Beaverton is located only a few miles west of Portland in Oregon. It is also located in the Tualatin River Valley which makes it wonderfully lush and full of natural wonders. Oregon is well known for the great outdoor activities and cities which are full of great landmarks and sights to see. Beaverton was named by settlers in the mid 19th century because the area was full of ponds, creeks, and other bodies of water due to the many dams built by beaver colonies. After the American Civil War the city became a popular destination to move to and became an official city with the construction of railroads, a post office, and a general store. Visit wonderful Beaverton to spend some time outside, explore some unique landmarks and learn about Oregon's history.
Natures, parks, outdoor activities, historical sights, and the most amazing restaurants await visitors at Beaverton. Make sure to visit Tualatin Hills Nature Park where both short and long loop hiking trails, and the legendary greenery of Oregon await.
Cooper Mountain Nature Park is great for hiking, biking, horseback riding, and bird watching. A great spot all year around because each season is simply beautiful here. Washington Park is a quick 2 miles outside of Beaverton but it is worth a visit. Washington Park is home to a famous Japanese garden, the Rose Test Garden, and a zoo. Also here is a wonderful view of the skyline of Portland. The aforementioned Oregon Zoo is an fascinating place for everyone, and is a great place to learn about the welfare of animals and conservation. There is also a great beaver exhibit that is dedicated to Beaverton.
The Oregon Historical Society Museum is a fun, yet very educational museum where visitors can learn about the history of Oregon and the first settlers. There are some interactive exhibits so even children can have lots of fun. Additionally, the Oregon History Museum of Sciences and Industry is a super location where dozens of different exhibitions are displayed, these include geological discoveries, paintings, sculptures, and chemistry experiments.
Central Beaverton is the best area to stay within walking distance are stores, shops, restaurants, cafes, and landmarks. Vacation rentals come in all different sizes, everyone's search, whether that is for a small apartment or luxury home, will be satisifed.
The best time to visit Beaverton in Oregon is July and August when the weather is very nice and it is the perfect time to spend some time outside. This time is also the least rainy. It rains a lot from September until June, an average of 10 inches each month.
It might come as a surprise but there are dozens of wineries and vineyards in Beaverton. There are multiple wine tasting tours and vineyard adventures where visitors can learn about the process of wine making and see how different grapes are sorted out, and of course sample the finished results.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Beaverton. The hottest month in Beaverton is May, when temperatures peak at 102 ˚F. The coolest month is February, when temperatures drop to 26 ˚F. The wettest month in Beaverton is December with 7.82 inches of rain, while the driest month is June with 0.13 inches of rain.
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