Spring Break Staycation in Tualatin Valley

Spring Break Staycation in Tualatin Valley

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Don’t let spring simply be a slow march toward summer. No one knows this better than kids. Pool days and campouts are still in the distant future. Oregon spring break with the kids, however, brings a burst of energy.

No need to travel to far-flung places to take a breather from the everyday, when Tualatin Valley offers so much to see and do. Reconnect with the senses of spring and excitement of Spring Break in Tualatin Valley.

Tualatin Valley is a gamer’s paradise for kids of all ages. Langer’s Entertainment Center in Sherwood offers bowling, a redemption arcade, rock wall, laser tag and more. In Hillsboro, Next Level Pinball Museum and Arcade features more than 475 pinball machines and retro and contemporary arcade games.

Families with older kids (8-10 years and older) may like solving puzzles together at an escape room, such as Portland Escape Rooms in Beaverton. Their “Arcade” escape room game is easy enough for first-timers and younger members of the family, yet still exciting enough for teens and adults.

Squeeze a little education into the kids’ spring break at Hillsboro’s Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks and Minerals. This museum is a gem–literally–as it houses the largest collection of its kind in the Pacific Northwest. Rocks, gems, petrified rocks and more captivate kids and adults alike.

For outdoor enthusiasts, Tree to Tree Adventure Park, located near Hagg Lake, opens for the season March 23, 2024. This park offers myriad adventures for the family, including a zipline canopy tour, aerial ropes course (ages 7+) and a kid’s adventure course for the little ones (ages 2-6). North Plains’ Pumpkin Ridge Zip Tours has a two-hour zipline experience open to fun-seekers (ages 8+, must be at least 60 pounds).

 

For more Spring Break staycation ideas, visit tualatinvalley.org.