Located just over 25 miles from the state capitol of Salem in Oregon's beautiful Willamette Valley, Lyons is easily accessible just off of Highway 22 on your way up the Cascade Mountain Range. The fishing and floating opportunities on the waters of the North Santiam River are the main attraction for visitors to the 30-acre John Neal Memorial Park. While...
Lebanon is a booming mid-valley community, nestled next to the South Santiam River and a magnet for business and professional enterprise. Located conveniently at the juncture of U.S. Highway 20 and state Highway 34, as well as some other major county roads, Lebanon is home to a Lowe's distribution center, Samaritan Lebanon Community Hospital and the recently established COMP-Northwest...
Harrisburg is affectionately referred to as “Mayberry” by people who know its idyllic charm. The comparison to the fictional idyllic town made famous by the “Andy Griffith Show” is easy to understand when you watch a father and son walking with their fishing poles down to the Willamette River. Or when there is an outdoor concert going on at...
Brownsville, one of Oregon's oldest communities, is nestled in the foothills of the Cascades, on the east edge of the Willamette Valley. An easy drive from all of western Oregon's major population centers and only four miles from I-5, Brownsville feels like home the minute you drive across the iconic green bridge over the Calapooia River. The tiny downtown...
Albany Regional Museum Albany Regional Museum, at 136 Lyon St. S. in downtown Albany, offers a great collection of old Albany memorabilia, photos and artifacts. View a shoeshine stand popular in Albany for decades or the Camp Adair exhibit, and be sure to stop in the Tripp Research Room. The museum, located in an 1887 Italianate Victorian building, is open...
Halsey is a small, friendly town full of history. The town is named after its founder, William L. Halsey, vice president of the Willamette Valley Railroad Company, who in 1871 took his hand-drawn map of the town to be registered in Multnomah County, Oregon. Halsey has always been a farming community. In 1875, the city's population was about 250, and...
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