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Long known for its Buckeroo Rodeo Grounds, Molalla also boasts a wealth of family attractions, including tours at Rosse Posse Acres Elk Farm. Meet the animals and sample farm life for yourself. Ride the rails at the train park, watch parachutes brighten the skies above Skydive Oregon, unleash your inner student with a class at the American Wildlife Foundation, or explore immigrant life at the historic Dibble (1859) and Von Der Ahe houses. Tune in to TeleTales where you can relive history on your cell phone, or geocache as you walk valley trails. The Molalla River Corridor offers escapes in the forms of fishing, hiking, biking, horseback riding, kayaking, swimming and camping.

Willamette Valley

Molalla is located in Willamette Valley, the agricultural heart of Oregon where family farms grow everything from blueberries and hazelnuts to Christmas trees and tulips and some of the world's best pinot noir.

Nearby cities are: Canby, Aurora, Oregon City, and West Linn.

a Grant’s GetawayMolalla River Recreation Corridor

by Grant McOmie / November 3, 2013

The Molalla River Recreation Corridor is a local recreation mecca that is perfect for exploring for many reasons, including new campground and picnic sites, hiking and biking and even horseback riding trails along a gorgeous scenic river byway that…

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an ItineraryWillamette Valley Cheese Trail

by Kerry Newberry / June 6, 2014

When I discovered that many of the small-scale dairies and creameries in Oregon’s Willamette Valley welcome visitors by appointment, I knew a cheese-inspired road trip was in order. My journey will take me from Portland as far south as the town of…

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an ItineraryFoodie Road Trip: Fabulous Farms in Oregon Wine Country

by Jennifer Rouse / August 20, 2014

When you set out in search of Oregon Wine Country’s most perfect food, don’t bring your fine china. Try a pair of work boots instead. Because there’s one thing that the Willamette Valley’s chefs, farmers, and winemakers agree on: the best…

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an Oregon StoryLet ’er Buck this Summer

by Eileen Garvin / June 1, 2015

You don’t have to rope, ride or wrangle to appreciate Oregon’s rodeos. Bucking broncos, wild bulls, barrel racing and calf roping: Think of it as the West’s first extreme sports venue. The big daddy of them all the Pendleton Round-Up …

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Find things to see and do In Molalla

  1.     Attractions
    1.     Amusement Parks
    2.     Aquariums & Zoos
    3.     Art Galleries & Studios
    4.     Casinos
    5.     Movies and TV filmed in Oregon
    6.     Museums & Interpretive Centers
    7.     Outdoors & Nature
    8.     Performing Arts
    9.     Shopping
    10.     Theater
    11.     Tour Companies & Guides
  2.     Recreation
    1.     Birding
    2.     Camping
    3.     Cycling
    4.     Fishing
    5.     Golf
    6.     Guides & Charters
      1.     Back Country Guides
      2.     Bicycle Guides
      3.     Charter Boats
      4.     Fishing Guides
      5.     Hunting Guides
      6.     Jet Boat Charters
      7.     Outdoor Guides
      8.     Whitewater Guides
    7.     Hiking
    8.     Indoor Sports
    9.     Jet Boating
    10.     Kayaking
    11.     Oregon Winter Trips
    12.     Rafting
    13.     Snow Sports
    14.     Sustainable Travel
  3.     Eat & Drink
    1.     Artisan Producers
    2.     Beer & Breweries
    3.     Cideries
    4.     Coffee & Tea
    5.     Culinary Experiences
    6.     Distilleries
    7.     Farmers' Markets
    8.     Farms & Farm Stays
    9.     Oregon Food Trips
    10.     Picking & Foraging
    11.     Ranches & Ranch Stays
    12.     Restaurants
      1.     American
      2.     Asian Fusion
      3.     Cajun / Creole
      4.     Chinese
      5.     French Bistros
      6.     Greek
      7.     Irish
      8.     Italian
      9.     Japanese
      10.     Latino
      11.     Mediterranean
      12.     Pacific Northwest
      13.     Pizza
      14.     Seafood
      15.     Southern
      16.     Thai
    13.     Seafood
    14.     Wineries & Wine
  4.     Oregon Heritage
    1.     Covered Bridges
    2.     Ghost Towns
    3.     Heritage Areas
    4.     Heritage Museums
    5.     Indian Country
    6.     Lighthouses
    7.     Old West & Oregon Trail
  5.     Natural Wonders
    1.     Bodies of Water
      1.     Lakes & Reservoirs
      2.     Rivers
      3.     Waterfalls
    2.     Forests, Parks & Refuges
      1.     National Forests & Parks
      2.     National Wildlife Refuges and Areas
      3.     State Parks
    3.     Mountains & Hills
  6.     Events
    1.     Animal & Agriculture Events
    2.     Culinary Events
    3.     Cultural Heritage Events
    4.     Exhibit & Lecture Events
    5.     Fairs & Festivals
    6.     Flower & Garden Events
    7.     Oregon Food Trips
    8.     Performing Art Events
    9.     Snow Sports
    10.     Sports Events
    11.     Visual Art Events
    12.     Volunteer Events
  7. All Places to Stay
  8.     Lodging
    1.     Bed and Breakfasts
    2.     Boutique Hotels
    3.     Farm or Ranch Stay
    4.     Glamping or Tree Houses
    5.     Hostels
    6.     Hotel / Motel
    7.     Resorts
    8.     Vacation Rentals
  9.     RV Parks
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