Cedar Hills is perfectly situated for anyone looking to explore everything the PNW has to offer. We’re surrounded by parks, local recreation and less than 20 minutes from Portland and Vancouver Washington. Want to escape to the Oregon Coast or the Columbia River Gorge? Plan a trip and be there in less than and hour and a half. At the end of each adventure, come home to Cedar Hills to reset and unwind.
Outdoor living is one of the best things Portland has to offer, and our neighborhood is no different. Quiet, wooded streets are ripe for an evening walk, and enchanting parks and green spaces lie just a stones throw from the complex. Plus, just a short way down the road you’ll find yourself thrown into a world of shops and restaurants in Cedar Hills Crossing.
CEDAR HILLS RECREATION CENTER
Situated just down the road from Cedar Hills Apartments, the rec. center has classes and activities for people of all ages, from yoga to painting and everything in-between. In addition, you have access soccer fields, softball fields, basketball courts and even an ADA accessible trail and playground.
A world-wide favorite (and the only one in the state or Oregon), it’s the perfect place to stop for a quick lunch before getting back to work, or an early dinner before a night out on the town.
COMMONWEALTH LAKE PARK
This sprawling, 20-acre park encompasses the beautiful Commonwealth Lake. A .8-mile trail circles the lake, while the rest of the park boasts a playground, soccer field and is a favorite spot for bird watchers. Anyone an avid angler? You can fish in the lake! License required, of course.
TUALATIN HILLS NATURE PARK
A 222-acre nature park and wildlife preserve that sits neatly in the heart of Beaverton. This remarkably diverse area contains wetlands, stream, and forests, and is home to a staggering amount of wildlife. 5 miles of trails wind their way through the preserve, many of which are ADA accessible.
Everyone loves cookies, right? In just around three years, Crumbl has gone from just one bakery to over 200 across the USA! As the fastest growing cookie company in the nation, they’re sure to have something for everyone when that cookie craving comes knocking.
Explore the array of small boutique shops, breweries, restaurants, and galleries. This area is lively, unique, and located in the heart of downtown Portland. Plan your visit, and be sure to visit Powell’s City of Books.
The seventh oldest museum in the United States, this attraction was founded in late 1892 and is internationally recognized. It features a collection of more than 50,000 objects reflecting the history of art from ancient times to present day.
ST. JOHNS BRIDGE
Immerse yourself (and your pup too) in the 6.5 mile loop at North Forest Park via St. Johns Bridge. You’ll get to cross the St. Johns Bridge over the Willamette River and escape to the forest along the well-kept shaded trail.
MCMENAMINS KENNEDY SCHOOL
This historic elementary school is a staple and a must see. Since its opening in 1915, it has been renovated and updated into the most unique hotel fit with 57 rooms. This location also features a restaurant, small bars, movie theater, pool, brewery and gift shop.
PORTLAND FARMERS MARKET
Pick up fresh groceries for the week at the local farmer’s market. With more than 200 vendors supplying everything from baked goods, meat, and seafood to cheese, flowers, and specialty foods, you can get everything you need for the week ahead.
PORTLAND JAPANESE GARDEN
Whether you need to meditate, reset, or be transported into a beautiful and authentic world, this is your place to visit. This urban oasis displays 12 acres with 8 separate garden styles – streams, intimate walkways, and views of Mt. Hood. It also features an authentic Japanese Tea House.
15 MINUTES DRIVE TO DOWNTOWN PORTLAND
LESS THAN 10 MINUTES TO BEAVERTON
JUST OVER 1 HOUR TO THE OREGON COAST
LESS THAN 1 HOUR TO COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE
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