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- We made a quick stop here to stretch our legs and to enjoy the scenery on a recent visit to the Portland area. Lovely greenery everywhere and it smells fantastic. Would love to explore further one day! Only down side was that we felt nervous leaving anything in our car because there were multiple signs warning you not to leave anything of value there. Makes me wonder how often cars get broken into here.Written July 13, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Great place to take your family? Very educational. Children can learn about nature. They have summer camps as well.Written February 11, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- This is a hidden gem to spend an hour or two walking around and soaking in the beauty of the trees, gardens and walkways.Written August 21, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Recently converted to an AMC theater. $15 hamburgers and $11 beers, but you can bring the food into the theater with you. Good sound system but seats in theater 6 were uncomfortable. Parking can be a problem for popular movies.Written December 22, 2019
- A very nice linear park allowing you to follow Fanno Creek and see wild life while also being a great place to let the younger ones run around without danger of cars.Written June 14, 2022
- Great beer, Great food, Great people, and Great atmosphere. You can’t go wrong with Uptown Market! The service is excellent, music is on point, sports are always on TV, and there’s always something new to try!Written April 4, 2019
- "Park" is a pretty generous term for this pond next to a shopping center. It is lovely to walk around and a great place to get the kids' wiggles out while waiting for a table at one of the nearby restaurants.Written July 9, 2018
- there are lots of trail to explore and a cute natural free play area for the kids. the free play area is where kids are encouraged to play in the trees and among the logs that are scattered about.Written October 17, 2016
- This was my very first time attending a wine tasting at an actual vineyard. I had a very good experience here. The vineyard provided a great view while you sip and socialize around the property. They had a limited selection of wines to chose from but overall still a good experience.Written May 29, 2018
- Beautiful spot to experience elegant wine. The owner, Eric Hamacher, is an engaging and friendly person who loves to educate visitors about his unique winemaking process. A fun Bocce Ball court is available. Close to Portland and easy to find.Written July 6, 2021
- This is a great place, no other church like it. The pastor really cares & talked to my group after service, free dougnuts & a real friendly place with no pushing religion onto us.Written February 4, 2022
- 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
- We were there with our three kids 6, 4 and 3 months. We did the tasting from Hamacher winery. The wines were good but not excellent except their Chardonnay. We ended up buying a bottle and drinking a little of it sitting outside on the patio. It was really cozy. The boys were playing with a fountain while we were having a little down time. Trust me, when you have three kids these moments are precious. We will return. We look forward to try more of their wine and return to this quiet jewel location.Written August 28, 2016
- St. Barts, a part of the Episcopal Church USA embraces the Episcopal tradition and welcomes all. As an Episcopal Church, St Bart's provides both scriptural and liturgical worship. St. Bart's is well known in the community for its rich musical tradition. No one is told how to worship or what to believe. What remains important in the Episcopal Church is that each individual is free to pursue his or her own worship benefiting both from the scriptures which are read every service and the celebration of Christ's life, his passion, and his resurrection.
In addition to worship, St Bart's is engaged actively in the community. For example, they operate a food pantry providing a wide range of normal groceries and meat. They also provide English as a second language to non-English speakers. The two rectors are available to provide comfort and guidance to anyone who asks for assistance.Written July 18, 2014
- Went her last year and it was comfortable enough, but seemed to be a mostly older congregation and a more traditional service. Whereas many churches now are mixing things up a bit with some traditional and some more contemporary elements, I did not see this at First Baptist of Beaverton. Very friendly, coffee and pastries after service and a very nice message given.Written June 30, 2015
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