Beaverton, OR, USA

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Beaverton, OR, USA

Beaverton vacation rentals

A serene community close to Portland

Beaverton sits around 7 miles west of Portland, Oregon, making it a good base for visiting the hip hangouts of that famously free-spirited city. That said, Beaverton itself, which is considered one of the best places to live in the country, is also worth exploring. That’s especially if you have a fondness for hiking and exploring the great American countryside. When it comes to places to stay, you’ll find that Beaverton vacation rentals include spacious duplex pads as well as spacious, family homes sitting alongside idyllic gardens and lush forests. Ideal if you’re after a soothing escape from big city life.

Embracing the great outdoors in Beaverton

You may want to pack some comfy hiking boots when coming to your Beaverton vacation rental. After all, there are more than 30 miles of trails and bike paths in the region, with Tualatin Hills Nature Park presenting plenty of richly diverse terrain to explore. You’ll delve into the woods and glades, feeling a million miles away from the kinetic, frenetic bustle of big cities. Just to the south of Beaverton, you’ll also find Cooper Mountain Nature Park, where you can have a picnic on a prairie or let the kids run wild at a nature-themed playground. Foodies will also relish seeing Oregon’s wine country – and sampling some of the delicious vintages – with one of the local guided tours.

A stone’s throw from the pleasures of Portland

Beaverton is a refreshingly low-key community, with a few cultural hubs like Art On Broadway – a chic gallery showcasing paintings, sculptures, and quirky creations by prize-winning local artists. But if you’re feeling frisky for more flamboyant pursuits, take the short, 15-minute drive over to Portland, Oregon. Famous for its bohemian locals, the City of Roses boasts leftfield bookshops and artisan eateries where you can soak up the counter-cultural vibe while sipping expertly-made coffee. Culture-seekers should see Portland Art Museum, which proudly features works by the likes of Monet and Van Gogh.

Summer fun in Beaverton

If you have to pick one season for booking Beaverton vacation rentals, it should be the summer. This is when you can really make the most of the sprawling, fertile parklands that give Beaverton its identity, while the splashing sunlight also brings out the best in nearby Portland. Just bear in mind that a lot of other visitors will have the same idea, so vacation accommodation does get snapped up from June to August. To bag some bargains, you can also consider coming in spring or late fall – just bring some extra layers in case it gets chilly.

Greenery galore in Beaverton

Beaverton is nestled amid wonderlands of nature, such as Cooper Mountain Nature Park, where a day’s exploration can lead you to come face to face with Western gray squirrels and red-legged frogs, not to mention all kinds of beguiling birds. It’s not just the animal life that’s interesting – keep an eye out as well for spring wildflowers and golden fall foliage, depending on when you venture out into the sweeping parklands. Meanwhile, the nearby waters of the Willamette River will draw in kayakers and swimmers who want to cool off in the sun.