The new Sky Zone trampoline park in Gresham provides high-flying fun for kids of all ages.
Here are 10 ways to explore Portland with your baby.
Expect the unexpected in this fantasy mini-golf course: golf balls that pop out of their holes, floors that spin, and a course filled with Mike Bennett’s iconic original art.
Looking for another reason to love your local library? Check out their free passes to museums and attractions.
Get ready for some good old fashioned family fun at these local skating rinks.
Baseball and softball players of all ages can hone their skills at Tigard’s D-BAT PDX WEST training facility.
This month, it’s all about the free neighborhood and cultural festivals.
Now your kids will love going to Home Depot just as much as you do.
Your fun doesn’t have to be expensive.
Chipper’s Preschool Rides at Oaks Park offers family-friendly fun for neurodivergent kids.
How to root for your kid in sports without crossing the line of poor sportsmanship. Plus advice on how to handle losses and what to do when your child wants to bail mid-season.
Vacations are nice, but sticking around the Portland area in the summer offers so many fun opportunities for families.
Your family fun doesn’t have to be expensive this month.
The newly opened Raindrops Playhouse in Happy Valley features three indoor play areas that cater to a variety of ages.
Portland’s dedication to public art extends beyond outdoor sculptures and vivid murals on the sides of buildings. Add this list of indoor spaces to view art (for free!) to your rainy-day activity arsenal!
Got a kiddo who loves rocks and all things rock related? Here are the top five places around the Portland-area to explore with your budding rockhound.
The Judy, the new downtown Portland home of the Northwest Children’s Theater opens this month!
Here’s how to have fun with your kids during a play, concert or ballet at one of Portland’s youth performing arts organizations.
Kids are expensive. Your fun doesn’t have to be!
Free and Discounted Portland-Area Museum Days
Your kids will learn basic science while actually being allowed to play with their food.
We test-drive the pancakes, ball pit and art projects on offer at Milwaukie’s Two Sisters Play Café. it was a sad day when Pied Piper Play Café closed in Southeast Portland. The idea was genius in its simplicity: a place for young kids to play while grown-ups had a chance to caffeinate and meet