Here are 10 ways to explore Portland with your baby.
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Explore Bridal Veil Falls, one of Oregon’s beautiful waterfalls, with the whole family.
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Here are lots of ideas for getting out of the house with the kids and having some fun — all without spending a dime.
Visit a spooky ghost forest and avoid the summer crowds.
This month, it’s all about the free neighborhood and cultural festivals.
Looking to keep cool this summer? Here’s how to float down the river with your family.
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.
Check out these 10 family-friendly places to kayak near Portland, OR.
Cool off the family at one of these five beaches in the Vancouver area.
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.
Looking to make this summer unforgettable? Cue up one (or all!) of these family-friendly destinations.
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.
Kids are expensive. Your fun doesn’t have to be!
You’ve registered your kids for day camp — and everyone is counting down the days. Here are eight pro tips from the staff at PDX Parent for how to expertly prep and pack a backpack for all sorts of camp adventures.
Is your family itching to get out of the city? For those looking to swap the concrete jungle with some very old rock formations, visit the beautiful Painted Hills.
For many kids, camp is the highlight of summer break, and well-deserved peace and quiet for parents. Here’s how to know whether your child — and let’s be honest, you, too — is ready for the next step in their summertime adventures: Overnight camp.
This spring, head out for a hike and get rewarded with a scenic, two-tiered waterfall at Wahclella Falls.