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  • Phone: (503) 648-3500
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    »Hillsboro Parks & Recreation Central Park

    West of Portland proper is a beautiful suburb called Hillsboro. Hillsboro has everything a suburb needs to be habitable, including a gorgeous park. Central Park in Hillsboro is a picturesque green space, large enough for a football game and plush enough for a picnic. The park is most noted for its beauty, as the landscape is flat and open to whatever sunlight dares to shine in the area. Central Park sits adjacent to Orenco Station, which is full of restaurants, bars, and great spas, so folks who live and work in the area always have a place to go for serenity amidst city traffic. -Cathryn D. Blue

    6200 Northeast Brighton Drive
    Hillsboro, OR 97124

    »Manning–Kamna Farm

    The Manning–Kamna Farm is a farm that belongs to the 1850s era and is included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Most of the structures on the farm are still intact and include smokehouse, privy and woodshed.

    NorthWest Evergreen Road
    Hillsboro, OR 01862

    »Cornelius Pass Roadhouse & Brewery

    This McMenamins pub, nestled in a two-story 19th-century farmhouse, will welcome you warmly with its many fireplaces and cheerful atmosphere. Enjoy your meal and beverage in the White Shed, the restaurant's cozy bar. Seasonal garden seating is also available. Order a delicious black bean burrito or try the Wilbur Burger, complete with egg, bacon and cheese. Refreshing ale is brewed right on the premises. Groups of as many as 50 to 120 people can be accommodated at two renovated barns that are used for public and private events.

    4045 Northwest Cornelius Pass Road
    Hillsboro, OR 97124

    »Tualatin Plains Presbyterian Church

    Built in 1878, this historic Tualatin Plains church is a monument dating back to pioneer days, and one of the only churches left from that era. The architecturally pleasing building features a unique eight-sided steeple. Today, with much pride and care from the community, the church is open for both services and tours, which must be scheduled ahead of time. From Portland, head west on Highway 26, following the signs toward North Plains. Take a left on Jackson School Road, then another left on Scotch Church Road.

    30685 Northwest Scotch Church Road
    Hillsboro, OR 97124

    »Oak Knoll Winery

    Set in Hillsboro, the "country" west of Portland, this is one of four wineries in a tour. You might feel lost among the rolling hills, but that is part of the charm out here. Come discover why this is an award-winning winery. A good sampling of Oregon wines is available, and the tasting is free. Call or check the Web site for a map so you can get here and easily find your way back to reality. The roads out this way can be confusing. Opens Monday to Sunday at 11AM.

    29700 Southwest Burkhalter Road
    Hillsboro, OR 97123

    »Sunset Presbyterian Church

    The church was established by Presbyterian Church (US). The mission and the objective is to reach out to all the members of the community and form a united and peaceful force. It incorporates modern music to involve the youngsters. Summer camps and workshops for all age groups, are frequently organized for an all round development. It was in this church in 2003, where pastors and leaders had come together to discuss the reformation of the Presbyterian Church. It will be now be a part of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church.

    14986 North West Cornell Road
    Portland, OR 97229

    »Washington County Visitors Association

    Open the door to Portland's west side and wine country. Information about local activities, shopping and more are all here. The west side is home to much of Portland's commerce including such cities as Hillsboro, Beaverton and Tigard. With all of the business located out here: Nike, Intel, and Epson, to name a few, you are likely to spend some time in Washington County. If it is information you need, you will find it here.

    11000 SouthWest Stratus Street, Suite 170
    Beaverton, OR 97008

    »Forest Park

    It is hard to believe this forest is so close to the city. With miles and miles of walking paths, Forest Park has room for bicycling, picnics, hiking and more. One of the largest urban forest reserves in the country, it has over 5100 acres (2064 hectares) of space for you to enjoy a wonderful natural experience. Guided tours can be organized, and nature and wildlife enthusiasts will have a gala time observing the mammal and bird species that reside in this lush green haven.

    Northwest Saint Helens Road
    Portland, OR 97231

    »Ponzi Vineyards

    See one of the oldest vineyards in Oregon, located about a half-hour from Portland in Beaverton. Now that word is out and the wines of the Pacific Northwest are served alongside fine French wines, local wineries are popping up all over. This, on the other hand, is one of the originals, dating back to the 1970s. The Vino Gelato is something different and is made from frozen grapes. Private tours of more than five people are available.

    14665 Southwest Winery Lane
    Beaverton, OR 97007


    Laser tag is all the rage, and you will have the time of your life at it here. Players wear vests with voice chips that update them with current scores. Perfect for parties, this arcade is great for all ages. Corporate events and family celebrations take advantage of the party room, pizza kitchen and video games. Groups of six or more should make a reservation in Laserport.

    6540 Southwest Fallbrook Place
    Beaverton, OR 97008

    »Montinore Vineyards

    This 600-acre area in the Willamette Valley offers some of the most scenic and lush land the Portland area has to offer. The grapes grown here have helped give the Northwest a name in wine. A tasting room is located within an old mansion. The Pinot Noir, a local mainstay, is worthy of that name. For something a little different, taste the Gewürztraminer, a dessert wine on the sweet side.

    3663 Southwest Dilley Road
    Forest Grove, OR 97116

    »St. Johns Bridge

    This large bridge, built in 1931, is styled like San Francisco's Golden Gate. Even in a city of bridges, the St. Johns stands out. Four-hundred-foot towers and a main span of more than 1,200 feet comprise its huge proportions. It is the only suspension bridge in the city made entirely of steel. Views from it reveal the city and the waterways that made Portland a commerce hub. Views of it from other bridges or either bank of the Willamette River are incredible. Under the bridge, you will find Cathedral Park.

    U.S. Highway 30 & Northwest St. Johns Bridge
    Portland, OR 97210
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