The Washington County Visitors Association produces a collection of visitor information materials that will help travelers, as well as locals, navigate their way through Oregon’s Tualatin Valley. From handy maps to a visitor guide to attractions, wineries, breweries, hotels and more, these materials are free for visitors, local residents and businesses.
What Materials Do We Produce?
Official Tualatin Valley Visitor Guide: The visitor guide is a magazine-size guide that is chock-full of information about things to see and do and places to stay in Tualatin Valley. The guide also includes handy maps, itineraries and more to help you plan your Tualatin Valley getaway.
Tualatin Valley Ale Trail Passport: The new Ale Trail Passport is a new passport program and guide to introduce beer lovers to the wealth of craft beer in Tualatin Valley. From the ubiquitous McMenamins to small-batch brewers making IPAs, stouts, porters and more – the Ale Trail has something for each beer connoisseur.
Tualatin Valley Wine Guide: The updated Tualatin Valley Wine Guide is a rack card-sized guide to wineries and tasting rooms in the Tualatin Valley. Each winery section includes winery information, a list of wine varietals available and room for tasting notes.
Tualatin Valley Tourism Map: The new Tualatin Valley Tourism Map is a foldout map of Tualatin Valley and its attractions.
Quilt Barn Trail of Tualatin Valley Brochure and Map: The Quilt Barn Trail brochure and map features brief descriptions of Tualatin Valley’s 59 quilt barn blocks and their locations, plus four suggested driving trails to plan a self-guided tour.