Dallas

Marion or Polk Counties

Baskett Slough National Wildlife Refuge

The 2,558-acre refuge offers excellent wildlife observation areas, trails that meander through wetlands, upland prairies and oak/ash forest and interpretive exhibits. Home to several threatened and endangered species. Most of the refuge interior is closed to public entry while the geese are in residence from Oct. 1-Mar. 31.
10995 Hwy. 22
Dallas, OR 97338
503-623-2749 or 541-757-7236

Dallas Area Chamber of Commerce

119 SW Court St.
PO Box 377 (mailing)
Dallas, OR 97338
503-623-2564

Delbert Hunter Arboretum and Botanic Garden

The varied terrain of the arboretum (a living museum of native plants) provides ecological niches to perennials, conifers, wetland species and dryland desert plants.
Park St. entrance, south end of Dallas City Park
31 SW Park St.
Dallas, OR 97338
503-623-7359 or 503-623-2564

Polk County Fairgrounds & Event Center

R.V. camping and R.V. rallies. Water and electric hook ups, dump station on site and restrooms with showers available. Easy access off of Hwy 99W. Big rig friendly. Just off of Hwy 99W, 4 buildings, meeting rooms and RV lodging. Capacity 10 - 1,200. Full service catering available if needed.
520 S Pacific Hwy W
Rickreall, OR 97371
503-623-3048 or 888-229-6818

Polk County Courthouse

This 1899 distinctive structure is the third building, replacing the wooden courthouse destroyed by fire in 1898. Guided tours Mon.- Fri., 8am-5pm.
Downtown Courthouse Square
850 Main St.
Dallas, OR  97338
503-623-6251 or 503-623-2564

Ritner Creek Covered Bridge

The bridge has Gothic windows, a cedar shake roof and is the only remaining structure of its type in Polk County.
Located a few miles south of Dallas on Hwy. 223 (King Valley Hwy.), near the community of Pedee.
503-581-4325 or 800-874-7012

Dallas Summerfest

July
6118 Mount Angel Highway, Silverton
503-873-3273