Tualatin Valley Sports Planners Guide

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Sports Planners Guide


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Contents 2 Multisport

Multisport complexes provide flexibility and can accommodate a variety of sports and events.

4 Additional



Indoor and outdoor facilities, many of which specialize in a single sport, can accommodate smaller events.

5 Getting

Around the Region

Š2020, Washington County Visitors Association The Sports Planners Guide is published by the Washington County Visitors Association. Great effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained herein, the WCVA assumes responsibility for errors or omissions. All listings are subject to change without notice. For additional listings and a calendar of upcoming events, please visit tualatinvalley.org

Located minutes from Portland and close to many attractions in the area, Tualatin Valley is easily accessible, and getting around the region is easy.





Multisport Complexes

Hillsboro Parks & Recreation 53rd Ave. Spor ts Fields (30 0 N E 53rd Ave., Hillsboro; 503-681-6420; hillsborooregon.gov/Home/Components/FacilityDirectory/ FacilityDirectory/54/893) The 53rd Ave. Sports Fields are approximately 178,000 square feet of all-weather artificial turf. With lighted fields striped for two soccer/lacrosse fields, this venue can also accommodate a wide variety of sports and other recreational activities. Amenities include restroom and a concessions building adjacent to the fields. Gordon Faber Recreation Complex (4400 NE 229th Ave., Hillsboro; 503-615-6536; hillsboro-oregon.gov/departments/parks-recreation/ our-facilities/gordon-faber-recreation-complex) The Gordon Faber Recreation Complex, adjacent to Highway 26, is a 90-acre multipurpose complex featuring stadium seating for 7,000 spectators. This venue boasts 170,000 square feet of lighted all-weather artificial turf, Ron Tonkin Field (home of Minor League Baseball’s Hillsboro Hops) and six lighted

natural-grass ball fields. Amenities include a seating for 1,500 spectators. This indoor/outdoor jogging path on the perimeter of the complex, venue offers an abundance of space to accomlocker rooms, concession stands, an on-site modate a diverse number of sporting events. playground, and a nearby dog park. Indoor facilities include: athletic center with six indoor courts and running track, aquatic Hare Field – Hillsboro School District (1151 center with a 50-meter pool and three NE Grant St., Hillsboro; 503-844-1320) Hare high-dive platforms, and tennis center with Field is home to two baseball fields (one lighted), 14 indoor courts. Outdoor facilities include: an artificial lighted turf field and an eight-lane five lighted softball/youth baseball fields, two all-weather track surface. lighted baseball-only fields, two lighted turf soccer/lacrosse fields and three natural turf The City of Hillsboro Fairgrounds Sports soccer/lacrosse fields, roller hockey rink, skate Complex (490 NE 28th Ave., Hillsboro; 503park, and four basketball courts. 681-6420; hillsboro-oregon.gov/departments/ Amenities of the Howard M. Terpenning parks-recreation/our-facilities/fairgrounds-sportsComplex include concessions, restrooms, playcomplex) The City of Hillsboro Fairgrounds grounds and walking paths. Sports Complex is located on 19.6 acres adjacent to the Washington County Fairgrounds and THPRD/PCC Rock Creek Recreation Fafeatures five softball/baseball fields (three cility – Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation lighted), two practice soccer fields (one lighted) District (17705 NW Springville Rd., Portland; and four lighted tennis courts. Amenities 503-645-6433; thprd.org) THPRD/PCC Rock include playground equipment, restrooms and Creek Recreation Facility, located on the concessions. Rock Creek campus of Portland Community College (PCC) in the northeastern corner of Washington County, is a recently constructed (THPRD) 32-acre recreation facility featuring two synthetic turf fields, four sand-based baseball Howard M. Terpenning Recreation Complex fields, two natural-turf practice fields and six (15707 SW Walker Rd., Beaverton; 503-629- lighted tennis courts. Amenities include multi6330; thprd.org) The Howard M. Terpenning use trails, playground equipment, a picnic Complex is a 92-acre facility featuring bleacher pavilion, restrooms and concessions.

Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District


The following is a closer look at Washington County’s multisport complexes, which provide state-of-the-art facilities, a variety of amenities and an array of sports that can be accommodated.


Pacific University University Conference & Event Support Services Lois Hornberger 503-352-2240 lhornberger@pacificu.edu

Hanson Stadium Hanson Stadium is a recently renovated multisport facility with stadium seating for 1,100 spectators. The stadium features an all-weather lighted turf field and a nine-lane all-weather track with long-jump pits along the straightaway. Amenities include press boxes with wireless Internet, wheelchair access via elevators and directional lighting on the field.

Chuck Bafaro Stadium Chuck Bafaro Stadium is a recently renovated baseball facility with stadium seating for 500 spectators. Amenities include press boxes with wireless Internet, wheelchair access via elevators, concession stands, enclosed bullpens, enclosed batting cages and equipment storage rooms.

Liberty High School (21945 NW Wagon Way, Hillsboro; 503-8441277; hsd.k12.or.us/liberty) Liberty High School in Hillsboro opened in 2003 and is home to several multi-purpose athletic facilities. The school features indoor bleacher seating for up to 3,000 spectators and outdoor covered stadium seating for 3,400 spectators. Amenities include covered dugouts, scoreboards, an enclosed press box and two concession facilities. Indoor venues include a gym with one fullsize court used for basketball, volleyball and badminton, and a second gym with a shorter court for additional practice space and games, room for wrestling, and dance. Outdoor venues include three lighted turf fields, two unlighted grass fields, an all-weather eight-lane lighted track situated around the main turf field and four baseball fields (two lighted and regulation size).

The Beaverton Hoop YMCA (9685 SW Harvest Ct., Beaverton; 503-2239622; ymcacw.org/locations/beaverton-hoop-ymca) The Beaverton Hoop YMCA is home to six full-size, adjoining indoor basketball courts. Amenities include locker rooms, business offices, basketball courts, weight and training areas, a café, and spacious parking.

Stoller Center Stoller Center is a 95,000-square-foot athSherman/Larkins Stadium letic center with bleacher seating for 2,500 Sherman/Larkins Stadium is a recently renovated spectators. Features three basketball/volleyball softball facility with stadium seating for 300 courts, a wrestling room, three racquetball spectators. Amenities of this facility include courts and a dance studio. Amenities include press boxes with wireless Internet, wheelchair a 15,000-square-foot field house used for access via elevators, concession stands, enclosed multisport practice during the wet season, a bullpens, enclosed batting cages, inning-by-in- 5,000-square-foot weight and fitness room, ning scoreboards and ample equipment locker rooms, saunas and 16 private team rooms. storage rooms.

The Courts in Beaverton (14523 SW Millikan Way #110, Beaverton; 503-646-7905; thecourtsinbeaverton.com) The Cour ts is a f ul ly air-condit ioned , 30,000 -square-foot, multisport indoor facility featuring two full-size multi-use courts, two junior-size courts, and two fullsize volleyball courts. All courts are separated by netting preventing interference between games. Amenities include 40-foot ceilings, three big-screen televisions and a courtside café.

Scoggins Valley Park/Henry Hagg Lake (50250 SW Scoggins Valley Rd., Gaston; 503359-5732; co.washington.or.us/Support_Services/ Facilities/Parks/Hagglake/) Perfect for triathlons, endurance races, boating, watersports and trout/ bass fishing, Scoggins Valley Park/Henry Hagg Lake is a 1,200-acre reservoir in the foothills of the Coast Range. Surrounding the lake are 15 miles of running, hiking and bicycling trails, 10.5 miles of which are paved. Horning’s Fishing & Picnic Hideout (21277 NW Brunswick Canyon Rd., North Plains; 503-647-2920; horningshideout.com) Horning’s Fishing & Picnic Hideout is nestled in a picturesque wooded canyon. This unique venue is ideal for endurance races, such as mud runs, and features walking, running, biking and hiking trails, as well as stocked lakes. Horning’s Hideout also features three championship 18-hole disc golf courses, which include a permanent night course equipped with solar lights on tee pads and targets, making it perfect for professional disc golf tournaments.


Additional Multi-Use Facilities



Multisport Facilities

Single-Sport Facilities

Indoor Goals 16340 NW Bethany Court, Beaverton indoorgoals.com

Evergreen Curling Club 10950 SW Fifth Street. #155, Beaverton evergreencurling.org

• Privately managed

Northwest Fencing Center 4950 SW Western Avenue, Beaverton nwfencing.org

• Sports accommodated: Baseball, roller hockey, lacrosse, soccer TVWD Athletic Fields – Merlo 1700 SW 170th Avenue, Beaverton thprd.org • Facility managed by: Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District • Sports accommodated: Baseball, football, soccer, softball

Portland Badminton Club 7275 NW Evergreen Pkwy., Building F #250, Hillsboro portlandbadmintonclub.com PDX SportsCenter 8785 SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy., Portland pdxsportscenter.com/ Tualatin Indoor Soccer 11883 SW Itel Street, Tualatin tualatinindoor.com

For a complete list of sports facilities in the Tualatin Valley, visit tualatinvalley.org/sporting-event-planners.


Additional Sports Facilities


Getting Around the Region Kilometers

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1 hour, 40 min.

Hood River



1 hour, 11 min.

Columbia River Gorge



1 hour, 8 min.

Mount Hood (Timberline Lodge)



1 hour, 30 min.




1 hour, 19 min.

Cannon Beach



1 hour, 25 min.




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Lincoln City



2 hours, 14 min.




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Klamath Falls



4 hours, 45 min.




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Vancouver, B.C.

Airports & Mass Transportation Hillsboro Airport 3355 NE Cornell Rd., Hillsboro flypdx.com/Airports/Hillsboro Portland Amtrak Station Union Station, 800 NW Sixth Ave., Portland amtrak.com

Portland Greyhound Station 550 NW Sixth Ave., Portland greyhound.com TriMet Light rail, bus and streetcar transportation trimet.org

Portland International Airport 7000 NE Airport Way, Portland flypdx.com/PDX

Bus Charters/ Transportation Blue Star Transportation 503-249-1837 bluestarbus.com Double Decker PDX 503-575-5875 doubledeckerpdx.com

MTR Western 800-975-0464 503-241-3778 mtrwestern.com NW Navigator 503-285-3000 nwnavigator.com

Hometown Advantage 888-604-3352 hometownadvantage.com

About the Washington County Visitors Association The Washington County Visitors Association (WCVA) is the official destination marketing organization for Washington County, Oregon. It serves the region’s tourism industry by actively promoting Oregon’s Washington County as a premier destination for meetings and events, sporting events, business travelers, and leisure travelers. A dedicated sales team provides complimentary assistance to tour and packaged-travel planners and operators. Services include helping to find and secure group room blocks, facility rentals, visitor information, and referrals to local businesses. To get started with planning a sporting event in Oregon’s Washington County, visit tualatinvalley.org, call 503-6445555 or toll-free 800-537-3149, or e-mail sales@wcva.org.