Wheat Harvest in the Klamath Basin by Kamrin Nielsen
Oregon Agritourism Handbook
The Handbook was created for a wide range of people with a common interest in the intersection of agriculture and tourism.
Whether you’re a farmer or rancher (or an aspiring one), have a tourism business that works with farmers and ranchers, or are a budding entrepreneur with no land but an agritourism venture idea, this site is for you.
If you’re just starting out, you may want to work through the information in the order outlined below. If you have an existing operation, just skip around to the sections that seem most relevant. Much of the Handbook’s content is in the form of PDF documents that you can download and print as needed. Download the Oregon Agritourism Handbook.
“The information included in the Oregon Agritourism Handbook should not be construed or treated as legal advice or counsel on matters of legal, tax, land-use or other policy. The Oregon Agritourism Handbook is strictly written to provide information to individuals interested in pursuing an agritourism business. This information is intended as a guide and resource hub. It is the responsibility of the individual to determine and understand all applicable laws, rules and regulations for each specific business and location. This handbook only offers information on where and how to connect with those resources. In no way is the information compiled intended to replace advice obtained from professionals such as an attorney, insurance agent, financial planner or land-use planner. Content and outside links found in the Oregon Agritourism Handbook do not necessarily reflect the views of the State of Oregon, Travel Oregon or the Oregon Tourism Commission. While the writers of this content have taken precautions to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, please note that content is subject to change. The advice of qualified and licensed professionals should be sought before embarking on any new or expanded business venture.”