Tourism brings in an annual average of $450 million to Washington County…
Be part of this exciting momentum
Washington County, Oregon, offers a wealth of attractions that are appealing to visitors: wine, golf, tax-free shopping, natural areas and more. The region is, indeed, Portland’s friendly next-door neighbor. Travelers collectively spend millions of dollars on lodging, camping, dining, shopping and entertainment, and tourism benefits the community as a whole.
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Together with the Washington County Visitors Association, you can benefit from the burgeoning tourism industry. The Washington County Visitors Association (WCVA) is the primary destination marketing organization for Washington County, Oregon, and markets the destination, its attractions and activities to leisure and business travelers around the globe. (Read more about the WCVA.) The WCVA also markets Washington County via several channels, including Facebook and Twitter.
Together we can do great things, and through partnerships we can continue to grow Washington County’s tourism industry.
(Photos: Banks-Vernonia State Trail; Washington Square; David Hill Vineyard, by Janis Miglavs)