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Located in the southern part of Washington County, minutes from wine country, is the small city of Sherwood. With a population of more than 18,000, Sherwood is a dynamic city which retains the small town charm and friendliness for which it has always been known. 

Old Town Sherwood is at the heart of this small, growing city. Specialty shops and historic buildings recall small-town living from another era. Popular gathering places, such as locally owned coffeehouses, bakeries and restaurants, wine tasting rooms and a community performing arts center, are must-see stops while perusing quaint shops and galleries in Old Town.


Annual events, including the Cruisin’ Sherwood car show (June) and the Sherwood Robin Hood Festival (July), attract locals and visitors from all over the region to Old Town Sherwood.

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Top Neighborhoods: Parrett Mountain, Sherwood View Estates, Woodhaven

Exploring Sherwood


Top Places to Explore in Sherwood

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Watch the Birds and Other Wildlife

At Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge, visitors can see nearly 200 species of birds; more than 50 species of mammals; 25 species of reptiles and amphibians; and a wide variety of insects, fish and plants. It’s a place where people can experience and learn about wildlife and their habitats. The 3.1-mile main nature trail is open year-round, is wheelchair friendly and has interpretive signage along the route. The Refuge also boasts seasonal trails that are open May-September only. Open daily dawn-dusk. Address: 19255 SW Pacific Hwy, Sherwood, OR 97140

Spend a Day Wine Tasting


Located in the southern edge of Tualatin Valley, Sherwood has several estate wineries, each producing a variety of red and wine wines. These wineries produce estate-grown wines from the Chehalem Mountains American Viticultural Area (AVA). Located in Old Town Sherwood, J. Rallison Cellars and Barking Frog Winery offer wine tasting of red and white varietals amid downtown charm. With sweeping views of the Chehalem Mountains, Alloro Vineyard, Blakeslee Vineyard Estate, Hawks View Winery and Ponzi Vineyards produce estate-grown wines that beautifully represent the terroir of the region—offering Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, among others. Reservations are recommended for any tasting room.


Get your Farm Goods at the Red Berry Barn

Situated right off Highway 99 in Sherwood is the Red Berry Barn, a family-friendly farm and farm store offering offering beautiful hanging baskets in the Spring and Summer, delicious foods at its bakery, a pumpkin patch in the fall and a country store!

Address: 19200 SW Chapman Rd, Sherwood, OR 97140


Embrace the Holiday Spirit at Sleighbells

Surrounded by a Christmas tree farm, Sleighbells is a world-class gift shop, open July-December. During the holiday season, Sleighbells offers U-cut Douglas, Grand and Noble Firs.

Address: 23855 SW 195th Pl, Sherwood, OR 97140

Have a Picnic in the Park


With 13 parks throughout the city, there is something for everyone in Sherwood. Sherwood's signature Snyder Park sits atop a high hill offering fantastic views of the Pacific Northwest. One of of the most popular parks in the City, Snyder Park features a sand area with adjacent water feature and playground equipment for children to enjoy, tennis courts, a basketball court, turf baseball and soccer fields, a trail system great for walking, running or riding your bikes, plenty of benches for relaxing, reading or just to enjoy the panoramic view, and a covered shelter available for rental. Located close to Old Town, Stella Olsen Memorial Park has a children's playground, a shelter and a pavilion as well as a multi-use path through the wetlands area providing a restful, wooded setting for all activities. This park is home to Music on the Green and many other community events.


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