Attending an Event in Portland?
Stay & Play Just Minutes Away in the Tualatin Valley!
The action is here, where easy access, free parking and proximity to the region’s best attractions make an overnight stay even more pleasurable. Whether you’re playing in a tournament, watching athletes compete, or just in Portland for the myriad things to see and do, plan a visit to the Tualatin Valley to enhance your stay.
Hotels in the Tualatin Valley are a great value! Plus, here in the Tualatin Valley, parking is safe, ample and free, and you never have to pay overnight fees to park your car. Come visit and experience friendly faces and a variety of lodging types.
Upcoming Portland-area Events
MusicFest Northwest Presents Project Pabst (August 26-27)
The Bite of Oregon (September 1-4)
Rose City ComicCon (September 8-10)
El Grito Fiestas Patrias (September 16)
Feast Portland (September 14-17)
Portland Fashion Week (September 20-24)
Portland Marathon (October 8)
Portland Film Festival (October 30-November 5)
Phil Knight Basketball Invitational (Nov. 23-26)
Scenically situated between downtown Portland and the Oregon Coast, the Tualatin Valley is just minutes from Portland, making it easy to travel to and from the sporting action by car, bus or light-rail transportation.
As the gateway to the Willamette Valley, the Tualatin Valley boasts more than 30 wineries. Taste a great Oregon wine, visit the world’s only American owned-and-operated large-production saké brewery, and check out the more than a dozen craft beer breweries, right here on the outskirts of “beervana.”
Nature lovers, cyclists, hikers, shutterbugs and bird watchers flock here year-round to take in the sights and sounds of the great outdoors. Plus, two zip-line parks make it easy to add a higher level of excitement to any visit.
Come play your way here in the Tualatin Valley and plan a visit or extend your stay!
We have a lodging option for every taste and style. Plus, in most cases, parking is free, room tax is minimal, and the value of a good deal for a nice stay takes precedence.
Portland may be known for its award-winning restaurants, but did you know that the Tualatin Valley is home to some of the Portland area's best and most authentic global dining experiences?
The Tualatin Valley is the closest wine country to Portland, with more than 30 wineries.