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.
Facility Update: The Tualatin Hills Nature Center is currently closed to the public except for nature programs that may be taking place. The outdoor restrooms at the Tualatin Hills Nature Park and Cooper Mountain Nature Park are now open to the public, seven days a week.
Preschool: Nature Kids Preschool programs are currently taking place in the Nature Center on Monday through Friday mornings. If you are interested in participating in Nature Kids, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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. Dogs and other pets are prohibited in the Tualatin Hills Nature Park for the protection of wildlife.