Corvallis and Philomath are complementary neighboring towns. The population of Corvallis is 60,000 and its neighbor Philomath at 4600. Corvallis is located along the foothills of the Oregon Coastal Mountain Range with the Willamette River running through the town. The downtown is lively and ... » Learn More about Corvallis and Philomath
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- 728 NW Kings Blvd
Corvallis, OR 97330
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The Willamette Valley is Oregons leading wine country. The Willamette River flows through the entire length of the valley with the coast to the west and mountain ranges to the east and the south. No matter where you are located you can easily reach the coast, mountains or big city. There is something here for everyone.
Albany and Lebanon
Albany has a population of approximately 52,000 people. The Willamette river runs through the city. Albany is located right off the freeway. It is a quick 25 minute drive to the Capital city of Salem and an hour from big city life of Portland. Albany is most known for its historic architecture ... » Learn More about Albany and Lebanon
Independence and Monmouth
Independence is full of old town charm with a population of just over 8,500. The historic down town sits alongside the Willamette River. You will find antique stores, galleries, and one of kind shops and restaurants as you stroll the historic streets. From the 1890s to the 1940s, ... » Learn More about Independence and Monmouth
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