- 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.
Lined with forests and cliffs, Oregon Coast offers visitors miles of beaches for surfing, boating, fishing, and other outdoor activities. During low tide, visitors can walk out onto the shore to explore tidal pools for small marine creatures.
The feature of Canyon Drive Park that locals espouse the most is that it lies adjacent to a secluded beachfront that provides visitors with seaside relaxation during the summer. The park also offers restroom facilities and a marked trail.
The Jennifer Sears Glass Studio is a city owned facility with four resident artists. Visitors can blow their own glass objects, including paperweights and fluted bowls, under the supervision of the artists.
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4907 SW Highway 101, Lincoln City, OR 97367 MoreLess Info
The North Lincoln County Historical Museum features life in North Lincoln County starting in the late 1800s through 1965. The museum is located in the historical fire station built in 1941.
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40700 E Historic Columbia River Highway, Corbett, OR 97014 MoreLess Info
Built in 1918, The Vista House At Crown Point serves as an historic rest area and scenic observatory overlooking the Columbia River. Part of a larger state park, the structure also contains a museum gift shop and espresso bar.
To have fun and run off excess energy, Wildcat Park features a playground, hopscotch squares, concrete climbing boulders, and a rope/net climbing structure. The equipment is ADA accessible and the concrete wall offers plenty of seating space.