Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon's Tualatin Valley
Grapes at Alloro Vineyard in Sherwood, Oregon
Tualatin Valley by the Numbers


Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club in North Plains, Oregon

The Tualatin Valley by the Numbers

Oregon’s Tualatin Valley is comprised of:

58 lodging properties, including business-class hotels, unique boutique properties and budget hotels

35+ u-pick and ready-picked farms with crops including berries, lavender, peaches, apples, pears, trees, pumpkins and more (open seasonally)

30+ wineries with tasting rooms, including the only American owned and operated large-production, craft saké brewer, SakéOne

20+ breweries, including 11 brewery taprooms and 18 brewpubs

12+ farmers’ markets, including the largest all-agricultural market in the state, the Beaverton Farmers’ Market (markets open seasonally; Beaverton Farmers’ Market open year-round)

12+ cycling and hiking trails, including the 21-mile Banks-Vernonia State Trail, a rails-to-trails initiative, and the 50-mile Tualatin Valley Scenic Bikeway

12 semi-private and public golf clubs, including Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club and The Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club, both ranked among the top courses in Oregon (plus 2 exclusive, members-only clubs)

8 nature and wildlife preserves with hiking trails, including the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge, one of only a handful of urban refuges in the country

3 unique museums, including the Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks and Minerals, the largest museum of its kind in the Pacific Northwest; Classic Aviation Museum, a working hangar featuring vintage military and commercial planes; and the Washington County Museum, with local and national exhibits

3 spirit distillery tasting rooms: Big Bottom Whiskey, Stein Distillery and Indio Spirits

2 zip-line parks: Tree to Tree Adventure Park, the first aerial ropes course of its kind in Oregon, and Pumpkin Ridge Zip Tours

2 recreational waterways, including Henry Hagg Lake and the Tualatin River National Water Trail

3 professional theatre companies, including the region’s only professional musical theatre company, Broadway Rose, and contemporary theatre company Bag&Baggage

2 premier high-end retail centers: Washington Square and Bridgeport Village

1 state parkL. “Stub” Stewart State Park–with camping, hiking, cycling and equestrian trails, plus a horse camp, 18-hole disc golf course and single-track freeride mountain bike trail

1 state forest: Tillamook State Forest*—with camping, off-road and hiking trails

1 national water trail: Tualatin River a 40-mile, slow-moving river that spans the Tualatin Valley

*The Tillamook Forest spans several Oregon counties; a portion of the Tillamook Forest is in Washington County, including camping and off-road areas.