- TripBuzz found 236 things to do with kids in or near Corbett, Oregon, including 220 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like West Linn, Portland, Vancouver and Oregon City.
- From Latourell Falls to Bridal Veil Falls State Park, the Corbett area offers 84 different types of family activities, including: National & State Parks, Hiking Trails, Waterfalls and Mountains.
- Corbett, OR lies on the Columbia River between Crown Point and Sandy River. Each year Corbett hosts a 4th of July Festival and Corbett Fun Fest, which includes a parade featuring children and members of the community, live entertainment by local and regional musicians, fireworks displays, and many activities and competitions.
Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve is a local wildlife preserve situated along the Tualatin River and provides a natural habitat and sanctuary to a wide range of animal species including herons, otters and beavers as well as a number of rare bird species.
The first provisional government was formed on May 2, 1843, on the site that is now known as the Champoeg State Heritage Park. Visitors to the park can also tour the 1863 Butteville Store, the oldest continually operating business in Oregon, camp, picnic and fish.
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3110 Portland Road, Newberg, OR 97132 MoreLess Info
The Ninety-Nine West Twin Cinemas & Drive-In Theatres have enjoyed a rich history. Having opened in 1953, the historic retro theater still entertain patrons today showing films on the drive-in screens as well as at the locations indoor theater.
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35835 South Highway 213, Molalla, OR 97038 MoreLess Info
Marquam Hill Ranch specializes in the raising and breeding of alpacas. The wool from these animals is used to make items sold in the on-site gift shop, and visitors are able to tour the ranch to get an up close look at its daily operations.
As a family apple orchard, Marquam Meadows Fruit Company organizes U-Pick events where visitors can pick their own apples from over 500 trees. The varieties grown on the farm include Idared, Honeycrisp, Jonagold, Mutsu, and more.
Hood River Lavender is an organic farm located within the Hood River Valley and is home to more than 70 different varieties of lavender. They also offer a range of handcrafted lavender products such as skin care products, essential oils and more.