- TripBuzz found 163 things to do with kids in or near Carlton, Oregon, including 161 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Hillsboro, Wilsonville, Sherwood and Beaverton.
- From Willamette Coast Ride to Jake Price Stables/Grand Oaks Farm, the Carlton area offers 88 different types of family activities, including: Horseback Riding, Parks, Movie Theaters and Farms & Ranches.
- Carlton is a very small rural town that is surrounded by open land and farms. The climate and soil make it ideal for many types of wine grapes, meaning that multiple vineyards are in the local area. While most of the nearby vineyards offer tours, the town itself also has several tasting rooms, winemaking studios, and cellars.
A regional park, Frenchmanâ€™s Bar Park spans 120 scenic acres along the banks of the Columbia River. The park features picnic shelters, barbecue grills, playground equipment, restrooms, and a two and a half mile hiking trail.
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I-205 to exit 10, Oregon City, OR 97045 MoreLess Info
The Oregon City Municipal Elevator is a 130-foot historical city landmark. In the old days, it was used to connect two neighborhoods in Oregon. It is famous for its flying saucer appearance and it is located in the metropolis of Oregon City.
Located in Vancouver, Washington, the Academy is a registered historical building displaying much of its original architecture. It is a venue for over 60 small businesses, as well as a chapel, ballroom, and auditorium.
This shallow 15 foot lake accommodates kayaking, canoeing, swimming, rowing and windsurfing, while the 2.5 mile long park has bird watching of water fowl and mated pairs of bald eagles, sane volleyball and picnicking. It connects to Frenchman's Bar Park.
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612 East Reserve Street, Vancouver, WA 98661 MoreLess Info
This reconstructed 19th century trading post is over 360 acres filled with replicas of the original buildings, an air museum, a gift shop, a visitor's center and Officer's Row. Self-guided, Audio and guided tours are available.
A collection of artifacts related to the county and the Pacific Northwest can be found at the Clark County Historical Museum. The museum offers educational lectures and exhibits from Native American history to the building of Interstate 5.
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One street north of East Evergreen Boulevard, Vancouver, WA MoreLess Info
Twenty-two fully restored Victorian homes that used to house historical figures such as Ulysses S. Grant and General George C. Marshal line this twenty-one acre national park. Several are open for the public to tour, including a restaurant in the Grant house.
As one of the last spruce mill era hangars still standing, this museum provides a look at the 'Golden Age of Aviation'. It has been adapted to accommodate private parties of up to 300 guests and is located on the grounds of the Fort Vancouver National historic Site.
A home-style restaurant is nestled inside the refurbished home of Ulysses S. Grant. On the top floor of the Grant House is the Ulysses Club used for private business meetings and parties. There is a live entertainment schedule and super club as well.
Kilchis Park is a public park and campground offering a number of different recreational amenities for visitors to use. These amenities include a playground, numerous picnic areas, hot showers, and many areas for hiking and swimming.