W E L C O M E T O
I L S O N V I L L E
O R E G O N
Gateway to Oregon's wine country, Wilsonville, Oregon is situated in the lush horticultural growing area of Oregon. Wilsonville is also the location of major high technology companies such as Mentor Graphics, Nike, and Xerox. With the Willamette River flowing through town and acres of public parks and gardens within the city, Wilsonville is a special place to work and live.
Located in the midst of Wilsonville, Town Center Park is an attraction with activities for all ages. The park includes a large interactive waterfall and wading pool, a half court basketball court, a pavilion, play structures, picnic tables and benches for enjoying warm summer days. The park is situated near the Wilsonville Chamber of Commerce and the Oregon Korean War Veterans Memorial.
There are several popular auto tours for visitors. The Sherwood Loop tour winds through the North Willamette Valley. You'll see spectacular Mt. Hood, and have an opportunity to visit the Caprice Farm Nursery. Caprice Farm features peonies, day lilies, hostas and Japanese irises. The next stop is historic Sherwood, home of many antique shops and boutiques. Outside of Sherwood, fresh fruits and vegetables can be purchased at roadside stands, or visit a winery tasting room for a flavorful trip's end. There are three other loop tours that originate from Wilsonville, each being a unique way to sample what the Wilsonville area has to offer. More information on the tours can be obtained from the Wilsonville Chamber of Commerce.
Champoeg State Park, located south of Wilsonville, has ten miles of hiking and biking trails. The paved bike trail winds through old growth hardwood forests, while the hiking-only trail curves along the scenic banks of the Willamette River, as well as through the shady forests.
Golfers will want to try Charbonneau Golf and Country Club, a twenty seven hole public golf course. The executive course is open all year, and the beautifully maintained layout will give every golfer a challenge.
Wilsonville is only an hour away from all of the recreational opportunities of the Cascade Mountains and the ocean beaches. Also, the cultural, shopping and recreational activities of the Portland metropolitan area are just 17 miles north.