- The list below includes 30 free or cheap things to do in or near Tillamook, Oregon, including 54 different types of inexpensive activities like Aviation Museums, Parks, Fishing and Bowling.
- From Tillamook Forest Center to Cape Lookout State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Tillamook and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Pacific City and Cannon Beach.
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.
Boiler Bay State Wayside is a scenic outlook that provides remarkable views of the bay and of local wildlife. A rocky shore, the Wayside produces dramatic waves, and is a good place to watch sea birds and even whales.
Visitors will delight in glimpsing migrating gray whales at the Whale Watching Center, which features the Whale Watching Spoken Here volunteer program. Guests can learn about the majestic creatures and watch them blow, dive and breach in the coastal waters.
At Hillsboro Stadium, visitors can watch practice and community events for lacrosse, football, soccer, and more. Surrounding the stadium are other sports fields like a softball complex, as well as a wood chip playground.
Since 2012, Vertigo Brewing has been providing the Hillsboro community with a delicious selection of standard and seasonal beers. The brewery solely serves beer and non-alcoholic beverages in their tasting room and features a food truck on select weekend days.
Situated on 21 acres of wooded terrain, Orchard Park features access to Rock Creek via a set of trails suitable for walking and biking. The park also offers a disc golf course, a children's playground, picnic tables and park benches.
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92343 Fort Clatsop Road, Astoria, OR 97103 MoreLess Info
Fort Clatsop National Memorial is a historical state park which contains the site where the famous Lewis and Clark Expedition camped during 1805-06 including a replica of the original fort built by the explorers. The memorial features a visitor center and offers ranger-guided tours of nature trails.