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The spirit of Christmas is not lost; in fact, it thrives at Mitchell Christmas Tree Farm. Chad and Lisa—with their three boys in tow—run a fully functioning tree farm that grows impressive firs for the holiday season. They also make handmade wreaths and delight guests with weekend hayrides. In the true spirit of giving, visitors can enjoy complimentary hot chocolate and coffee while they are cutting their own tree or picking up a yuletide shrubbery.
The largest manufacturer and supplier of paints in the Pacific Northwest, Parker Paint enables new-hue-craving customers to roll and brush fresh coats of luscious pigments onto formerly drab and dreary household surfaces. To reinvent interiors, several options await including the semigloss Wall Glow ($34.27/gallon) and the Velva Kolor ($30.59/gallon), with a less-reflective eggshell finish. Parker Paint also carries a selection of weather-scoffing exterior paints, such as the flat-finish Flextron 100 ($33.03/gallon) to help homeowners paint a realistic yet unflattering outdoor mural of the neighbors.
There's much more to Lake View Farms than just pumpkins and a corn maze. Originally a produce market in the later part of the 80's, the family owners discovered that patrons found more joy exploring the grounds and spending time beneath the evergreen trees than shopping for groceries. The revelation brought about changes to the family-run farm, transforming it from a humble market to a fall family outdoor destination.
Now, families, friends, and groups can partake in a fun fall adventure beside a glistening 17-acre lake before traveling across the waters by paddleboat to pick their own pumpkin in the 15-acre patch. While customers can also take the train to the patch, passengers in paddle boats must brave past two of the farm's more unlikely residents: a lone "shark" and two "Loch Ness Monsters" that rise from the waters to photobomb boaters as they pass. Back on dry land, visitors also find plenty of memory-making opportunities as they explore the twisting 10-acre corn maze or peruse the old cow barn, which has been renovated into a seasonal gift shop.
From its perch along the Columbia River, Jantzen Beach Bar & Grill sates guests' appetites with a contemporary take on homestyle American fare. Noontime noshers feast on grub culled from a menu of soups, salads, and sandwiches, quelling rumbling stomachs with the roasted turkey BLT ($9). Discover new uses for lettuce with one of the four salad selections, with the grilled steak salad with Oregon blue cheese revealing that greens can be used for something other than currency or the stuffing of health-conscious scarecrows ($14). Dinner diners kick off evening proceedings with an order of the fried calamari ($8) or buttery manila clams ($12) before delving into an entree of include a spinach-and-ricotta ravioli ($16) or wine-braised short ribs ($15). Complete the transition from an innie to an outie with a belly-button-bursting dessert such as the double-chocolate cake ($6) or pear-and-apple crisp ($8).