From skiing slopes to soaring notes, Villebois' ideal location is close to everything.
When you live at Villebois, there are countless local and regional attractions nearby, just waiting for you and your family to explore.
There is so much to do in and around Villebois – you’d better clear your calendar! Downtown, you’ll find:
You’ll also want to stop by the Portland Farmers Market.
But the experience here isn’t just about the city-it’s about enjoying nature, as well. You could go skiing on Mt. Hood, which is about an hour and a half away, or take a quick, half-hour trip into Portland’s wine country for an unforgettable afternoon – or vacation – tasting some of the country’s finest wines.
The Willamette Valley is full of great golf courses, and these are just some of public courses Villebois residents can tee up:
Langdon Farms Golf Club - Tel: (503) 678-4653
Charbonneau Golf and Country Club - Tel: (503) 694-1246
Sandelie Golf Course - Tel: (503) 655-1461
Willamette Valley Country Club - Tel: (503) 266-4066
At an impressive 187 miles, the Willamette River is one of the longest rivers in Oregon. It’s also the 13th largest river in the continental U.S. by volume, and the largest river in Oregon, offering great natural beauty, abundant wildlife, and varied recreational opportunities like water skiing and boating, steel head fishing, canoeing, and kayaking. Learn More >>
Water Sports and Games
Wilsonville, Oregon, only a few miles from the Willamette and Clackamas Rivers, is an excellent home base for boaters and fishermen, and is easily accessible by the nearby facilities listed below. For a more comprehensive, statewide list of access facilities, visit Boat Oregon’s home page at www.boatoregon.com.
Sportcraft Landing - Telephone: (503) 657-8299
Meldrum Bar Park - Telephone: (503) 656-5225
Cedar Oak - Telephone: (503) 557-4700
Just a few miles down the road from Villebois sits the Sherwood Forest Equestrian Center, which is a full-care boarding facility with 120 acres and miles of trails.
World Class Hiking
The Oregon CoastLess than two hours west of Wilsonville (approx. 90 miles), the Oregon Coast makes for a great daytrip for Villebois residents. There, you’ll enjoy beautiful public beaches stretching up and down 101, as well as plenty of great spots to beach comb or stop for a cup of clam chowder. Learn More >>
Nestled in the Willamette Valley, Villebois features picturesque views of Mt. Hood and Mt. St. Helens. With convenient access to I-5, the trip to Mt. Hood (approx. 90 miles) is just above an hour and a half. So, whether you’re hitting the slopes in the heart of winter or gearing up for a spring hike, Villebois is in the middle of it all.
Mount Hood - www.allmounthood.com
Located just three hours from Villebois, Bend, Oregon is famous for its outdoor recreation options. From kayaking and rafting, skiing and golfing, to hiking and mountain biking, outdoor enthusiasts from across the country love to visit and vacation at Bend.Learn More >>
Bend Oregon - www.allbendoregon.com
Columbia River Gorge
This breathtaking scenic attraction is located on the border of Oregon and Washington and offers windsurfing and kite surfing, over 200 species of plants, breathtaking waterfalls and natural landscape, and world-class hiking. Learn More >>
Columbia Gorge - www.allmounthood.com/columbia-gorge/
Wine CountryLocated in the heart of Oregon’s North Willamette Valley — one of the state’s six winegrowing regions — Villebois is only a short half-hour drive (approx. 15 miles) away from the region’s 92 wineries in Newberg, Dundee, and Carlton—most of which offer both tours of their facilities and tasting seminars. Learn More >>
For sports fans, Portland, Oregon offers a number of ways to get in on the action throughout the year.
Portland Trailblazers - Basketball (NBA franchise)
Portland Winterhawks– Ice Hockey (Western Hockey League)
Portland Timbers - Soccer (A-League, Pacific Division)
Portland Beavers– Baseball (Triple-A, Pacific Coast League)