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- Vibrant art scene
- Live theater
- Fine dining
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Hillsboro is close to Portland yet surrounded by pristine nature. It is perfect for a weekend getaway or summer break to rejuvenate yourself after a stressful week. Many venues are family friendly, interactive, and unforgettable. You’ll find delicious food and brews to keep you happy while being entertained by all its charm. The history is rich too. The Kalapuya tribes go back hundreds of years. Not to mention the early pioneers who came in the late 1700s. Fort Yamhill helped to keep settler’s safe, and St. Michaels was the first Roman Catholic Church. But the really attractive features include the variety of activities like challenging golf, mountain skiing, recreation centers, antique shopping and much more!Spacious charming rentals for everyone
These charming Hillsboro rentals are spacious, full of elegant touches and will help you get some much needed R&R. Located in lovely, tree-lined suburban areas with gardens all around, these accommodations usually feature a big screen TV, fireplace, large living room and fully equipped kitchen. Couples and families will find the perfect rental whether they’re hoping to squeeze in a last minute project on the computer, or simply kick back and relax on the large comfortable sofa.
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The area and getting around
When you’re settled in, take a scenic drive through Tualatin Valley and watch for lush farmlands with fresh fruit stands and U-pick signs. There is nothing better than eating food at the peak of ripeness. You’ll also pass vineyards and Wineries with delicious wine, cheese, fresh bread and more to keep your tummy full during your great escape. Who can resist mountain views, babbling brooks and fresh air? Explore the wetlands, wildlife preserves, and mountains for those special photo ops too. These are the things that make vacations memorable.Explore Hillsboro’s specialties
Rice’s Northwest Museum of Rocks and Minerals was built in 1952 by Mr. and Mrs. Rice and their passion for rocks makes the estate a treasure trove of delightful exploration for the whole family. They encourage digging outside for your own crystal souvenirs. Check out Influence Music Hall for open mic on Friday nights. The community atmosphere there is magical! Take the day or a few hours to visit Washington Square for an extraordinary shopping experience. There are many specialty shops like Dai Tin Fung, See’s Chocolate, and Avid Cider. The clothing, sports gear, Apple, and Williams Sonoma stores are there plus the regular go-to mall stores. This mall is clean, organized, and well-stocked, making it convenient for tourists.
Travelers and activities
Main Street Hillsboro is the cultural center. You won’t be disappointed with the variety of entertainment options here. Take in a live theater performance at Walter’s recently restored Cultural Arts Center. During the day peruse the art gallery and art workshops too. Washington County Fair Complex features events including the annual County Fair displaying a plethora of tasty treats, activities, and local fare for a cultural extravaganza! The Kalapuyan peoples used Five Oaks as a meeting place for centuries and their culture is still celebrated today with art and storytelling at the Five Oaks Museum. Be sure to visit the live music venues for some good times as well.Hillsboro for Outdoor enthusiasts
The Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve is a wildlife treasure next to Hillsboro where you’ll find a sanctuary for wild animals and plants. It’s a great place for a breath of fresh air and visual delights among the bald eagles, blue herons, beavers, and otters. The mountains get very snowy, so skiing and snowboarding are popular. You can fish for Chinook Salmon and Rainbow Trout in the mountain streams and lakes. And perhaps, fresh fish on the grill with your favorite brew could be for dinner. There are thousands of miles of hiking trails in Tualitin among the Cascade, Oregon Coast, and Calapooya ranges. Take the time to immerse yourself in this awe-inspiring beauty. You won’t regret it!
Due to its numerous high-tech companies, Hillsboro was nicknamed “Silicon Forest” in 1981.
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Orenco Woods Nature Park has 42 acres of fun. As you stroll along the trails, you’ll see a variety of birds, animals, plants, and terrain, like meadows, wilderness, and creeks with quaint bridges. There is a playground and picnic area but be sure to check out the intriguing wood sculptures under the giant fir trees.2. Go back in time for an original soda shop experience
Hillsboro Pharmacy and Fountain came to town in 1873 and is still flourishing today. You can have breakfast or lunch in this old-time soda fountain shop and discover all the best places to visit in Hillsboro. Try the home-made soups, sandwiches, and special milkshakes, while you discover fascinating memorabilia from the good old days.3. Get inspired by live theater performances
Take an evening to experience a live performance at Hillsboro Artists’ Regional Theater (HART). There are approximately six shows per year and all of them are with local talent. Hart also has acting classes and workshops during the week if you ever dreamed of acting.4. Start your day fresh baked
Decadent Creations specializes in old-fashioned cookies, cakes, pastries and more. The deli boasts delectable sandwiches on fresh baked rolls. Have a hot chocolate to lift your spirits like the old days. All the ingredients are from local farmers, so everything is farm-to-table style.5. Check out the best zoo in the nation
Oregon Zoo, founded in 1888, boasts 60 acres of natural habitats like forest, savannah, and canyons so animals feel like they’re in the wild. Many amazing animal exhibits are featured such as Packy Elephant lands, Primate Forest featuring Orangutans, and Cascade Canyon for mountain goats, cougars, and more. The Nature Exploration Station has insects to inspect as well.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Hillsboro
How much do the vacation rentals in Hillsboro cost on average?
Hillsboro is one of the cheapest cities in the USA. An overnight stay there costs on average $340 per night.
When are vacation rentals cheaper in Hillsboro?
]If you are looking to get the most out of your money, the most affordable months to visit Hillsboro are June ($266 the average per night for accommodation), February ($275), and March ($280).
In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in Hillsboro?
When booking a vacation rental in Hillsboro, the highest prices are usually found in the month of September (with an average of $496 per night), followed by October ($404), and then May ($385).
Is Hillsboro a good location for a last-minute getaway?
You should book your stay with plenty of time when visiting Hillsboro, as only 30% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.
Which months offer the highest availability?
Last year, the months with the largest number of accommodations available of the year in Hillsboro were September, July and August, with average availabilities of 66%, 60%, and 50%, respectively.
Are there many rentals in Hillsboro?
Holidu collaborates with 2 different partners to give you an inventory to choose between 80 vacation rentals we have in Hillsboro.