- 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.
This 40 foot wide, earthen landscaped foot bridge crosses over SR14 and reconnects Vancouver's Columbia River waterfront with historic Fort Vancouver. On one side is modern civilization on the other the oldest apple tree known to the area.
100% 7 votes
2 Mount Jefferson Ter, Lake Oswego, OR 97035 MoreLess Info
Measuring 45,000 square feet, Mountain Park Clubhouse features an aquatic center with pools and a spa along with a fitness center with cardio equipment and athletic courts. It also offers fitness classes, a game room, a preschool and computers.
66% 73 votes
3200 SW Hocken Avenue, Beaverton, OR 97005 MoreLess Info
A 16-screen movie theater, Century 16 Cedar Hills displays first-run feature films using digital projection and RealD 3D. The theater offers stadium seating, arcade games and a lobby cafe with food and drinks.
83% 6 votes
7700 SW Nimbus Ave, Bldg 10, Beaverton, OR 97008 MoreLess Info
Hosting youth and adult dance, fitness, and gymnastics programs, the Encore Performing Arts Center offers a wide array of classes. The center also hosts recitals and other performances on a regular basis.
33% 76 votes
Connects Portland and Vancouver via Interstate 5, Vancouver, WA 98660 MoreLess Info
Known as Interstate Bridge, this construction is actually part of Interstate-5 and connects Portland, Oregon with Vancouver, Washington. There are actually two structures that compose the bridge with one carrying traffic north while the other goes south.
As one of the last spruce mill era hangars still standing, this museum provides a look at the 'Golden Age of Aviation'. It has been adapted to accommodate private parties of up to 300 guests and is located on the grounds of the Fort Vancouver National historic Site.
92% 586 votes
612 East Reserve Street, Vancouver, WA 98661 MoreLess Info
This reconstructed 19th century trading post is over 360 acres filled with replicas of the original buildings, an air museum, a gift shop, a visitor's center and Officer's Row. Self-guided, Audio and guided tours are available.