Explore St. Paul, Oregon

St. Paul was one of the first settlements in Oregon, established in about 1829 by French Canadian trappers who were former employees of the Husdon Bay Company.  Located amongst lush farmland , St. Paul has a strong agricultural history and provided an amazing place to visit or live.  The St. Paul established a Historic District, in the central part of town, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982.

Lady Hill Winery

Lady Hill Winery is a staple of the Willamette Valley Wine Country. The winery is located on a historic 1,500 acre family farm that has farmed since the 1850’s. In every bottle they carry on the legacy of their family and decades of memories. In 2012 Lady Hill established a gathering space that would contribute to its already existing assets. Along with the finest wine Lady Hill has to offer you will also find live music, regularly scheduled events and a beautiful view.

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For more information, contact the City of St. Paul.

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