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.
Built in 1927, and set in Tualatin Valley wine country, this golf course features 18 holes of rolling terrain in scenic farmland, a driving range, four putting greens, and a practice bunker. A pro shop, coffee shop, banquet room and cocktail lounge are located in the Clubhouse.
Pop into the clubhouse for homemade ice cream and milkshakes, made with local ingredients, and freshly made pizzas. Enjoy the fully stocked bar and the new cedar deck.
When it comes to pre- and post-tournament activities, Forest Hills offers more than 1,500 square feet of space. The banquet room offers an ideal atmosphere for dining, score keeping, and/or entertainment for up to 144 people. It is both heated and cooled, has a PA system with microphone capabilities, and is adjacent to the lounge and patio, which makes it great for company outings, meetings, or tournament dinners or lunches.
Duyck’s Peachy Pig Farm is a family-friendly and family-owned and operated working farm open to the public. The farm features a large variety of animals to be seen and touched, picnic tables and a great view of the valley from their orchards.
A variety of u-pick produce is available throughout the growing season, and many items are available “ready-picked” as well. Fresh nuts are also available, including free cracking. Additional fun includes farm animal tours from May through November.
From mid-September through October, the farm offers Halloween pumpkins in patch and baby pumpkins, decorator cornstalks, a petting zoo, and an indoor market.
Open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., May through December.
Crawford’s Nursery and Produce offers a wonderful selection of u-pick produce during the summer and through the fall harvest season. Located in Cornelius, Crawford’s fantastic farm stand offers fresh produce, friendly service, and low prices. Blueberries are their specialty. Like most u-pick locations come prepared as Crawford’s is cash only.
Open daily May through Thanksgiving; 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Please call ahead to confirm produce availability and hours.
Unger Farms offers strawberries (in season), flowers, fresh produce, jams, salsa, jerky, bread mixes, kettle corn, gifts and more. Be sure to check out the Berry Café for smoothies, shortcake, waffles, hot sandwiches and other great food. Come for a visit and enjoy the view of the scenic pond and bask in peace and quiet at the farm.
Harlemann Park is a community park located at the intersection of South 10th and Heather Streets in Cornelius. The park offers recreational opportunities including a picnic shelter, two ball fields, four horseshoe pits, seven basketball hoops and a lighted tennis court.
Host your next event at Centro Cultural’s 2,085 square foot main hall located in downtown Cornelius. In “La Plaza”, the center’s large hall, groups of up to 200 are welcome. Visit their website for more information.