Sports Trip - Explore Wilsonville
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Sports Trip

Stay in the heart of it all: Wilsonville. Whether you’re visiting for a few hours or a few days, you’ll find Sports Trip itineraries here packed with ideas to help you plan your trip.


  • Miles of Scenic Biking
  • Original Bouldering Gym
  • 3+ Golf Courses
  • Paddler Paradise
  • Year-Round Fun at Mt. Hood

3 Days

100 Miles

10 Stops

Day 1

Greet sunrise on the bike trail. Start your day on the south end of Tualatin Valley Scenic Bikeway (A). Bring your bikes to Rood Bridge Park and Rhododendron Garden then embark on a smooth ride through rolling hills, vineyards and historic barns.

Feeling a little golf obsessed? Head to Topgolf (B) and play a high-tech round. Players hit micro-chipped golf balls at giant dartboard like targets. You earn points based on how close you get. Think of it as an upgrade to family night.

Stop by Circuit Bouldering Gym (C) for a climb. This cavernous space is one of the original bouldering gyms in the PNW. Embrace your inner child as your scramble up the routes—with options for kids, beginners and advanced climbers.

Fuel up as you travel back toward Wilsonville. Grab a tee time on the greens at Charbonneau Golf Club (D). Play a round on the beautiful course, which is divided into three different 9-hole sections. Stay for happy hour on the patio.

Couple golfing at Charbonneau Golf Club
Meander through the lush fairways of the 27-hole Charbonneau Golf Club.
Family walking on a trail at Memorial Park
Memorial Park is the perfect location for walkers and runners, alike, to enjoy classic Pacific Northwest scenery.

Day 2

Start the next day with a leisurely walk around Memorial Park (E). Bring bikes or play a round of disc-golf at Wilsonville’s biggest park.

Next, hit the fairway at Langdon Farms Golf Club (F)—a treasured golf course in the area. The course is always ready for play with year-round dry conditions. Grab lunch at the Langdon Grill before starting at Kohl Creek Golf Course (G), the second course of the day. Locals love this family-owned course. The relaxed vibe and friendly staff make it an ideal place to take a beginner.

End the day with a scenic bike ride on the Canby Ferry Trail (H). Roll along the Willamette River and pastoral views. The journey includes a trip across the historic Canby Ferry (Tip: bring cash to cover the crossing.). Dine at restaurants and wineries along the trail.

Day 3

Wake up with the mighty Willamette River. Rent paddleboards, kayaks and canoes at eNRG Kayaking (I) at Willamette Park (additional rental sites available). Explore the river yourself or take a guided tour to Willamette Falls. Fishing canoes are available for the anglers in your group.

If you’ve got more energy, venture out to nearby Mt. Hood (J). Oregon’s beloved mountain is a year-round playground. In the winter, fly down the slopes, go tubing, visit the terrain park or take a guided snowmobile tour. Summer is just as busy, with mountain biking, hiking and the Ski Bowl Adventure Park.

Couple kayaking at the Willamette River
Check out eNRG Kayaking for a tour to explore the Willamette River transportation route used by early pioneers.

Trip Tips

Wilsonville makes a great basecamp for your sports trip. Stay the night (or two). It also offers some of the region’s best transit options. SMART buses are always free within Wilsonville and make it easy to bring bikes.

Bikers: Check out the 100+ mile Willamette Valley Scenic Bikeway. It’s the first official scenic bikeway in the United States. Hikers: check out the Outdoorsy Trip for nature-fueled fun. Paddlers: explore the area by way of the water, along 187 miles of the Willamette River Water Trail.