Spend Less Time Planning and More Time Exploring
With so much to see and do in the Tualatin Valley, it can be overwhelming to fit everything in. Don’t spend time worrying about planning the perfect trip; we have sample itineraries that will provide ideas for fun outings for solo travelers, couples and even group travelers.
Sample itineraries cover a lot of activities and territory, including wildlife viewing, wine tasting, self-guided beer tour, outdoor recreation, and more.
Those in the know have done the homework—so you don’t have to—to help guide you to the best of the best in the valley.
Not all travelers are looking for snowy getaways during the winter months. In fact, some may seek out travel destinations that offer milder winter weather. While we cannot guarantee a snow-free getaway—Oregon weather is notoriously unpredictable—we do know that you will have a memorable visit in Tualatin Valley.
To help you plan your Tualatin Valley wine tasting getaway, we’ve put together some wine loops, that connect our wineries by a common theme, which will enhance your wine tasting experience.
Rain isn’t Oregon’s only liquid asset. Beyond the wine and beer of Tualatin Valley, a rainbow of libations can quench any thirst. As pioneers of Oregon’s cider and saké, Tualatin Valley welcomes in a new wave of coffee roasters and tea brewers to the mix.
Discover Hillsboro's craft brews during this self-guided, daylong tour of this city's best craft breweries.
Tax-free shopping abounds in the Tualatin Valley, with everything from high-end retail centers to antique shops and specialty boutiques in this one-day itinerary.
ample the tastes of the Tualatin Valley and discover wildlife at protected nature spaces, then drive to the pristine Oregon Coast with a day-trip to Tillamook County.
Sometimes we all need to reconnect with nature and the simpler joys of life. Next time you find yourself in the hustle and bustle of Portland, be sure to extend your stay so that you can experience farm life in the Tualatin Valley.
Hark! What’s that? I do believe it is the sound of birds calling you to the Tualatin Valley! Whether you’d like to try bird watching or you’re already a bona fide expert, the Tualatin Valley is the place to be for a one- or two-day trip to see our fine-feathered friends.
See quaint quilt pattern artworks painted on “quilt barns” in the region, while traveling to wineries in the heart of the Tualatin River basin. This two-day tour of the Tualatin Valley countryside begins and ends in the charming city of Forest Grove.
Explore the Tualatin Valley's sustainable wineries, in this one-day self-guided wine tour.
Don’t miss the whiskey distilleries and whiskey-dedicated bars that make the Tualatin Valley worth the trip for a tasty bourbon, rye or blended sip.
Traveling with a four-legged companion can be a challenge, yet dog-friendly options abound throughout the Tualatin Valley.
We've coupled a gorgeous bike ride with some of the region's best birdwatching spots to create the perfect itinerary for you. There is no shortage of spectacular birds to spot in the Tualatin Valley!
This three-day itinerary is perfect for travelers who love cycling and beer. Ride along the trails and reward yourself with the tasty craft beers at Tualatin Valley's esteemed breweries.
Nearly every inch of Tualatin Valley is prime for bird watching. However, with this handy one-day itinerary, you can combine two of your passions--birdwatching and wine tasting--into the ideal Tualatin Valley getaway.
Tax-free shopping and beer go hand-in-hand in Tualatin Valley. Two dozen breweries, plus two of Oregon's premier shopping centers keep beer and shopping lovers coming to the valley. Carve out a couple days and plan to shop and sip without breaking the bank.
Tualatin Valley boasts some of the best shopping in the state. Pair our premier shopping centers with birdwatching experiences, and you have a getaway that is uniquely Tualatin Valley!
Tax-free shopping and wine tasting go hand-in-hand in Tualatin Valley. More than 30 wineries, plus two of Oregon's premier shopping centers keep wine and shopping lovers coming to the valley. Carve out a couple days and plan to shop and sip without breaking the bank.