The Tualatin Valley Explorer
What’s Hot & New in Tualatin Valley?
While 2019 was a stellar year with new openings, we’re excited for 2020, when several new spots will be opening soon, bringing even more cool new places to eat, drink and sleep to the valley. See what’s new in 2020 >>>
Events to Mark on Your Calendar for 2020
Throughout the year, several signature events are held around Tualatin Valley, many showcasing the bounty of our agricultural region, whether it’s wine, beer or even pumpkins. Check out the list of things that are happening this year. Mark your calendars and start planning a Tualatin Valley adventure. See Tualatin Valley’s signature events >>>
Valentine’s Day Weekend in Tualatin Valley
This year, Valentine’s Day is on a Friday…AND it’s also Presidents Day weekend. So, why not take advantage of the long weekend with a trip to Tualatin Valley? From events to hotel deals, we’ve got the goods to impress your Valentine.
Dog-Friendly Breweries in Tualatin Valley
Tualatin Valley is the perfect place to travel with your four-legged friend, as many hotels, parks, trails, coffee shops, and wineries welcome friendly dogs, and breweries are no exception. If you’re looking to sample some of Oregon’s best brews, these places will make you and your pup feel right at home. Learn more >>>
Major Milestones Coming Up in 2020
We LOVE that Oregon’s birthday is February 14! We’re not only celebrating the state’s birthday, see what’s celebrating milestone years in Tualatin Valley this year. Read more >>>
We Are Blushing Over These Upcoming Wine Events
We are wild about wine in Tualatin Valley. If you love wine, then add these wine events to your calendar and make plans to visit Tualatin Valley to experience the magic of Oregon wine country. Learn more >>>
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Travelers to the Portland Region are lucky to have an easy, car-free way to get around. You can ride TriMet’s MAX light rail from the Portland International Airport all the way to Hillsboro. Along the way, you can stop and enjoy much of what Tualatin Valley has to offer.
While Portland has earned a reputation for some serious espresso, don’t overlook the expert and small-batch roasters in Tualatin Valley. Those who are crazy about coffee will go just about anywhere to get the really good stuff, which is why so many caffeine fiends sojourn to these four local craft coffee roasters (and two of our favorite coffeehouses).
Sure, Pinot Noir put Oregon’s Willamette Valley on the map, but, did you know that so many of our winemakers are making exquisite reds that are not Pinot Noir? In fact, many winegrowers and winemakers are expanding their wine portfolios to include other red wines. These are the four wineries to check out if you want to drink anything but a Pinot Noir.
Whether you want to take up a new hobby or expand your palate, there’s no place like Oregon’s Tualatin Valley to do it.
ualatin Valley is filled with excellent and often lively bird and wildlife habitats. So, bring your binoculars, scopes and cameras and head out on an Oregon birding and wildlife adventure at these top five bird watching spots in the region.
We welcome you to travel to Tualatin Valley with your pooch. From dog-friendly lodging to wineries where Fido is welcome, this is the definitive guide to navigating the destination with your favorite four-legged friend.
Our hotels are close to Portland and have many urban amenities, but are only a fraction of the cost. Plus, parking is always free, and our hotels do not charge any amenity/resort fees!
Our new hotels fit every budget and taste, from an extended-stay property to a hip, urban-style hotel. Plus, parking is free and these hotels do not charge a resort or amenities fee.
Our new keepsake Wine Tasting Guide is filled with information and handy tips, with room for tasting notes.