The Tualatin Valley offers some of the most rewarding and affordable experiences in the Pacific Northwest
A day’s to-do list can include renting a kayak for a paddle down the Tualatin River, picking berries at a “u-pick” farm, tasting locally crafted wine, beer and spirits, and watching a stage performance to top it off.
There are hundreds of things to do and places to see in Oregon’s Tualatin Valley; it’s all up to you.
Looking for inspiration? Look no further than Oregon’s Washington County’s arts and culture scene.
Traveling with kids? We have an abundance of family-friendly attractions, providing hours of fun for the entire group. Whether you’re looking for an adrenaline rush or a low-key afternoon as a family, the Tualatin Valley has activities for kids and the kids-at-heart. Activities range from the heat of a glass blowing class to the cool air breezing past you on the zip line at Pumpkin Ridge Zip Tour.
Finally, after a day’s play, relax and recharge at a local spa or drop-in yoga class in preparation for another day of adventure in the Tualatin Valley.
Photos, clockwise, from top left: Tualatin Hills Nature Park, Banks-Vernonia State Trail, Downtown Beaverton, Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club