Hiking in Oregon's Tualatin Valley
What Is Now Open


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What’s Open  in Oregon’s Tualatin Valley

While most of Tualatin Valley’s businesses are now open for business, due to COVID-19 restrictions some businesses may be limited to takeout or outdoor dining only.  Currently, fully vaccinated patrons may be allowed to enter businesses without a mask; however, proof of vaccination may be required. Businesses may also require everyone to wear a mask regardless of vaccine status.

Tualatin Valley’s Wineries

Tualatin Valley’s wineries are open to visitors. Most are open by reservation only; however, some may allow walk-ins. Please see individual listings or visit their websites for specific guidelines at each winery.

Craft Breweries, Brewpubs and Taprooms

Several breweries and brewpubs have expanded their outdoor seating areas. Please note that events, such as trivia nights, may not be happening at this time. Please see individual listings for specific guidelines at each brewery, taprooms and brewpubs.


Restaurants are allowed to serve people indoors and outside, with limited seating. Some still are open for takeout only. Reservations are highly recommended at some locations, as restaurants will be adhering to strict physical distancing requirements, including limiting the number of people allowed inside the restaurant. Please check individual restaurant sites to check current operation status.

Other Businesses:

  • Malls and retail centers are open and have expanded their hours of operation. Check with their websites for complete hours of operation.
  • Outdoor recreation — including nature parks and refuges, water recreation and hiking trails–are open for day use.

We’re open. We’re Ready. All that’s missing is YOU!

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.

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