Soak in the Tualatin Valley Experience
We invite you to soak in the Oregon experience. In Tualatin Valley—our Oregon—you go at your own pace, slow if you like. We’re a place built of friendly, local communities, in a region of lush, natural beauty. So, take a wander in the farmers market. While away an afternoon tasting wine. Bring your curiosity, your sense of wonder, and a pair of comfortable shoes. There is so much to explore. And no matter what you choose, you’ll uncover something memorable. Once you experience Tualatin Valley, you’ll know Oregon is yours, too.
Old Favorites and New Discoveries
Meet the winemakers, enjoy relaxed conversation in a truly beautiful setting, and, of course, try the region’s world-class wines. Tualatin Valley encompasses the Willamette Valley area viticultural area (AVA), as well as the Chehalem Mountains AVA, and Oregon’s two newest AVAs: Tualatin Hills and Laurelwood District. The valley’s estate wineries offer a wide variety to suit every palate and budget. Enjoy a favorite varietal or discover something new, Tualatin Valley’s 30+ wineries are the perfect place to share the beauty and bounty of the Willamette Valley wine country. Meet our wineries >>>
Choose an Outdoor Adventure
Outdoor activity is an integral part of the Oregon lifestyle. Rolling hills, wild canyons and just about everything in between is the perfect backdrop for a host of outdoor activity. From golf to zip-lining, Tualatin Valley boasts numerous activities for all adventurers. The Tualatin Valley welcomes wildlife lovers, paddlers, peddlers, runners, hikers and strollers (both kinds). Meet our outdoors >>>
It’s Never Tax Time Here
Three words: No Sales Tax. Tualatin Valley is Oregon’s premier shopping destination for fashionistas, techies, and antique hunters. Add the allure of free parking and it’s no mystery why shopping is one of Tualatin Valley’s prime attractions. Meet our premier shopping destinations >>>
Ripe and Ready
Stroll the farmers markets and discover and celebrate Oregon’s bounty, with seasonal produce, ready-to-eat specialties, locally made beverages and treats. A visit to the farmers market provides a perfect taste of Tualatin Valley, whether finding a meal on the go or seeking out the perfect farm-fresh gift for friends back home. Or pick your own fruits and flowers during the peak of the season. Meet our farms and markets >>>
Eat Global. Stay Local.
Variety is the hallmark of the Tualatin Valley food scene. There’s something for everyone here, including an abundance of easy-on-the-wallet casual cafes, restaurants and brewpubs. For the truly adventurous, Tualatin Valley is home to the region’s best international eateries, while more conventional tastes will be satisfied with the area’s great burgers, coffee shops and cafes. Meet our acclaimed restaurants and breweries >>>
Getting Here is Easy
Scenically situated between Portland and the northern Oregon Coast, and located just minutes from downtown Portland, getting to the Tualatin Valley is easy to do by car, bus or light rail.
The area is served by major interstate and state highways, including Interstate 5, U.S. Route 26 (US-26, also known as the Sunset Highway) and Oregon Route 217 (OR-217), and a number of Oregon state roadways, making it an easy destination to get to and around.
Tualatin Valley is approximately 30-40 minutes from the Portland International Airport, 90 minutes from Mt. Hood, and 90 minutes from the Oregon Coast.
Tualatin Valley is the gateway to Oregon wine country. Come for the wine and stay for the stories.
Explore the vastness of Tualatin Valley, and cycle, hike, paddle and walk your way through our beautiful countryside.
With no sales tax, shopping in Tualatin Valley is easy, with two destination shopping centers, dozens of antique shops and unique boutiques.
Explore the rich, verdant Tualatin Valley and taste area’s bounty with visits to valley farmstands, farms and markets.
From fresh-picked produce and well-aged spirits to global cuisine and award-winning wines, taste your way through Tualatin Valley.
Our hotels are close to Portland and have many urban amenities, but are only a fraction of the cost. Plus, parking is always free!
Start planning your Tualatin Valley getaway and request a complimentary printed Visitor Guide, Bike Map and Tualatin River Water Trail Map. We can't wait to see you in the valley!
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