- 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.
Owned by an instructor with over four decades of fly-fishing experience, Ron Lauzon's Fly Fishing School teaches individuals of all skill levels the art of fly-fishing. Private, group, or corporate classes are offered and all are instructed by Ron Lauzon.
Sandy Historical Society Inc. is an 8,500 sq ft museum that contains information on local history and a historical display of the logging industry from the mid 1800s among other displays. There is also a gift shop inside.
Live plays and entertainment are offered through the Sandy Actors Theatre all year round rather than during an established performance season. Drama, comedy, and mystery are some of the genres covered by the theater, and actors are locals rather than professionals.
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40285 SE George Road, Estacada, OR 97023 MoreLess Info
The Horse Sense Riding School provides riding lessons for students ages 4 - 79. They serve a diverse population without regard to income, handicap or ability including disabled youth and adults, at risk youth, and low income families.
Rather than a simple park, the Talking Water Gardens is actually an engineered treatment wetland to help with water reclamation in the surrounding area. The gardens are still open to the public and offer multiple walking trails and natural attractions.
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503 First Avenue W., Albany, OR 97321 MoreLess Info
Initiated in 2004, the Historic Carousel and Museum is one-step closer to creating a world classe carousel complex in the downtown area of Albany. Once done, the carousel will hold at least 52 hand carved and hand painted animal menagerie.