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The city of Tualatin, with a population of nearly 27,000, is located in the southern part of Washington County, just 12 miles south of Portland. The Tualatin Commons, the city’s town center, is a 19-acre promenade and plaza complete with a three-acre lake surrounded by a collection of shops and restaurants. 


Rooted in it's prehistoric past, Tualatin is a short distance to adventure: enjoy award-winning parks, unique shopping and dining establishments as well as many events, activities, and festivals throughout the year, such as the West Coast Giant Pumpkin Regatta, or the ever-popular Concerts on the Commons

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Top Neighborhoods: Ibach Park Estates, Victoria Woods

Exploring Tualatin


Top Places to Explore in Tualatin


Stroll along the Tualatin ArtWalk

The Tualatin ArtWalk is a nearly six-mile walk through the heart of Tualatin. Discover public art pieces, such as bronze sculptures, murals, mosaic drinking fountains and garden art along a series of interconnected trails. The walk includes multiple loops of varying distance, including the short Commons Loop at Tualatin’s Lake of the Commons and the 2.8 mile Park Loop, which includes Tualatin Community Park along the river and a spur to the Kia-a-Kuts Bridge.


Shop at Bridgeport Villiage

Bridgeport Village is an outdoor lifestyle center spanning 28.6 acres with nearly 500,000 square feet of retail, restaurant and theater space. Bridgeport Village has a unique blend of upscale national and local retailers and is the exclusive Oregon location for several nationally-recognized retail shops and restaurants. Dining options include a variety of sit down and casual eateries, such as Bunk Sandwiches and Sinju Sushi. A first-run 18 screen IMAX theater and bookstore round out the shopping possibilities.

Address: 7455 SW Bridgeport Rd, Tigard, OR 97224


Walk along the Tualatin River Greenway Trail

Enjoy walking or cycling the Tualatin River Greenway Trail that runs adjacent to the Tualatin River. The trail allows for nature lovers to stay in the present with the beauty around them while simultaneously learning about Tualatin Valley’s prehistoric past. The ¾ mile stretch incorporates interpretive elements along the trail including historical recaps and replicated footprints of ground sloths and mastodons imprinted in the pavement. While the trail has plans for expansion, current stretch can be accessed at Barngrover Way, next to the Tualatin Public Library. Additional access points are located along the trail, including outside of the Cabela’s outdoor store (so you can get outfitted for your stroll).


Eat & Drink in Tualatin

Opened in 2016, Ancestry Brewing pours its family-crafted ales, including its Scottish Red, English Mild, Irish Red, and Russian Imperial Stout, at its Tualatin taproom. Specializing in Tex-Mex cuisine,

La Industria's 24 hour slow cooked brisket in a freshly made flour tortilla and piping hot chili con queso are not to be missed. Brix Tavern's second location is in the heart of Tualatin on the Lake of

the Common and serves weekend brunch, lunch and dinner made with fresh ingredients from local vendors.


Learn to Line Dance at Bushwhackers Saloon

Bushwhackers Saloon is a country bar and grill located in Tualatin. Boasting a large dance floor, diners can partake in free dance lessons offered at the saloon in the evening (lessons are Tues-Sat and start at 7:30 p.m.). Bushwhackers also has live bands on Friday nights starting at 9 p.m. The saloon features a variety of events happening almost every day of the week, and is one of the best places in the area to learn how to line dance.

Address: 8200 SW Tonka St, Tualatin, OR 97062


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