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You can create your own custom itinerary for your trip to Oregon's Washington County. Throughout the site, you'll see many activities, destinations, and events that you can add to your itinerary. Just click "Add this to my itinerary" as you browse our site. As you add items to your itinerary, you'll have the opportunity to share this with your family and friends and print your itinerary.

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Save hotels, things to do, and restaurants in a private plan and organize them with headings and notes.

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Explore Our Outdoors

Hiking, Biking, Riding, Paddling and Walking Your Way Through Oregon’s Washington County

The vastness of Oregon’s Washington County, especially when venturing beyond the urban cities, offers innumerable options for outdoor recreation. Many of Oregon’s Washington County’s 727 square miles are devoted to pristine, rural wetlands, nature parks, wildlife refuges, verdant forests, tranquil waters and open fields, perfect spots for hiking and cycling, paddle trips, fishing, birding and wildlife watching and other outdoor pursuits.

Looking for other sports and recreation, including participatory and/or spectator sports? Look no further than here.

From Our Blog

Nature Passport: Tualatin Hills Nature Park and Interpretive center

Jan 21, 2015

Among the sixteen featured nature areas in the Nature Passport is the Tualatin Hills Nature Park and Interpretive Center and its 222 acres of beautiful wildlife.

Winter Bird Watching in Oregon

Jan 5, 2015

  Happy National Bird Day! Turn a shivering Brrr! into an exclamation, Birds! The cold may be coming in, but there’s no reason to hibernate as we stay true to the greater Portland region’s temperate weather. While the... Read more

Nature Passport: Tillamook State Forest

Dec 29, 2014

Receiving more than 120 inches of rain a year and situated in the Oregon Coast Range, the Tillamook State Forest is lush with growth and activity from its local creatures during the winter months.

Bike Maps

Tualatin Valley Scenic Bikeway by Ken Kochey

Biking Washington County

From well-traveled roads to firmly packed trails through the forest, Oregon’s Washington County offers cyclists of all abilities exhilarating experiences.