Philomath, Saturday and Sunday from 12 to 6 pm
720 Cellars Tasting room at the Wine Vault
likely more to come

for a larger list of other wineries in Oregon visit The Oregon Wine Board or Oregon Wines

Micro breweries

McMenamins — 420 NW 3d St Corvallis, 541/758-6044
Oregon Trail Brewery –, 341 SW 2nd St, Corvallis, 541/758-3527
Oregon Trader Brewing –140 Hill St.Albany, OR 97321(503) 928-1931

for a larger list of other breweries in Oregon visit the Oregon Brewers Guild


Agate Beach Golf Course — Public, 9 holes, Newport, (541) 265-7331
Corvallis Country Club
— 1850 SW Whiteside Drive Private club and course. Corvallis Phone: (541)752-3471
Crestview Hills Golf Course — Public, 9 holes, highway 34 Waldport, (541) 563-3020
Diamond Woods Golf Course — 96040 Territorial Rd., Monroe. 18-hole course. Phone — (800)559-4653
Golf City Par Three – 9 hole par 3, 18 hole miniature golf 2115 NE Highway 20, Pro Shop Corvallis 753-6213, Pub 754-0311
Golf Club of Oregon — 18 holes, Affordable and walkable, Rentals, Pro shop, Driving Range, Food and Beverages, Group Rates, 905 Springhill Dr. NW, Albany 928-8338
Mallard Creek Golf Course — Public, 18 holes, Lebanon, (541) 259-4653
Marysville Golf Course
— 2020 SW Allen Located on the banks of Mary’s River, this 9-hole course is open year around. Corvallis Phone: (541)753-3421
Olalla Valley Golf Course — Public, 9 holes, highway 20 between Corvallis and Newport, (541) 336-2121
Pineway Golf Course — Public Dual Tees, 9 holes, Lebanon, phone (?)
Trysting Tree Golf Club
— Located off Hwy. 34 on the Willamette River This 18-hole championship golf course with driving range is open to the public year around . Corvallis Phone: (541)752-3332

Oregongolf.com provides comprehensive information on public and private golf courses in Oregon and Southern Washington.