Yamhill County, Oregon
|County Seat:|| McMinnville|
|Founded:|| July 5, 1843|
Named for the Yamhill Indians, the county is bordered by Washington County to the north, Tillamook County to the west, Polk County to the south, and Marion and Clackamas Counties to the east.
county’s primary industries ate farming and dairy farming. It is the
oldest County in the state of Oregon. There are several wineries in the
One of the popular attractions in the County is
Evergreen Aviation Museum, home of the famous “Spruce Goose”.
Activities in the county include picnicking, boating, bird watching,
Cities and Towns in the County
|Amity||Eola Crest||McMinnville ||Sunnycrest|
|Bellevue||Eola Village||Midway||Unionvale |
|Carlton||Grand Ronde Agency||Newberg||Wheatland|
|Cove Orchard||Hopewell||Saint Joseph||Whiteson|
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