The new Sky Zone trampoline park in Gresham provides high-flying fun for kids of all ages.
Baseball and softball players of all ages can hone their skills at Tigard’s D-BAT PDX WEST training facility.
Explore Bridal Veil Falls, one of Oregon’s beautiful waterfalls, with the whole family.
Visit a spooky ghost forest and avoid the summer crowds.
Visiting the “Fruit Loop” in the scenic Hood River area is a favorite fall tradition.
Fun for all ages, a visit to the land bridge can be a historically fun outing or simply a family day filled with fields and flowers — just plan the trip your family would like best!
The newly opened Raindrops Playhouse in Happy Valley features three indoor play areas that cater to a variety of ages.
This spring, head out for a hike and get rewarded with a scenic, two-tiered waterfall at Wahclella Falls.
Toddlers to teens will love the smooth ride of the 3-mile Salmon Creek Greenway Trail just 20 minutes outside of Portland
Take in glorious views and a glassy lake on the way to the summit.
Explore the trails and spot plenty of wildlife at Fernhill Wetlands in Forest Grove.
Trample through the trees while learning about sustainable forestry at Hopkins Demonstration Forest in Oregon City.
The Oregon Zoo has reopened with COVID-19 precautions in place. Will your kids still like it? Our editor finds out.
If you have been thinking of volunteering, but are unsure about doing it with kids, Friends of Trees is a great place to start.
Let the kids wear themselves out at Hillsboro’s newest indoor play park.
Can a single cooking class save lunch? A picky family takes on the mealtime dilemma — and lives to tell the tale. Getting three kids out the door for an 8 am school start is no easy feat. For us, the biggest time suck is having the kids find their shoes — and then having
With a wide range of water features, your kids can keep it low-key or ride
the waves at the North Clackamas Aquatic Park.
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