Say “Aloha” to Aloha, Oregon
Aloha (pronounced “a-LOW-ah”) is an unincorporated community located between the cities of Beaverton and Hillsboro.
Although Aloha is an unincorporated community, it has all of the amenities of a city, including a post office, library and schools. Several restaurants and shops are available here, and Aloha is home to one of the region’s most prestigious golf courses, The Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club.
Beer lovers can try new brews at The 649 Taphouse and Bottle Shop featuring 20 taps of craft beer and kombucha. Gamers will enjoy the selection of children’s games, strategy games and disc golf products at Rainy Day Games.
When driving on Tualatin Valley Highway (Hwy 8), don’t forget to wave to Harvey the Rabbit, Aloha’s famous roadside attraction.
The Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club ranks among the best golf clubs in Oregon.
Harvey the Roadside Attraction
Harvey the Rabbit is a beloved Aloha icon. Just be sure to wave hello while driving by.
The 649 is a community-centered pub serving craft beers, ciders, cocktails, wine and food in a friendly, upscale atmosphere.