Discover a selection of 3,000 vacation rentals in Willamette Valley, US that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and WiFi. Prices start at $79 per night, and houses and cabins are popular options for a stay in Willamette Valley. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

The promised land of flowing milk and honey

The 150-mile long Willamette Valley spans the Pacific Northwest region and is characterized by the picturesque Willamette River which flows along its full length. The valley has long been the agricultural heartland of the west, so much so it was once called the 'promised land of flowing milk and honey' in the 19th century. These days, travelers descend upon the region to stay in Willamette Valley vacation rentals and hike, bike and kayak along the meandering rivers and winding trails. It's also carved out a more recent niche in wine production with over 19,000 acres of vineyards flourishing in the sun.

Things to do

Beer-producing Benedictine monks

It's not all hiking and biking in this neck of the woods. If your Willamette Valley vacation rental is near the Oregon Garden, you can enjoy spring flowers and let the kids run riot in the children's area which features a Hobbit House. For something more grown up, don't miss the Mount Angel Abbey where a community of beer-producing Benedictine monks live. It also houses a fascinating but rather bizarre taxidermy museum. If you visit during the summer, you can watch outdoor concerts and films in the Riverview Park or take part in the Canterbury Renaissance Faire.


Dozens of tumbling cascades

There's simply too many things to do in the valley to list in one place, but if you're going to visit just one place, make it the Silver Falls State Park, which is located near most Willamette Valley vacation rentals. Here you can lace up your boots to hike through the miles of trails passing dozens of tumbling waterfalls. If you like angling, you're in the right place. Cast your lure into the river to catching passing salmon or simply camp by the water's edge and enjoy a night under the stars.

Natural features

Roaming black bears

The entire valley is packed full of wildlife, but arguably the best place to see birds and mammals is the Willamette National Forest. From your Willamette Valley vacation rental you can easily reach the park which provides a home for hundreds of species. The swathes of conifers and Douglas firs are home to hummingbirds and falcons, while the river which crosses through it teems with spawning steelheads and salmon. The highlight though is the rare spotting of elusive black bears or the red-tailed deer which are often seen bounding along the forest floor. Wildlife lovers won't be disappointed.

What are the top vacation rentals in Willamette Valley?

From luxury condos to intimate cabins, Vrbo has properties to suit every taste and budget. Pack your bags and check out these top vacation rentals in Willamette Valley:

  • "Lovely Apartment In The Heart Of Sellwood": If you're looking for somewhere in Portland with 1 bedroom where you'll feel right at home, consider this escape. Amenities include an ice maker and a fridge.
  • "Carefully Restored Wilsonville Farmhouse Next To Parks And Trails": Located in Portland, this sought-after getaway has 3 bedrooms and plenty of handy amenities. Free WiFi and children's games are just a couple you'll find here.

For even more great options, use the search bar at the top of the page to find the perfect Willamette Valley vacation rental for you.

What are the best tiny house vacation rentals in Willamette Valley?

For an unconventional vacation experience, book one of Vrbo's tiny house rentals in Willamette Valley. A word of warning though — after you've experienced life in a tiny house, the urge to move into one of these fun-sized digs will be tough to resist!

  • Take a couple of days off to enjoy a simpler way of life at "A Tiny House On A Lavender Farm In Oregon's Wine Country". Located in Hillsboro, a fridge and winery tours are just a couple of the amenities included here.
  • "Custom Tiny House With Boho Vibes" has many conveniences, including coffee and tea making facilities and internet services. Located in Kerns, you'll be able to live large in this small but cleverly designed hideaway.

Can I find log cabins to rent in Willamette Valley?

There's something delightfully cozy about relaxing in a log cabin with a cup of tea and a good book. Leave the hustle and bustle behind and spend a few nights at one of these log cabins in Willamette Valley:

  • If you want to be able to go mountain biking or rock climbing while you're in Willamette Valley, "Log Cabin, Private, Hottub, Sauna" in Sandy will be an excellent choice.
  • Another option is "Bear Den Log Cabin - Classic Family Mountain Retreat". With fun activities such as rock climbing and sledding nearby, this Welches retreat will be perfect if you love the outdoors.

What are the top-rated vacation rentals for weekend getaways in Willamette Valley?

If you're craving a break and a change of pace, we've got the perfect remedy. Return home feeling on top of the world after a weekend getaway in Willamette Valley at one of these top-rated rentals:

  • "Carefully Restored Wilsonville Farmhouse Next To Parks And Trails": A few nights away at this Portland stay will have you feeling renewed and refreshed. Convenient amenities here include a washing machine and a living room. When it's time to go exploring, Overlook Park and Portland Parks & Recreation Community Gardens are some of the nearby natural attractions.
  • "Sandy River Cabin Retreat": An equally appealing choice, this escape in Rhododendron features cable/satellite TV services, a garden and more. Ainsworth State Park and God's Wall are nearby when you want to get your fix of nature.

Can I find studio apartments for rent in Willamette Valley?

There's no shortage of studio apartments in Willamette Valley. While they obviously don't have the space of a mansion, they pack a big punch when it comes to location, convenience and character. Here are two top-rated choices:

  • "Lovely Apartment In The Heart Of Sellwood" in Portland puts you within reach of some of the area's leading cultural attractions, including Clackamas Repertory Theater and Keller Auditorium. A fridge and an ice maker are a couple of the amenities you'll have access to here.
  • "Two Maples Farm - Wine Country Getaway" in Newberg is another fabulous option that offers golf and WiFi. Portland Art Museum and Imago Theater should be on your to-do list in this area.

Can I find short term rentals in Willamette Valley?

Willamette Valley has short-term rentals for all styles and budgets. Whether you're searching for a few nights all alone or a long-overdue family get-together, Vrbo will help you find the perfect retreat. Here are two popular options:

  • "Carefully Restored Wilsonville Farmhouse Next To Parks And Trails" in Portland is an awesome place to base yourself. Stay here and you'll be within reach of epic sights including Tualatin Country Club.
  • "Sandy River Cabin Retreat" also welcomes guests planning a quick getaway. Stay at this vacation rental in Mount Hood Village for easy access to Mountain Sports and other cool attractions.

What are the best romantic weekend getaways in Willamette Valley?

If you'd like to wow your someone special, then stay somewhere special! Organize a romantic weekend getaway in Willamette Valley at one of these hideaways and fall in love all over again:

  • Catch up on quality time and cuddles at "Private Vineyard Cabin In The Heart Of Wine Country" in McMinnville. Massage services and winery tours are just two of the little touches you'll find here.
  • Another tempting option is "Lovely Apartment In The Heart Of Sellwood" in Portland. Enjoy perks here including a fireplace and air conditioning, as well as each other's company.

Are there mansions for rent in Willamette Valley?

Forget waiting for your turn at the hotel breakfast buffet or fighting for a spot in the sauna during your vacation. Round up your favorite people and give your getaway a major upgrade with one of these mansions for rent in Willamette Valley:

  • Spend a few nights or more living it up at "Overlook Victorian Mansion - 5 Bedroom 10 Guests" in Portland. A separate dining area and a garden are just some of the high-end amenities you'll find here.
  • Alternatively, take your vacation to the next level by reserving a stay at "Luxurious Mansion In Castle Grounds In Lantheuil" in Ponts sur Seulles. Massage services and a fireplace are among the highlights of these palatial digs.

Are there large vacation rentals that sleep 30 or more in Willamette Valley?

If you're hosting a huge family escape or a special event in Willamette Valley, you won't have to worry about leaving anyone off the guest list. Vrbo has large vacation rentals that'll fit all your favorite people. Here are some great examples:

  • "26, 000 Sqft Villa On 46 Acres In The Heart Of Oregon Wine Country": With 11 bedrooms sleeping up to 30 people, this vacation rental in Dundee will give you all the room you need. A nearby river and a nearby waterfront are some of the amenities available here.
  • "For 2 Guests House Next To Intel": Accommodating up to 99 guests and with great amenities like a fireplace and a firepit, this is another top pick. It has 1 bedroom and is located in Hillsboro.

What are the best houses for rent with a pool in Willamette Valley?

Take your pick and jump right in. Here are a couple of highly rated house rentals in Willamette Valley where life is cooler by the pool:

  • Kids, parents, uncles, aunts — everyone will love the pool at "The Multnomah Guest House". Take your loved ones on a vacation at this Multnomah rental home which also features a porch and a fridge.
  • Relax by the water while the kids paddle around at "Charming Farm House In Yamhill's Wine Country". This property in Yamhill offers a range of conveniences to keep guests comfortable and content, such as pet-friendly facilities and a kitchen.