- TripBuzz found 306 things to do with kids in or near Canby, Oregon, including 290 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like West Linn, Portland, Oregon City and Hillsboro.
- From Action Acres Inc to Canby Skate Park, the Canby area offers 87 different types of family activities, including: Farms & Ranches, Parks, Movie Theaters and History Museums.
- A short drive from Portland, Canby is a quiet community with numerous historical sites and attractions. Keeping to its agricultural roots, the city features a farmer's market and organized farm tours. It is also home to a Vietnam Memorial and Canby Depot Museum, honoring the oldest railroad building in the state.
Hosting a variety of competitions and tournaments, Action Acres Inc is an airsoft and paintball park with seven fields to choose from. The fields include a pipe fort, a tactical field, an Area 51 themed arena, and a Western town.
Offering many horse programs and services, Tullymore Farm is an all inclusive farm that provides horse boarding, training, a variety of competitions, hunter/jumper sales, equestrian classes for varying skill levels, and much more.
With over 40-acres of blooming fields of Dahlias, the Swan Island Dahlias is definitely a must visit—even men love the vibrant colors! The blooming flowers vary in their diameter from mere four-inch blooms to as huge as over 10-inches.
The Vietnam Era Veterans Memorial is a location dedicated to honor and memorialize all veterans who served during the Vietnam War. The memorial features a Huey helicopter as a sign of bravery and an inscription reading Believe in Peace.
A movie theater with eight screens, Canby Cinema 8 offers first-run feature films using digital projection. The theater provides high back rocking chairs, stadium seating, private event hosting and a concession area with food and drinks.
As a family run operation, South Barlow Berries offers visitors a chance to pick their own berries during the summer season. The farm grows a variety of berries, including blueberries, blackberries, boysenberries, and silvanberries.