- Our list of the best things to do in Estacada, Oregon, features the top 324 nearby activities — including 141 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Estacada, OR has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Food & Drink, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
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The Hagg Lake is a park that features several picnic areas, boat launching facilities and 13 mile-long trail that is a favorite venue for runners, hikers and cyclists. The park is also a great place to observe the local flora and fauna particularly the migratory birds.
Since 1977 the gnarly, scrolling vines of the Bethel Heights Vineyard have been producing exceptional grapes for the wineries fine selections. The vineyard produce an array of varietals including a fruity pinot blanc and an earthy pinot noir.
60% 5 votes
750 NW David Hill Road, Forest Grove, OR 97116 MoreLess Info
A 1.75-acre canine recreation facility, Thatcher Park Off Leash Dog Park offers fenced grass fields as well as a winter area with a bark surface. The park provides water, picnic tables and a separate area for smaller dogs.
Listed on the Washington County Historical Register, the estates of David Hill Winery offers daily trips in their vineyards as well as wine tasting events of their Pinot Noir wines. It is also home to the Willamette Valley's oldest grape vines which are what this vineyard is famous for.
93% 14 votes
46350 Northwest David Hill Road, Carlton, OR 97111 MoreLess Info
A visit to Laurel Ridge Winery provides more than just the sampling of tasty wines. Visitors can also enjoy breathtaking views of Yanhill County; and this space can be rented for weddings, anniversaries or reunions.
As of 2013, native grasses are being restored to the Minto Brown Park. Visitors can expect to see this restoration, along with a large off-leash area for pets, and 14 hiking trails ranging from .11 miles to 1.89 miles.
99% 265 votes
42218 NE Yale Bridge Rd, Amboy, WA 98601 MoreLess Info
Amboy, Washington is home to a landscape shaped by the Mount St. Helen’s volcanic eruption in 1980. Mount St. Helen’s Volcanic National Monument features an outdoor trail with several information centers focused on educating visitors about this historic event.