School’s out for summer!…and you’ve got a lot of time to spend on summer adventures with the kids. Book a kid-friendly hotel package with us for an easy, no-hassle getaway. No need to jam-pack your schedule here. Make time to stop at a few of our playgrounds to relax and enjoy the sunshine days with us. See below for the perks of some of our favorite Tualatin Valley playgrounds.
1. A Pirate P-arr!-k for Ye, Matey
Bethany Meadows Park, which has been affectionately dubbed “Pirate Park,” is a playground flanked by two pirate-ship-shaped play structures. Little ones can take the helm and navigate the imaginary seas. The playground can be found along the Rock Creek Trail, which is a bike trail that is perfect for those still on training wheels.
Raleigh Park has a spacious playground in the middle of its 16.26-acre grounds. Plenty of swings to go around! Sporty families love taking advantage of the adjacent soccer field and tennis courts. What’s more, the ample picnic seating is the perfect place to chow down on some local farmers market finds.
3. Go Fish
Commonwealth Lake Park has a cute playground whose colors match the emerald-headed geese that tromp-and-paddle around the lake. After a play session on the spiral slide, find a spot on the lake for kid-friendly fishing. Daily catches include trout, bass, bluegill and crappie (maybe the only time you’ll let your kid say that last word!).
4. What Rain?
Outdoors In Park at the Plaza is a great alternative for those few drizzly summer days. A full-size indoor playground—along with a bouldering wall—encourages kids to be active no matter the weather forecast.
5. Playground in the Trees
Tree to Tree Adventure Park affectionately dubs itself as a “playground in the trees.” This zip line park has a specially designed kids course, as well as “tween course,” where trained guides lead little daredevils through obstacles, zip lines and bridges that are closer to the ground than the adult courses.
Come play your way—at one of our playgrounds—this summer!