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The tipis at Tipi Village Resort are outfitted with stone floors, rugs, wool blankets and down comforters.
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For wine country explorers, The Vintages Trailer Resort is conveniently located between Dundee and McMinnville in the Willamette Wine Country RV Park.
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Sow some sweet dreams in a converted grain silo at the Abbey Road Farm Bed and Breakfast in Carlton.

Sometimes the place you choose to rest your head on your getaway can be an experience in itself. The next time you’re up for exploring Willamette Valley’s wine country and outdoor beauty, spend the night at one of these destination lodgings for a truly unique trip.

Airstream Dreams
For wine country explorers, The Vintages Trailer Resort is conveniently located between Dundee and McMinnville in the Willamette Wine Country RV Park. Ten mid-century trailers and five shiny new ones offer a classic American traveler atmosphere with modern touches like gourmet coffee, luxurious linens and comfortable mattresses. Borrow a cruiser bike to explore local vineyards or hang out at the pool and try your hand at lawn darts. (16205 SE Kreder Road, Dayton)

Sleepy Tipis
The wooded acres of the Tipi Village Retreat near Springfield offer tranquil accommodation in seven tipis as well as a garden cottage, a studio and a cabin. Comfortable tipis are outfitted Zen-style with stone floors, rugs, wool blankets and down comforters. Organic homemade breakfast is served on the patio within earshot of the burbling creek. The spot is perfect for a quiet getaway, reunion or retreat. (39615 Wendling Road, Marcola)

Silo Slumber
Sow some sweet dreams in a converted grain silo at the Abbey Road Farm Bed and Breakfast in Carlton. Five suites in three silos offer garden, wetland and vineyard views with luxury amenities. Guests can also stay in the three-bedroom ranch house. The 82-acre working farm is home to a herd of dairy goats, an orchard of Queen Anne cherries and a flock of exotic chickens. (10501 NE Abbey Road, Carlton)

In the Treetops
Your childhood dream of spending the night in the tree you just climbed comes true at the Pacific Tree Climbing Institute in Eugene. Expert guides lead day climbs into gorgeous old growth forests of fir, cedar, hemlock and pine. An overnight expedition will put you in the boughs of a 250-foot Douglas fir in a comfortable, canvas cradle outfitted with an air mattress. Fall asleep under the stars and awake to birdsong (and hot coffee). (605 Howard Avenue, Eugene)

For more information and to plan your trip in the Willamette Valley, go to OregonWineCountry.org.

about author Eileen Garvin

Eileen Garvin lives and writes in Hood River. When she’s not hunched over her keyboard or digging in the garden, you can find her mountain biking, kiteboarding, hiking, skiing or camping somewhere in Oregon.

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  1. Ryan T says…

    I was born in Oregon and lived there 11 years, but have been gone for 27 years. I love my home state and did not get to explore the vast majority of the state. It a shame ! But, I will be visiting in October and look forward to the most beautiful place on earth.
    Keep up the great reporting and be blessed yall!
    – Ryan

    Written on August 5th, 2015 / Flag this Comment
  2. Linda K-P says…

    Tipi Village is a lovely, peaceful place. We’re familiar with it from its early beginnings and can recommend it. The owner has a commitment to serving delicious meals, too!

    Written on October 20th, 2015 / Flag this Comment
  3. roger says…

    Oregon, peaceful, moist, sounds of forest and ocean.
    Good place to visit and relax

    Written on January 28th, 2016 / Flag this Comment
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