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Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm, Woodburn

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  • It 's difficult to describe this place, because it is unique. Most people probably prefer to go when the weather is sunny, warm and dry, but I think it's even more beautiful when there are storm cloud...  more »
  • Absolutely beautiful day when we went. Saw Mt. St. Helen & Mt. Hood. The ground was still muddy at some parts but still worth the trip. Good to go on the first two weeks of the festival. Plenty of col...  more »
  • We probably chose a wrong time to go there, but when we got there, there were almost no visitors, no vendors, nothing was really going on. When we walked between the tulips, it looked really sad. I me...  more »
  • We really liked the Tulip Festival! It was the first time we'd been, but we definitely plan on going back! The fields were gorgeous, and there was a lot to see, and do. It was really busy, and getting there early is your best bet if you don't want to get stuck in traffic for a while. Other than traffic, everything about going to the Tulip Festival was great!
  • My husband and I had our wedding ceremony and reception at Wooden Shoe and could not be more pleased. They are extremely professional, affordable, and go the extra mile to make your day special. Emily is absolutely amazing. I would definitely recommend them for a summer wedding!
  • As you get closer traffic starts to build up. The place is lovely; however, like any other farm it's muddy so make sure to wear proper footwear. There are bench in certain areas of the field where you can rest and enjoy the view. On a clear day a snowy mountain is very visible (bonus to be included in your shots). There are food trucks available but I didn't try any of them so I can't guarantee if they're good. Wine tasting is also available and they were petty good. $5 entrance fee per person. Inflatable slide/game set, Fun Slide, Bungee and other activities for the kids was a hit (at the time of visit 04/21/17).
  • There was a line but for us wasn't that bad, in my opinion the parking was well organized. The line that was super slow was at an intersection before arriving. We really like the farm is full of color and it is definitely worth the visit. There are not many food options, specially if you are vegan so if you are I recommend to brings snacks. It is definitely a good place to bring your dog :) After the farm we went to a restaurant near there with plenty of vegan options it is called Mama's Russian Food and it was really good.
  • I love the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival. It's a great chance to get outside, look at some beautiful flowers, and visit with the vendors. It's simply breathtaking to see the rows and rows of bright colors. Who knew there were so many different variations of tulips?!