- TripBuzz found 320 things to do with kids in or near Portland, Oregon, including 291 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like West Linn, Vancouver, Hillsboro and Oregon City.
- From Washington Park to Ground Kontrol Classic Arcade, the Portland area offers 87 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Gardens, Zoos and Hiking Trails.
- The largest city in Oregon, Portland is an environmentally-friendly community with several public parks and walking trails. Historically part of the Oregon Trail, Portland is important to American history. Portland is also home to the headquarters for Adidas and Intel Corporations. Along with a ballet company, symphony and repertory theater, Portland hosts several professional and semi-professional sports teams including the NBA's Portland Trail Blazers.
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The Raw Coffee Shop 5667 Northeast Glisan Street, Portland, OR MoreLess Info
Great Local Coffee Shop
100% 1 votes
53215 E Marmot Road, Sandy, OR 97055 MoreLess Info
With Stout Creek Outfitters – Private Day Tours, guests can take SUP Yoga classes, during which they enter poses while on a board. Other lessons and activities including whitewater rafting and a water rescue workshop.
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14682 S Herman Road, Molalla, OR 97038 MoreLess Info
Stoller Farms is a local business that sells flowers as well as locally grown plants such as hanging baskets, potted plants, and bedding plants. The company is open from Monday until Saturday.
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52203 E Terra Fern Drive, Sandy, OR 97055 MoreLess Info
A natural and sustainable Jacob sheep farm, Drumcliffe Farm produces fleece and wool that it sells to local spinners and textile makers. The farm also raises chickens, and sells wool and fleece directly.
72% 29 votes
52560 E Sylvan Drive, Sandy, OR 97055 MoreLess Info
The Rainbow Trout Farm offers a fun fishing experience for the whole family. The farm employs strict rules to follow that are best to check into before a visit, but offers multiple stocked fishing ponds and scenic picnic areas to enjoy lunch.
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399th Street and Highway 503, Amboy, WA MoreLess Info
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.
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605 Market, Dayton, OR 97114 MoreLess Info
The Yamhill County Museum is a non-profit historical museum that preserves, protects, and shares the history of Yamhill County. The museum features antique tractors and other farming equipment.
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21400 NE 399th Street, Amboy, WA 98601 MoreLess Info
Amboy Territorial Days Park offers play areas, a large pavilion and kitchen facilities. The park also offers two buildings and a stage that is available to be reserved by local groups and organizations.
100% 31 votes
Oneonta Falls, Corbett, OR 97019 MoreLess Info
Oneonta Falls is a gorge that requires a hike through a river and a 400' elevation change to arrive at. The gorge is .6 miles long and the hike to get to the nearby bridge is 1.5-miles in length.
89% 9 votes
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.
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9924 Marquam Cirlce, Molalla, OR 97038 MoreLess Info
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.