In Oregon, we believe that food tastes better when you eat it where it came from. To truly get the full experience of all the good food and drink we grow here, you have to travel around the state: to the Coast for sustainably-caught crab and tuna; to the Willamette Valley for truffles and pinot; and to the Hood River Valley for the miles of farms known as the fruit loop.

To celebrate all of Oregon’s bounty, we rounded up five of our favorite food trips from around the state — everything from catching your own dinner in the Pacific to the perfect weekend in wine country. Whichever trip you choose, you’ll find something tasty around every turn.

Riding the Fruit Loop
Perfect Wine Country Weekend
High Desert Brews
Rivers Run Through It
Portland’s Bike and Brew Tour

If you liked this, you may be interested in our other Oregon Food Trips. Go see them here!

Learn about all of Oregon’s Food Trips
About the Author: Emily Forsha

Emily Forsha is Travel Oregon’s Content & Community Manager. When she’s not road tripping around the state with her husband and two young boys, this proud native Oregonian is cooking up new recipes in her kitchen, sampling the latest craft brews and cheering on her beloved Oregon Ducks.

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  1. Kathy krankowski says…

    Love oregon !!!! Have a hard time finding huckleberry jelly when I’m there

    Written on October 8th, 2014 / Flag this Comment
  2. Tom in San Diego says…

    Any place in Oregon with fresh fish – either from lakes or rivers/creeks – or the Ocean. Grew up in Klamath Falls and we had the best of both.

    Plus Oregon fruit pies – none better – polished off with a little Oregon wine. :)

    Written on October 15th, 2014 / Flag this Comment

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