Things To Do This Summer In Beaverton

by thorst

Beaverton is Washington county’s second largest city, with a population under 100,000. Located in the eastern edge of the Tualatin valley, Beaverton is surrounded with farm lands and natural resources and boasts of 30 miles of hiking trails along with a 25 mile network of bike paths.


A growing city, Beaverton is home to a variety of attractions, family entertainment centers and arts and cultural offerings including the Beaverton Farmers Market – the largest “all- agricultural” market in the area. In recent years, the city has gained recognition in culinary circles and has attracted many foodies to the area with the Beaverton Farmers Market, BG Food Cartel and Restaurant row located right in downtown Beaverton. With so many options to choose from I want to give you my list of the 5 things you should be doing in Beaverton this August. 


Take a walk on the wild side and visit the Tualatin Hills or Cooper Mountain Nature Park. 

Feel like getting out in nature but not leaving town? then look no further than the 2 nature parks that are both located inside of Beaverton’s city limits. Boasting miles of trails and various landscapes, there is something there for every member of the family! 

Grab a bite to eat at the BG Food Cartel.

Beaverton’s first permanent food cart pod has quickly became a major hotspot for foodies of all ages, with over 30 options to choose from and various options such as boba tea, coffee, bbq, sushi, thai, crepes, waffles and so much more this spot is perfect for anyone that wants to try a little of everything!

Go to the Beaverton Farmers Market. 

Take a moment to savor Oregon’s largest all-agricultural market, featuring farm fresh local produce, artisanal food products and live entertainment. The Summer Market features tasting artisan spirits, beer and wine from local producers and on top of that it’s located next to the Beaverton City Fountain which is always a great way to cool off from the summer heat. The market is open every Saturday, February through November and  hours vary.

Published on 2022-08-26 16:43:40