Escape to Tualatin Valley
The star of Oregon’s wine country, Pinot Noir can be found at most wineries in Oregon’s Tualatin Valley. Pair your next bottle of Pinot Noir with one of Tualatin Valley’s specialties, handcrafted pizza.
We need more space these days and with summer in full swing, dining outside has never been better. In Oregon’s Tualatin Valley, many businesses are expanding their outdoor dining space to allow more space for more people.
The state of Oregon issued a "Stay Home" order to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. These measures have slowed the spread, and destinations are planning to reopen. Read more about Phase I of reopening.
As avid cyclists are compelled to pedal outside of their hometowns and into new, exciting locations, many find the perfect ride along the Tualatin Valley Scenic Bikeway.
During a time when many of our favorite events, activities and trips have been put on hold, escaping to the great outdoors has never been more appealing.
Wineries, breweries, restaurants and shops are slowly reopening. Here is a guide to what you can do now that some restrictions have been lifted during Tualatin Valley’s Phase 1 of reopening.
We are being asked to do a simple yet monumental thing these days — stay home. It can be difficult but it doesn’t have to be boring with these virtual activities you can enjoy at home.
We miss you and can’t wait for the time when you can come back and experience Tualatin Valley. When you’re ready to travel we’ll be here.
Events & Festivals
Request a complimentary printed Visitor Guide, Wine Guide, Quilt Barn Trail Map, Bike Map and Tualatin River Water Trail Map, or view our digital visitor guide.Maps & Guides