Four Rivers Farm and Garden Trail

This listing is provided by Visit Eastern Oregon

The Payette, Malheur and Owyhee rivers join the Snake River in what is called the Four Rivers area in and around Ontario, Oregon. Water from these rivers nourishes the highly fertile land, producing a variety of crops that help feed and color the world. The winding Snake River forms the border between Oregon and Idaho. Flowing northward toward Hells Canyon, it eventually joins the Columbia. Explore this self-guided tour in pieces or take a full day to seek out its many treasures.

Start at the crossroads of Highway 26 and 201, between Ontario and Vale. This self-guided farm loop is a perfect way to explore the abundant farms, orchards and farms stands in the Four Rivers region. Observe the many methods of irrigation and moderm farming techniques. Meet srtisan producers who provide fresh, delicious food adn learn about today’s and yesterday’s farming methods. The driving tour straddles the state line, taking in Fruitland and Payette, Idaho, as well as Ontario, Vale and Nyssa, Oregon.

Select each stop below to add it to your travel itinerary:

1. Malheur Nursery

2. Montgomery Farms

3. Windy Sage Farms

4. Lees Farm Overlook

5. Hot Springs Trading Post

6. In Full Bloom Greenhouse

7. Kenney Pass Kiosk

8. Browns Buffalo Ranch

9. Utter Starvation Camp Kiosk

10. Ashby Family Farms

11. Park Produce

12. Boston Beef House

13. Garden Gallery

14. Andrews Seed Company

15. Second & Vine Bistro

16. Ontario Saturday Market

17. Country Corner

19. Payette Farmer’s Market

20. Henggeler Packing Company

21. Purdums Produce

22. The Honey Store

23. Country Flower Kettle

24. Fruitland Produce Barn

25. Hamanishi Farms, Inc.

26. Crawford Farms

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