Mostly within the Tualatin Valley, the Washington County landscape stretches between the West Hills of Portland and the gentle slopes of the Coastal Mountain Range. While large swaths of the county still cater to farming, orchards and vineyards, it is also the 2nd most populous county. Additionally, it is considered home to some of the largest companies in the state. A bevy of tech companies, including IBM and Intel, compile in a region of the county coined ‘Silicon Forest’, which sits just a stone’s throw from Nike’s World Headquarters.
Washington County Cities
- Beaverton – Aloha
Resources for Washington County
Things to do in Washington County
Summers would not be the same with out the big fair fun found at the Washington County Fair each July.
The Banks-Vernonia Trail covers 21 miles of tree-lined, paved trails that are ideal for exploration by both feet and bicycles alike. Covering old train beds, the scenery includes vast expanses of woodland, wildlife and 13 old bridges from years gone when train transportation was king.
Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve offers 635-acres of wildlife preserve in the Tualatin Valley.
L.L. Stub Stewart State Park sits on the west side of the county amongst sloping hills that grant beautiful views of the valley below. Hike, bike, horseback ride or camp year-round among the 1,800 acres of lush landscape.
With the closest proximity to the Oregon Coast out of the Portland Metro Counties, shooting over the Coastal Mountains to the beach is a breeze.
Homes for Sale in Washington County
Looking to buy or sell a home in Washington County OR? Contact Erica Parsons with Ambiance Realty Group at Keller Williams Realty Portland Elite to get started! (503)706-8638