Oregon Pinot Camp takes place in and around the North Willamette Valley, about 50 miles southwest of Portland, Oregon. The Willamette Valley, Oregon’s leading wine region, has two thirds of the state’s wineries and vineyards and is home to more than 500 wineries. It is recognized as one of the premier Pinot noir producing areas in the world.

To learn more about the Willamette Valley wine country, visit the Willamette Valley Wineries Association website.

Portland International Airport is the closest airport. You will want to rent a car at the airport to get to wine country. Driving time is about 1.25 hours.

We have blocked space in three facilities each in Newberg and McMinnville, both of which are centrally located to OPC activities.




GuestHouse Vineyard Inn
2035 S Highway 99W
1-800-285-6242 · 503-472-4900 · fax 503-434-9157

McMinnville Inn
381 NE Hwy 99W
503-472-5187 · fax 503-434-6380

Motel 6
2065 SW Highway 99 W


Best Western Inn
2211 Portland Road
503-537-3000 · fax 503-537-3900

Travelodge Suites
2816 Portland Road (Hwy 99W)
503-537-5000 · fax 503-503-537-9099

Holiday Inn Express
501 Sitka Avenue


Campers are responsible for transportation to and from wine country and for transportation to Day Three activities on Tuesday. OPC buses will transport campers from the six OPC lodging sites listed above to all tastings, dinners, and workshops on Saturday evening, Sunday, and Monday. Campers not staying in OPC lodging will be assigned a bus at one of these six pickup sites.

Portland International Airport offers rental cars from all major companies.