Our Favorite Trip Ideas from a Challenging Year
Well, 2020 is finally almost over. And what it year it was! Here in Tualatin Valley, we are looking forward to the new year and want to take a moment to close out the year with some of our favorite Trip Ideas of 2020.
Wine Pairings: Charcuterie and Cheese Board
While this holiday season may not involve the same parties with extended friends and family we may be used to, the season is still the perfect excuse to treat yourself to some Oregon wine. Build yourself a charcuterie and cheese board that pairs well with wines from Oregon’s Tualatin Valley. See which wineries are open for tastings on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day >>>
Explore What’s New in Tualatin Valley
Despite the challenging time we live in, there are plenty of new restaurants and things to do in our part of Oregon. Check out some of what’s new in Tualatin Valley at spots that are eager to welcome locals and future visitors alike.
Tips for the Best Tualatin Valley Road Trip
A road trip is a great way to travel as it allows you to create your own itinerary and stop along the way to explore and experience new places like a local. Whether you’re driving to Oregon’s Tualatin Valley for a day trip or you plan to stay a week, these road trip tips will help make your trip memorable.
Explore the Colorful Murals of Tualatin Valley
As you walk the main streets of Tualatin Valley’s cities, keep an eye out for beautiful works of art in the most unlikely of places. Over the last 15 years, a variety of murals, some as large as billboards, have been painted on the side of buildings bringing pops of color to the city streets.
Celebrate Tualatin Valley’s Black-Owned Businesses
Oregon’s Tualatin Valley is the most culturally diverse region in the entire state of Oregon. Here, many cultures are represented, resulting in a robust culinary scene. We want to celebrate the Black-owned businesses that add to the flavors of Tualatin Valley.
All About Alpacas in Tualatin Valley
Oregon’s Tualatin Valley is home to a plethora of livestock farms. A drive through the scenic agricultural areas of this part of Oregon will give you a great show of cows, horses, sheep and more, but those furry long-necked guys you see out there aren’t llamas, they’re alpacas!