Explore the Agricultural Goodness of Cornelius, Oregon
Cornelius is an agricultural paradise, where rolling hillsides, vineyards and farms abound. With a population around 12,000, Cornelius is a small city situated in the heart of the fertile Tualatin Valley.
Foodies can sample authentic Mexican cuisine at Cornelius’ taquerias and food trucks.
Situated in the Chehalem Mountains American Viticultural Area (AVA), Cornelius is home to four wineries, with three open to the public year-round.
Visitors can visit u-pick farms and play a round at one of the Pacific North- west’s oldest golf courses, Forest Hills.
Cornelius is home to several farms and estate vineyard wineries. Unger Farms is located along the Tualatin Valley Scenic Bikeway and offers u-pick and fresh-picked produce (when in season), farm store and cafe.
Built in 1927, this picturesque golf course features 18 holes of rolling terrain in scenic farmland.
Cornelius is an agricultural paradise, where rolling hillsides, vineyards and farms abound. Situated in the heart of the fertile Tualatin Valley wine reigns supreme.
While our grapes continue to grow and ripen, the winemakers of the region are imbibing in low-key end-of-summer soirees.
If you taste an out-of-this-world berry at the market, then follow the trail back to the source.
Let the unofficial end of summer be your official introduction to all that the Tualatin Valley offers. From wineries to farm fresh outings, your Labor Day weekend plans just got some Oregon flair.