Escape to Tualatin Valley
The pandemic hit small businesses hard with months of closures before gradual reopening was allowed in Oregon. Despite that, there are plenty of new restaurants and things to do in Oregon’s Tualatin Valley.
Downtown Beaverton is becoming Tualatin Valley's premier dining destination with nearly 60 restaurants within walking distance of the Beaverton Central MAX station.
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.
Harvest time is upon us in Oregon, and the fun definitely is at the many pumpkin patches and corn mazes that dot Tualatin Valley’s farmlands.
Washington County has been in Phase 1 of Oregon’s reopening plan since June 1. This phase includes the limited reopening of restaurants and bars, wineries and breweries and more.
There are dozens of murals, sculptures and more on display in cities across Oregon’s Tualatin Valley. Works explore the area’s history and heritage, honor its natural areas and show hope for the future.
While our Visitor Information Center is currently closed, we invite you to explore Oregon’s Tualatin Valley from the comfort of your home with our Virtual Visitors Center.
The beauty and appeal of Tualatin Valley is often hard to describe in words or even in pictures. Take a peek at our videos, which allow you to experience our Tualatin Valley.
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