The Tualatin Valley

The Tualatin Valley, Beaverton: Address, Phone Number, The Tualatin Valley Reviews: 5/5

The Tualatin Valley
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The Tualatin Valley is located between downtown Portland, Oregon, and the Oregon Coast. This multifaceted destination is known for its exquisite wines, pristine outdoor recreation, cycling trails, global cuisine and more. Tualatin Valley includes the cities of Beaverton, Forest Grove, Hillsboro, Tigard, Tualatin and Wilsonville.
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russbat80
Aloha, OR57 contributions
A cane friendly nature park
Mar 2019 • Couples
Our first visit there was enjoyable and was easy to get around on a paved trail with a cane. The visitor center building had comments earlier visitors had seen there that day listed, like the birds and animals, etc. We saw 2 deer while there and will definitely be going back to explore more trails.
Written March 11, 2019
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gaill376
Albert Lea, MN19 contributions
Oregon Wine Country
Jun 2016
Oregon wine country is so beautiful. The wineries are all so different and very beautiful! You can see several in one day.
Written March 14, 2017
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Texan66
Galveston, Texas3 contributions
Wine country
Sep 2014 • Business
Toured the wineries in the area.
Really like Yamhill Winery. I love all their wines and enjoy their tasting room.
Written October 25, 2014
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TukosMom
Portland, OR88 contributions
Three fabulous wineries near Hillsboro and Carlton
Oct 2012 • Friends
Took our friends to three wineries that are near our home yesterday. They were Ardiri Winery just off the Hillsboro Highway 219, Anne Amie Vineyards in Carlton and Colene Clemens Vineyards on Ribbon Ridge of the Chehalem Mountains near Newberg. All three wineries were absolute hits, both from the standpoint of the views and the gorgeous facilities as well as the wines they were pouring. All three charged a tasting fee, but these were waived when we purchased a couple bottles of wine at each which was the whole reason for the outing. Very friendly staff, wonderful places to sit and enjoy the views or the fireplace and good wine - what could be better? Hint: You really have to look hard for Anne Amie and Colene Clemens locations - they are out in the country off little-known roads, but are definitely worth the search!
Written October 14, 2012
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alcathy
Richmond, Canada175 contributions
Twilite Limo
May 2012 • Couples
Very personal service, could've added 1 more winnery on their list. Lots of info given about the area.
Written June 7, 2012
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