- TripBuzz found 307 things to do with kids in or near Beaverton, Oregon, including 290 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like West Linn, Vancouver, Portland and Hillsboro.
- From Sunset Lanes to Wunderland, the Beaverton area offers 86 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Parks and Rock Climbing.
- Located seven miles to the west of Portland, Beaverton has a population of under 90,000. The home of the world headquarters of famous athletic gear corporation, Nike Inc., the city is also part of the Silicon Forest. The Atfalati, a Native American tribe, had settled the area before its population shrunk during the 18thand 19thcenturies.
With 960 acres of snow covered trails, Mt. Hood Ski Bowl is one of the most popular ski areas in the region. The resort also offers special snow tubing areas and ski lessons for both children and beginning adults.
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.
The Portland Japanese Garden is 5.5-acres. The garden has five parts; The Strolling Path Garden featuring a 100-year five-tiered pagoda lantern; the natural garden with water features; the sand and stone garden like a Japanese rock garden; Fiat garden featuring evergreens and azaleas; and the tea garden featuri…
A sports complex, Westlake Park provides fields for soccer, baseball and softball along with courts for basketball and tennis. The park has a children's playground, a shelter with picnic tables and restroom facilities.
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2 Mount Jefferson Ter, Lake Oswego, OR 97035 MoreLess Info
Measuring 45,000 square feet, Mountain Park Clubhouse features an aquatic center with pools and a spa along with a fitness center with cardio equipment and athletic courts. It also offers fitness classes, a game room, a preschool and computers.
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400 Southwest Kingston Avenue, Portland, OR 97201 MoreLess Info
The International Rose Test Garden is one of 24 gardens designated as a test garden by the All-America Rose Selections, and one of six test gardens for miniature roses recognized by the American Rose Society. The garden is the oldest public garden of its kind in the United States.
At Baggenstos Farm, visitors can tour fields of produce, from berries to corn fields. Depending on the season, visitors can walk through spooky hay maze, pick a pumpkin from a pumpkin patch, or cut down a Christmas tree.
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.