Oregon February 01, 2017
This Lovely, Little Known Town In Oregon Is Positively Delightful
Located in the beautiful Willamette Valley, Silverton is a gorgeous town that’s full of all kinds of unique charm. Nestled between rolling farmland and the amazing Silver Falls State Park, Silverton is home to picturesque gardens, wonderful shops and restaurants, majestic scenery, and more.
Located in Marion County, Silverton (pop. 9,222) is a wonderfully picturesque town where you'll find all kinds of enchanting attractions.
The glittering Silver Creek flows through the center of town, past beautiful buildings and colorful foliage.
Established in 1854, Silverton is full of history and has a unique, peaceful charm.
Strolling through town, you'll find breathtaking murals, historic buildings, gorgeous scenery, a farmers market, all kinds of unique shops, delicious restaurants, and more.
Known as Oregon's Garden City, Silverton is home to the incredible Oregon Garden.
This 80-acre garden is full of colorful plants, magical fountains, hidden ponds, and more. You could spend days exploring all the nooks and crannies of this stunning, tranquil garden.
The Oregon Garden is also home to the only public Frank Lloyd Wright house in the state (architecture-lovers will adore taking a tour of the unique building.)
If you'd like, you can book a room at the beautiful Oregon Garden Resort, which overlooks the garden.
Silverton is also known as the gateway to Silver Falls State Park. Silver Falls is the biggest state park in Oregon, and it's home to all kinds of amazing waterfalls, hiking trails, campsites, and natural wonders.
In town, there are many great restaurants where you can grab a bite to eat, including the beloved pizza food cart, The Old Oak Oven.
You can also relax and enjoy a delicious coffee and/or snack while overlooking the creek at the wonderful Silver Creek Coffee House.
This lovely Oregon town is absolutely unique, and it's a great destination for a peaceful, scenic getaway.
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