- TripBuzz found 296 things to do with kids in or near Aurora, Oregon, including 292 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like West Linn, Portland, Oregon City and Hillsboro.
- From Old Aurora Colony Museum to Fir Point Farms, the Aurora area offers 84 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Farms & Ranches, Parks and Movie Theaters.
- Aurora is located in the northwestern portion of Oregon and is just west of the Pudding River. The town is very small and is held within a rural area which boasts a number of farms, wineries, and outdoor recreational sites. The scenic landscapes also make it a popular place for hot air balloon rides.
95% 20 votes
Corner of Second & Liberty Sts, Aurora, OR 97002 MoreLess Info
A historic museum that showcases an 1850s era of Christian communal society, this is what the Old Aurora Colony Museum is about. It exhibits well-preserved buildings and houses of the Aurora community plus artifacts, archives and documents.
Founded in 1963, Aurora Colony Historical Society the is a group dedicated to preserving and displaying the history of the local area. The society operates a museum with a number of exhibits aimed to educate about local history and heritage.
As a family farm, Usher's Tree Farm grows Christmas trees and offer a variety of tree services like shearing, fertilizing, and more. Visitors are welcome to walk through the fields at their leisure to view the Christmas trees.
A Walk on the Wild Side is a rurally located, non-profit exotic animal rescue and preservation establishment. They accept a variety of unwanted animals, providing permanent homes as well as education about responsible animal ownership through yearly public events.
Knights Bridge Park provides river access as well as a number of trails for walking. Visitors can jump off small cliffs into the river and go swimming, or go kayaking, or go fishing for catches like salmon and crayfish.
As a family run operation, South Barlow Berries offers visitors a chance to pick their own berries during the summer season. The farm grows a variety of berries, including blueberries, blackberries, boysenberries, and silvanberries.
The Molalla River State Park is a veritable circus of amphibians, reptiles, small mammals, wading birds and waterfowls. People can enjoy wildlife viewing, boating, fishing, picnicking, checking out the blue heron rookery and hiking here.