Tualatin Valley beckons travelers with a wealth of enriching experiences. From exploring scenic nature reserves and savoring exquisite wines at local vineyards to indulging in farm-to-table dining and cultural discoveries, Tualatin Valley offers a diverse array of activities for every visitor to enjoy.
L.L. Stub Stewart State Park offers RV, cabins, tent and horse camping sites; day-use areas; multi-use non-motorized trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding; a disc golf course; an interpretive center; and access to the Banks-Vernonia State Trail. Trek in deep canyons or picnic in the shade, follow a woodland trail into the far reaches of the park.
After a stretch in the sun, choose a quiet campsite or cozy cabin to relax under the stars. The park has 21 miles of paved/multi-use trail (Banks-Vernonia State Trail); 20 miles of natural surface trails; 21 holes of disc golf; 8 miles of mountain bike-specific trails; a trail-based orienteering course; geocache sites; and wildlife viewing areas. Park rangers offer guided hikes/tours, campground activities and programs, and an interpretive/discovery center (exhibits and activities).
Dairy Creek Farm & Produce is an 18-acre farm located on Highway 47, just north of Highway 26 on the way to L.L. “Stub” Stewart State Park. The farm produces a great selection of honey, beeswax candles, lotion bars, and soaps, along with other bee products that are derived from their hives located in the surrounding areas of the farm. Available for pick-up only.