Discover Natural Wonders with WVCA’s New Nature Passport!

Washington County Visitors Association

Our location in Oregon’s Washington Country allows our guests to experience a range of natural surroundings. Perfect spots for hiking and cycling, paddling, fishing, birding, wildlife-watching, and other outdoor activities are just a short distance away.

Now it’s even easier for travelers to discover the many natural wonders in our area. Washington County Visitors Association recently unveiled Nature Passport — a handy, portable guide to some of the best nature spots in the area.

Photo Source: Washington County Visitors Association

Photo Source: Washington County Visitors Association

Each entry in the passport features images, fun facts, detailed contact information and icons showing which amenities are available at that specific location, plus a space to collect a special stamp to show you’ve been there.

Passports can be picked up at the Washington County Visitor Information Center, or at any of the staffed locations listed in the Nature Passport:

L.L. Stub Stewart State Park
Jackson Bottom Wetland Preserve
Hagg Lake Park
Tillamook Forest Center
Tualatin Hills Nature Park
Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge
Rice NW Museum of Rocks & Minerals
Tualatin Heritage Center
Washington County Museum

From biking to zip-lining, Oregon’s Washington County offers an array of outdoor recreation! COME OUTSIDE & PLAY! Learn more by clicking here.

 

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