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Sheridan, a hidden gem not visible for the most part until you do a little looking. Located on the way to the coast off Highway 18, you'll see the big sign proclaiming Sheridan, The Home of Sheridan Days, and then drive past the Dairy Queen. The streets are clean and the town is attractive with a nice mix of small businesses and well-maintained homes. Sheridan is an open and friendly community with many opportunities to get involved.
Official City Website: https://www.cityofsheridanor.com/
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Location: 16 miles southwest of McMinnville
FYI: The City of Sheridan was named after Union General in the American Civil War by founder and first postmaster Absolom B. Faulconer in 1866.
Population: 4,658 (2021)
Attractions: Sheridan Public Library, Sheridan Hometown Days (car show, parade, and more), Sheridan Museum of History, Veteran's Tribute Memorial, vineyards & wine tasting
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Deer, squirrels and occasionally the local elk herd will greet you on the drive up to our Vineyard Tasting Room, where stunning views of Mt. Jefferson, Mt. Hood and a peek at Mt. St. Helens stretch from our patio into the coast hills outside of Sheridan. Add J Wrigley's consistently world-class wines and we are sure to become your go-to hideaway when you want to leave the world behind.
A quaint country store offering small grocery, cold drinks and beer, grilled sandwiches, local wines. The perfect stop for locally made, gourmet food products, picnic supplies and snacks in a quaint country store atmosphere. Watch handmade caramels being crafted, or grab a cold drink and a sandwich to be enjoyed at their barrel-stave bar. See you in wine country!
Located at 128 South Bridge Street, Riverside Cafe has both indoor seating in a cozy setting, and outdoor seating with a picturesque view of the river and bridge in town. Enjoy everything from farm fresh eggs for breakfast, a philly cheesesteak for lunch, or crispy battered cod for dinner. Don't forget dessert! Grab a slice of the pie of the day and a scoop of vanilla ice cream.