We’re highlighting the best kid-friendly activities that Portand has to offer — complete with art classes, animal encounters, and outdoor fun.
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Have friends or family in town this year? We’re here to help plan their visit.
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We rounded up some spots that are still accepting reservations.
We’re highlighting the best parks that Portland, Oregon, has to offer — complete with roses, fountains, forests, and sports fields.
Pick out a seasonal squash, wander through a corn maze, or just take in the autumn vibes at these local farms.
Take a break from the Columbia River Gorge and journey into the Gifford Pinchot National Forest for a loop hike featuring a handful of stunning waterfalls fed by snowmelt.
From local performers like Aaron Nigel Smith to movie deals and pop-ups, the season is filled with things to do at the Tigard mall.
The two-day event is part of Portland Parks & Recreation’s Summer Free For All program.
Walk, bike, or roll along designated routes that are closed to traffic during special events taking place through August.
Interactive fountains and splash pads offer swim-free aquatic fun, while outdoor pools can help the whole family burn off extra energy while beating the heat.
The 8,000-sqft exhibit at Portland Art Museum explores the creation of the Portland-made film, “Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio.”
The project will transform the 6-acre grassy space into a community centerpiece and resource for neighboring Mill Park Elementary School.
Registering your dog or cat is required for residents and comes with many benefits.