Get a Nature Passport to explore nature in Washington County!

Via the Washington County Visitor’s Association:

Nature Passport: Your Guide to Oregon’s Washington County’s Nature Attractions

The vastness of Oregon’s Washington County, especially when venturing beyond the urban cities, offers innumerable options for nature walks, bird and wildlife watching and a plenitude of outdoor recreational pursuits. Many of Oregon’s Washington County’s 727 square miles are devoted to pristine, rural wetlands, nature parks, wildlife refuges, verdant forests, tranquil waters and open fields, perfect spots for hiking and cycling, paddle trips, fishing, birding and wildlife watching and other outdoor pursuits.

Discover the natural wonders of Washington County with our new Nature Passport, a handy, portable guide to some of the best nature spots in the area. Order your free Nature Passport today.

Head on over here to fill out information online, and WCVA will send a Nature Passport to you, or you can pick one up at the sites in this list that are in bold:

Banks-Vernonia State Trail (Buxton)
Cook Park (Tigard)
Cooper Mountain Nature Park & Nature House (Beaverton)
Fernhill Wetlands (Forest Grove)
Jackson Bottom Weltands Preserve (Hillsboro)
L.L. Stub Stewart State Park (Buxton)
Magness Memorial Tree Farm (Wilsonville/Sherwood)
Rood Bridge Park & Lloyd Baron Rhododendron Garden (Hillsboro)
Scoggins Valley Park & Henry Hagg Lake (Gaston)
Tillamook Forest Center/Tillamook State Forest (Tillamook)
Tualatin Hills Nature Park & Interpretive Center (Beaverton)
Tualatin River (Tigard)
Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge & Wildlife Center (Sherwood)
Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks & Minerals (Hillsboro)
Tualatin Heritage Center (Tualatin)
Washington County Museum (Hillsboro)

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