- TripBuzz discovered 85 different types of activities for couples in the Sherwood area, including Parks (like Snyder Park), Winery/Vineyard (like Ponzi Vineyards), Farms & Ranches (like Baggenstos Farm) and Walking Trails (like Magness Memorial Tree Farm), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 445 date ideas in or near Sherwood, Oregon, including 422 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Portland, Newberg, West Linn and Dundee.
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53215 E Marmot Road, Sandy, OR 97055 MoreLess Info
With Stout Creek Outfitters – Private Day Tours, guests can take SUP Yoga classes, during which they enter poses while on a board. Other lessons and activities including whitewater rafting and a water rescue workshop.
Larch Mountain is one of Oregon's extinct volcanoes and premier hiking locations. The mountain features exciting hiking trails that lead up to the volcano's caldera and alongside bubbling creeks, lending breathtaking views of the surrounding area.
Since Roger Tofte envisioned turning his backyard into a storybook wonderland for his small daughters, Enchanted Forest Theme Park has been enchanting its small visitors. The park offers kiddie rides based on popular classic stories.
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Interstate Highway 84, Corbett, OR 97019 MoreLess Info
Named after Simon Benson, a lumber magnate and philanthropist, the Benson State Recreation Area is a lakeside park. Visitors to the park will find several picnic shelters, a disc golf course, and fishing areas.
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45500 Wilson River Highway (Oregon 6), Tillamook, OR MoreLess Info
The Tillamook Forest Center has a 40-foot replica of a forest fire lookout tower, a 250-foot long suspension bridge, numerous hiking trails and a documentary film. The film tells the story behind the four wildfires that destroyed 355,000 acres of the Tillamook Forest.
2565 Riverside Rd. S., Salem, OR 97306 MoreLess Info
Established in 1982, the Ankeny Vineyard is a winery and vineyard that specializes in the production of Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, and Chardonnay. Tasting of the wines produced is available to the public as well as by private appointment.
The Mount Hood National Forest comprises over 60 miles of terrain at the base of Mount Jefferson, with hiking, horseback and cross country ski trails, rafting and fishing, alongside picnic and campgrounds. Visit Timberline Lodge, a Depression-era National Historical Monument now operated as a hotel and lodge.
Sitting on 550-acres of land, the Wildwood Recreation Site is a recreational park that features dense vegetation, Western Red Cedar trees, and hiking trails. The site also has athletic fields, outdoor picnic kitchens, and group shelters.