- TripBuzz discovered 85 different types of activities for couples in the Beaverton area, including Movie Theaters (like Cinetopia Progress Ridge 14), Nature & Wildlife Areas (like Tualatin Hills Nature Park), Winery/Vineyard (like Ponzi Vineyards) and Parks (like Magnolia Park), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 426 date ideas in or near Beaverton, Oregon, including 409 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Portland, Newberg, West Linn and Dundee.
Lake Grove Swim Park is an area shaded by trees overlooking Oswego Lake. The park provides a playground for kids, ping pong, volleyball and tetherball. There is a wading pool for children under 8 and ample picnic space.
Producing less than 500 cases of wine each year, Monte Ferro Winery exclusively sources from vineyards that are salmon safe and environmentally friendly. Many labels have earned high marks and won awards in many wine publications.
A nonprofit symphony composed of all local musicians, the Hillsboro Symphony Orchestra performs a wide variety of different musical programs year-round. They also feature a 'symphony showcase,' or short performance and question and answer session with individual musicians.
At the Tualatin Community Park, visitors can play on the site's three sports fields and basketball courts, making this a suitable location for a pickup game. The site also contains tennis courts and a skate park.
One Center Court, Portland, OR 97227 MoreLess Info
Rose Quarter is a performance venue that hosts performances from artists like Fleetwood Mac and Jimmy Buffett as well as Disney on Ice shows. Additionally, the arena is the home of the Portland Winterhawks WHL team.
808 SE Morrison St., Portland, OR 97214 MoreLess Info
The Grand Central Restaurant and Bowling Lounge features twelve lanes with computerized scoring, HD projection screens and couches. The location also hosts college football viewing parties and an arcade game room.
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19255 SW Pacific Hwy, Sherwood, OR MoreLess Info
A haven for wildlife and those who visit, Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge is a serene place to escape the city. The area offers a rich, diversified selection of wildlife, and is popular for walking, hiking, picnics and bird watching.