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Beaverton is Washington County’s second-largest city, with a population of more than 90,000, and is home to Nike World Headquarters and Columbia Sportswear. Beaverton is surrounded by farmlands and natural resources and boasts 30 miles of hiking trails and a 25-mile network of bike paths. Beaverton has the distinction of being the state’s most ethnically diverse city. Several events throughout the year celebrate this diversity, including the International Celebration, Fiesta Latina and Ten Tiny Dances, a showcase of dances from across the globe.

In recent years, Beaverton has gained recognition in culinary circles and has attracted many foodies to the area with the Beaverton Farmers Market—the largest “all-agricultural” market in the region—and its collection of acclaimed restaurants, specifically its variety of authentic Korean eateries. In the agricultural region of Beaverton, visitors can visit u-pick farms and farm stores during summer harvest season. 

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Top Neighborhoods: Cedar Hills, Cooper Mountain, Highland Hills, Murrayhill

Top Schools: Sunset High School (#3 in the state), International School of Beaverton (#5), Mountainside High School (#10)

Exploring Beaverton


Top Places to Explore in Beaverton


Browse the Farmer's Market

Almost year-round, the Beaverton Farmers Market is the best spot for local produce, artisan goods and tasty treats, and live entertainment. The “Local Liquid” section of the Summer Market features tasting artisan spirits, beer and wine from local producers. Try out handmade soaps, enjoy a fresh stroopwafel, stock up on groceries and sample local libations at Oregon’s largest all-agricultural market. The market is open each Saturday, February through November; hours vary.
Address: 12375 SW 5th St, Beaverton, OR 97005


Eat & Drink on Restaurant Row

Beaverton is known for it’s growing food scene. “Restaurant Row” has attracted Portland favorites for their expansions and other favorites that attract visitors. Try the Detroit Style pizza at Ex Novo Brewing, the unique flavors of curries and tea leaf salad at Top Burmese’s Bistro Royal, smoked, fried chicken and jo-jo’s from Big’s Chicken or Koran favorites at Nak Won. For cozy drinking establishments, check out Syndicate Wine Bar for a glass of wine or Loyal Legion, for a beer or cocktail, which resides in a transformed bank with a secondary cocktail bar (called Flora) upstairs in the old offices.


Get in Touch with Nature at THPRD Parks

Located right in the middle of an area known for Nike World Headquarters and big tech companies, the Tualatin Hills Nature Park is a 222-acre forested area with ponds, creeks and marshes for you to explore. The park has 1.5 miles of paved trails and 3.5 miles of soft-surface trails, perfect for a walk or run to escape the bustle beyond it. In Southwest Beaverton, the 230-acre Cooper Mountain Nature Park offers visitors grand views of the Chehalem Mountains (and features 3½ miles of trails of varying difficulty) that traverse the park and pass through a mosaic of distinct habitats: oak and madrone woodlands, native prairies and conifer forests.


Visit BG's Food Cartel

Beaverton’s first permanent food cart pod has become a local hotspot where you’ll find a huge variety of great food options. BG's Food Cartel is home to more than 30 food carts, including drinks like boba tea and coffee, healthy options, gourmet burgers, loaded fries, crepes and so much more. The carts surround a dog-friendly common dining area with plenty of picnic tables and a speakeasy bar with indoor and outdoor seating. This is the perfect place for a group with varied food cravings.


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