Tualatin Oregon Things To Do
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You can also take the six-kilometer Tualatin Arts Walk and visit the Old Town Sherwood Art Walk, which takes place every quarter. Scoggins Valley Park offers a bike share program with a variety of cycling and walking options for all ages. Town Center Park also features an outdoor amphitheater with live music, food trucks and a children's playground.
If you are driving through Willamette Valley and would like to visit more vineyards, read on for more information. Activities and attractions include the Tualatin Valley uncorked vineyard, a wine tasting room and Phillipz Vineyards in Portland. If you're preparing for a trip to the Gresham area of Oregon or are a first-time traveler of the Willamettes Valley, read our guide to get ready for the journey through the TUALATIN Valley.
There are over 200 hectares of parks near Tualatin, including Willamette Valley National Wildlife Refuge and Gresham National Forest. In addition to hiking, biking, camping, fishing and other outdoor activities, it also does a lot for the conservation of wildlife and natural areas in and around it.
Lake Oswego is known for its thriving arts and culture, but Tualatin is also home to one of the largest and most diverse cultural centers in Oregon, home to a variety of museums, galleries, art galleries and other cultural institutions. Hillsboro and Beaverton, despite their small size, host several performing arts venues, including the Oregon Museum of Art, Oregon State University and Portland Art Museum.
The park has something for almost everyone to do in the Wilsonville area, including exploring the Oregon Wine Route, spending the day in the park or looking back in history. Boat rental is available and in the summer months it is the perfect activity.
Located slightly closer to Hillsboro, the Oak Knoll Winery is an ideal base for Nike and Intel meetings. The tasting room is located on the corner of North Main Street and South Main Avenue, just a few blocks from Nike headquarters. Visit the Vertigo Brewery and Taproom to sample a selection of Oregon microbrews, or visit Cornelius Pass Roadhouse and Imbrie Hall, an authentic homestead that also houses a brewery and distillery.
Washington County includes the Tualatin Valley and is part of the northwest corner of the Willamette Valley, but it is also home to Nike, and this is where I live. Washington County is the second largest county in Oregon with a population of about 1.5 million people. It covers parts of Beaverton, Hillsboro, Portland, Eugene and Salem, as well as the city of Portland, and includes the city of Hillsborough, which is only a few miles from Nike's headquarters and Nike's headquarters. Near St. Paul is a small town of about 5,000 people, about a half-hour drive from Portland. There are a number of restaurants, bars, shops, hotels and other shops in this area.
There is no better place to get an idea of what life was like on the Oregon Trail than in Tualatin. Oregon has one of the highest drought rates in the United States and the second highest rainfall rate in Europe due to its abundance of rainfall.
Built for the Oregon Centennial in 1959, this 37-foot statue is located at the intersection of North Interstate and Denver Avenue. There is a fountain and there are pedal boats to rent, but forget the city center, there is no highway. If you are in the parking lot of Tualatin Waterfront Park (south of Interstate 5), it takes about 15 minutes to get there because it is across the street and not too far from downtown.
Whether you're an experienced oenophile or a wine lover, the Willamette Valley in Oregon (oregonwinecountry.org) has wineries that cater for almost every taste. The tasting room is located in a bottle ageing cellar, making it a cool place to literally relax and taste award-winning wines from the region's top winemakers. You don't have to drive all the way to the Will Valley to taste local wines.
It is almost criminal to call the Wallauer See-Tramway an attraction by the roadside, because it is not exactly a cheerful attraction. It is certainly a Swiss gondola from the 1970s, but it is certainly a unique experience that is certainly unique. Overlooking a landmark in downtown Oregon City, the famous Municipal Elevator offers spectacular views of Willamette Falls and the newly renovated Oregon City. There is even a sea lion, which has been attracting generations of visitors since 1931.
Perhaps one of Oregon's strangest roadside attractions is a large, creepily realistic fly perched atop a small public restroom at O'Brien's Country Store near the California border.