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The Full Loop (120 miles)

The Full Marion Farm Loop is a 120 mile, full day journey around all 23 farm stops. You’ll find everything from family farms, to wineries, to nurseries, and more. This route takes country roads around the entire county. Rural and scenic, you’ll love the Marion Farm Loop. If you don’t have the time to travel the whole loop, then try selecting only a few farms stops, or look at our other, smaller loops below.

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The North Loop (55 miles)

Visit the 55 mile long North Loop which is packed with 14 unique stops. Grab some dessert, walk the beautiful Oregon Gardens, stop by the Woodburn Outlets, look at the flowers, or visit family farms. This loop makes an excellent day trip for the whole family.

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The South Loop (68 miles)

This route will take you on a scenic tour of the Marion Farm Loop’s ten southernmost farm stops. Enjoy open country roads, small towns, and beautiful land.

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The Wine Loop (60 miles)

Looking to do some wine tasting? This loop hits the six wine destinations in the Marion Farm Loop. Take country roads on a beautiful 60 mile journey from the heart of Salem, out to Silverton, and back down through Aumsville and Turner. Be sure to call ahead and check winery hours.

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The Fresh Produce Loop (95 miles)

Visit 9 locations for amazingly fresh and ripe U-pick produce. Take the family on an 95 mile, all day road trip up and down western Marion County. This is a Summer season loop, so be sure to check location hours and call to see what’s in season. We recommend you travel this loop in Summer. Most stops are open in July or August.

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The Flower and Nursery Loop (50 miles)

Spring is the optimal season to be surrounded by beautiful flowers. Hit our 9 top flower stops in this 50 mile scenic, country road route. Flowers are seasonal so be sure to check farm hours before embarking. We recommend driving this loop in April or May.

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The Fall Harvest Loop (92 miles)

Have tons of fun on this 92 mile scenic tour of pumpkin patches and harvest festivals. Pick the perfect carving pumpkin and gorge yourself on tasty cider. Every farm is different, so be sure to know their hours and event schedule.

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