Welcome to the Tualatin Valley Virtual Visitors Center
While our Visitor Information Center is currently closed, we invite you to explore Oregon’s Tualatin Valley from the comfort of your home with our Virtual Visitors Center.
Oregon’s Tualatin Valley is the ideal getaway where you can escape the crowds, enjoy the outdoors and taste nature’s bounty. Find everything you need to plan your future trip with our digital visitors guide and wine tasting guide, sample itineraries and resources to find the perfect place to stay.
We are ready to welcome you when the time is right. Want more trip planning ideas and inspiration?
Please call us or send us an email.
Stay overnight at a historic hotel, camp under the stars at an RV park, or find a quaint roadside motel.
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
No matter how you want to spend your time in Oregon's Tualatin Valley, we have the scenic tour routes and trails to help you accomplish your mission.
The pandemic hit small businesses hard with months of closures before gradual reopening was allowed in Oregon. Despite that, there are plenty of new restaurants and things to do in Oregon’s Tualatin Valley.
Signature Pinot Gris (pronounced “pee-know gree”) grapes thrive in the Tualatin Valley and produce delectable, award-winning wines. The next time you are in the mood for seafood, pair your meal with a bottle of Tualatin Valley’s Pinot Gris.
Oregon’s Tualatin Valley has a strong and rich Hispanic and Latinx community. The area is home to the largest population of Latinx people in Oregon. Several organizations hold the community together as cultural centers for Latinx families.