The Tualatin Hills Nature Center, open daily, offers a variety of environmental education classes and activities for adults, children, and school groups throughout the year.
Camps, classes and preschool programs provide ample opportunities to explore the 222-acre wildlife preserve.
The park boasts nearly five miles of trails; about 1.5 miles paved, the remaining 3.5 miles well maintained, soft-surface trails.
Summer camps, like Camp Green, teach kids about nature and take them to sites throughout Oregon.
The Tualatin Hills Nature Center is the jumping-off point for visitors entering from the SW Millikan Way parking lot entrance and sits as the gateway to the 222-acre Tualatin Hills Nature Park and a lifetime of connections with nature. Stop by the Nature Center to check out the exhibits, have your wildlife questions answered, find out about nature programs or use the restrooms. Dogs and other pets are prohibited in the Tualatin Hills Nature Park for the protection of wildlife.
The Nature Center houses the Beaver Den classroom, a nature store, reference library and exhibit area. Environmental education programs and community engagement opportunities for visitors of all ages are led by Nature Center staff year-round. The Beaver Den and Robin's Nest classroom spaces are available to rent when environmental education programs are not in session.