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Fall Story Ideas


Fall Story Ideas

The Tualatin Valley comes alive during the autumn months. Family-friendly pumpkin patches and corn mazes, wine tasting and more are popular pastimes here in the fall. The following are some story ideas that complement a round-up or feature story.

  • Haunted Tualatin Valley: Looking for October and Halloween-themed content? The Tualatin Valley has several “haunted” attractions that would fit into several destination round-up stories, including a haunted hotel (McMenamins Grand Lodge), university campus (Pacific University), theaters and more.
  • Fall Foliage Viewing: September and October is the season for “leaf-peeping” in Oregon’s Washington County. This picturesque season is best viewed by car, bicycle and kayak/canoe, with the help of tips of where to see fall colors. See more>>>
  • Bird Watching: Check off birds on your “Life List” with a visit to the Tualatin Valley. With five protected birding areas, as well as nearly a dozen parks, forests and natural areas that are popular spots for bird and wildlife watching, the valley has become a birder’s paradise. Best times of the year for birding in the Tualatin Valley is spring and early fall, during migration seasons. See more >>>