Sample Itineraries for Oregon’s Tualatin Valley
Spend Less Time Planning and More Time Exploring
With so much to see and do in 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.
NOTE: Several businesses may not be open, or may required advanced reservations due to COVID-19. We recommend that you contact businesses before visiting.
As we slowly ease our way into fall, here are a couple of mini road trips close to home that showcase the beauty of Tualatin Valley.
Fall is in the air—catch it in Tualatin Valley, home to some of the area’s best farms, wineries and trails that sport the season’s most vibrant colors, and drenched in hues of earthy golds, oranges, reds and browns.
Tualatin Valley is an ideal location for a road trip, and this destination makes an excellent home base for adventures throughout the region.
There’s an art to making fine-crafted beverages that reaches far beyond the community of winemakers and beer brewers.
Do you enjoy the arts, culture and humanities? Then, you just may be a “cultural traveler,” defined as one who has a thirst for authentic cultural experiences, including the arts, cuisine and history.
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.
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!
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.
As the days get chillier, we’re looking for ways to warm up and get cozy. It’s officially soup season and Oregon’s Tualatin Valley has a range of restaurants serving up delicious and warming meals.
Tualatin Valley is perfect for fall hiking, biking and bird watching — even when it’s a little chillier out. Here are ways to escape the house and enjoy the outdoors this fall.
From Pilsners and Pale Ales to Porters and Imperial Stouts, Tualatin Valley offers a large variety of breweries and taprooms pouring every shade imaginable of craft beer.