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Tigard, Oregon, is a Shopper’s (and Kayaker’s) Paradise

With a population of about 50,000, the city of Tigard (pronounced TIE-gurd) is located just south of Portland in southeastern Washington County. It is home to the region’s premier tax-free shopping destinations—Washington Square and Bridgeport Village—and has a community that is devoted to the arts, with the only professional musical theater company in the region.

Outdoor recreation opportunities in Tigard include easy access to the Tualatin River, which runs through much of Washington County.

Recreation is tops here, with Tigard’s Cook Park providing access to the Tualatin River, a calm waterway that is popular with paddlers. The Fanno Creek Greenway Trail (as well as the Tualatin River Water Trail) connects Cook Park to the Tualatin Community Park. Highlights of this trail include wetlands and ponds, oak forest and the flowered landscape of the Tupling Butterfly Garden.

Main Street, located in Tigard’s downtown, is home to where visitors may create a glass masterpiece at the area’s only public glass-blowing art studio. A few favorite local restaurants and a brewery also attract many to this reinvigorated downtown street.

For more information about Tigard, please visit the Tigard Chamber of Commerce, or check out the City of Tigard’s interactive guide, Inside Tigard.”

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Stash Tea Store

Stash Tea, with its 200 loose-leaf teas, more than 80 bagged teas and free in-house tea tastings, is a place to experience the world of tea.

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Big Al's

Fun seekers of all ages flock to Big Al’s for its upscale bowling lanes, thrilling arcade with 200 games, sports bar/grill with a 14ft. x 55 ft. big screen, and more.

Arts & Culture

Live Laugh Love Art

Live Laugh Love Art is a state-of-the-art glass-blowing studio and gallery in downtown Tigard where visitors can make their own hand-blown glass art works, acrylic painting or welded art.

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July is peak season for lavender in Tualatin Valley. Drive through the countryside and explore the fields of our favorite fragrant perennials and celebrate lavender days in Tualatin Valley.

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Take a “Brewcation”

Beer in Tualatin Valley is a big deal. With two dozen breweries in the valley alone, it’s a part of the vast Portland Region beer lovers call a “Beervana.”