- The list below includes 261 free or cheap things to do in or near Hillsboro, Oregon, including 83 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Other Entertainment.
- From Rood Bridge Park to Hondo Dog Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Hillsboro and in nearby cities within 25 miles like West Linn, Vancouver, Portland and Lake Oswego.
Hondo Dog Park, Hillsboro's first dog park, is named after a police dog who died in the line of duty. The park features a fire hydrant memorial in addition to many other amenities such as drinking fountains, winter shelters and separate areas for small and large dogs.
Situated on 38 acres of heavily wooded terrain, Noble Woods Park provides access to Rock Creek and areas for wildlife viewing. The park offers walking paths through nature areas, boardwalks, park benches and picnic facilities.
53rd Avenue Community Park offers diverse outdoor areas for play and recreation including artificial turf multi-sport fields, and lighted fields for soccer and lacrosse. There are also tennis courts, a basketball court and a children's play area.
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Bald Peak Road at Holly Hill Road, Hillsboro, OR 97123 MoreLess Info
Surrounded by busy nightlife and the fast-paced city is the quiet and serene Bald Peak State Park. Locals and visitors take refuge in the parks peaceful surroundings, enjoying the areas walking trails, picnic areas and stunning views.
Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve is a local wildlife preserve situated along the Tualatin River and provides a natural habitat and sanctuary to a wide range of animal species including herons, otters and beavers as well as a number of rare bird species.
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953 SE Maple St, Hillsboro, OR 97123 MoreLess Info
Locals enjoy both the indoor and outdoor amenities of the Shute Park Aquatic and Recreation Center. The center features three pools, offering group and private swimming classes, as well as an indoor recreation and fitness center that offers cardio machines, a weight room and personal trainers.
Chief Kno-Tah at Shute Park is a 25-foot tall, 250,000-pound statue that was named for a local tribal chief and is a landmark in the 13-acre community park. Around the statue, visitors can enjoy open space and many amenities.