Sherwood, Oregon, has a Wealth of Charm, from Old Town to Estate Vineyards
Located in the southern part of Oregon’s Washington County, minutes from the college town of Newberg, is the small city of Sherwood. With a population of more than 18,000, this city is steeped in tradition, and the historic Old Town is the community’s center.
Old Town Sherwood is the community center of this small, growing city. Antique and specialty shops and historic buildings recall small-town living from another era. Popular gathering places, such as a locally owned coffeehouse, a venerable restaurant/tavern, bakeries and restaurants, wine tasting bar and new community performance arts center, are must-see stops while perusing quaint shops and galleries in Old Town.
Annual events, including the Cruisin’ Sherwood car show (June) and the Sherwood Robin Hood Festival (July) attract visitors from all over the region to Old Town Sherwood.
Located in the Chehalem Mountain American Viticultural Area (AVA), Sherwood is one of the fastest growing wine destinations in the northern Willamette Valley, with seven (and counting) vineyard-estate wineries. Its agricultural region also is growing, and boasts a number of u-pick farms and tree farms.
Adding to the quaint charm of Sherwood are its year-round Christmas shop, Sleighbells; roadside farm store, the Red Berry Barn; and a wildlife area, the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge, which hosts an annual bird festival each May.
The Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge is the go-to spot for bird and wildlife watching and nature hikes in Sherwood.
Warm up this winter with a hot beverage at Symposium Coffee, located in the heart of Old Town Sherwood.
The Best Western Northwind Inn & Suites is conveniently located near Sherwood wine country, located off Highway 99.