- TripBuzz found 315 things to do with kids in or near Sherwood, Oregon, including 298 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like West Linn, Portland, Vancouver and Hillsboro.
- From DevonWood Equestrian Centre to Sherwood Ice Arena Complex, the Sherwood area offers 86 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Farms & Ranches, Walking Trails and Playgrounds.
- Located southwest of Portland the city of Sherwood is a quiet residential community in Oregon's Washington County. The city, named after the famous Sherwood Forest in England, was the original site of the Klondike Gold Rush in the late 1800's. The city is now home to the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge, offering locals and visitors natural hiking trails, scenic wildlife and 6,300 square foot wildlife center.
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45500 Wilson River Highway (Oregon 6), Tillamook, OR MoreLess Info
The Tillamook Forest Center has a 40-foot replica of a forest fire lookout tower, a 250-foot long suspension bridge, numerous hiking trails and a documentary film. The film tells the story behind the four wildfires that destroyed 355,000 acres of the Tillamook Forest.
The Mount Hood National Forest comprises over 60 miles of terrain at the base of Mount Jefferson, with hiking, horseback and cross country ski trails, rafting and fishing, alongside picnic and campgrounds. Visit Timberline Lodge, a Depression-era National Historical Monument now operated as a hotel and lodge.
Sitting on 550-acres of land, the Wildwood Recreation Site is a recreational park that features dense vegetation, Western Red Cedar trees, and hiking trails. The site also has athletic fields, outdoor picnic kitchens, and group shelters.
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68010 East Fairway Avenue, Welches, OR 97067 MoreLess Info
A 27-hole course, The Courses at The Resort at The Mountain offers play on three 9-hole tracks, along with an 18-hole putting track. Professionally-instructed private, family and group golf lessons are available.
At North Clark Historical Museum, visitors can browse displays filled with historical artifacts like bear traps, Native American baskets, and Victorian clothing. The museum hosts an annual quilt show where members of the community display a range of colorful quilts.