: Fiesta Mexicana

Woodburn

It’s easy to be amazed by Woodburn.

Originally the home of the Calapooia Indians, Woodburn was settled as part of the Oregon Territory. An early resident founded a thriving nursery business, a tradition carried on with the Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm, a blooming wonderland of tulips and daffodils. Today it’s a melting pot of culture, with Fiesta Mexicana celebrated every August. Hit the greens at a local golf course, enjoy tax-free shopping at the outlet mall or take a hot air balloon ride for scenic vistas of the heart of the Willamette Valley.

Trip Ideas

  • Welcome to Fiesta Mexicana
    Woodburn is a place rich with culture to discover — year-round but especially during the summer. Each August brings the three-day Fiesta Mexicana, one of the state’s largest celebrations of Latino food, culture, art, music... More
  • Exploring Woodburn and Mt. Angel
    Venture off I-5 at Woodburn for a day of diverse activities.  Woodburn Company Stores, one of Oregon’s top tourist attractions, offers great retailers, a visitor information center, kids’ play area with tree house and assorted... More
  • Silver Falls Tour Route
    A pleasing detour for I-5 travelers, this 55-mile/89-kilometer pastoral route loops through a verdant park filled with waterfalls and rolling farmlands with distant views of the Coast and Cascade mountain ranges. More
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