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Top 10 Neighborhood Amenities in Beaverton and Hillsboro area, Oregon

Beaverton is located in Washington County. Its population is 89,803 (according to the 2010 census). This makes Beaverton the second-largest city in the county and Oregon's sixth-largest city. The development of an electronics industry which includes multiple Intel sites and the headquarters for Nike, have been instrumental in Beaverton's growth. The public transportation is incredible including the MAX light rail line running through the heart of Beaverton.

Sunset Bowling Alley

Conveniently located bowling facility that is popular for its birthday party packages. Has a full sports bar and food menu. Reservations are recommended as they are booked well in advance. Kids gaming area.
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Beaverton High School

One of several surrounding high schools, Beaverton High is located in the center of Beaverton. Beaverton is classified as a 6A school, Oregon's biggest enrollment classification. They have multiple sporting programs for both boys and girls and a solid academic track record.

Beaverton City Library

Considered the city’s “crown jewel”, Beaverton City Library boasts two location: the busy main library is located in the heart of Beaverton surrounded by parks and next to the Farmers Market, with a new neighborhood branch in the Murray Scholls Center. Open seven days a week, the library offers over 400,000 items for check-out. Your library card provides access to all libraries in Washington County as well.

Beaverton Town Square

A staple in the city of Beaverton. You can find almost anything here ranging from places to eat, get your nails done, Trader Joe's, Fred Meyer's Buffalo Wild Wings just to name a few. The parking lot might be packed but you can walk to all the stores in one shot to get your daily tasks done.
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Lowami Hart Woods Park

One of Beaverton's many beautiful parks. Walking trails, streams, trees, places to have a picnic. No need to drive all the way to the mountain to enjoy amazing scenery and peaceful solstice. It's in your backyard.
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Big Al's

More than just family fun. You have multiple bowling lanes with a kids play area and tons of fun. For the adult in you, enjoy a fully loaded sports bar with 4 big screen T.V.'s and multiple smaller ones to insure you game is being shown. The food menu is fantastic.
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Cinetopia

Upscale movie viewing at its best. Formal dining area. Food can be delivered directly to many of the theaters. Alcoholic beverages are also available in many of the theaters. Leather chairs that recline. Adult only theaters. Everything you want in a movie experience.

Century 16 Theatre

Great place to see movies with adjustable seating. Happy Tuesday's Movies under $6 dollars. They honor student, military and senior discounts. Located next to Beaverton Mall with several places to eat within walking distance.
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Nike Headquarters

Yes, this is NIKE's national headquarters visited yearly by 1000's of top profile superstars. You can coordinate a tour of this amazing facility that provides literally everything an employee can imagine. Their employee outlet store is only a few moments away but you'll need to know someone to hook you up with a guest pass where everything is 50% off.
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Tualatin Hills Parks and Recreation Center

The Park Center is just the start. State of the art tennis facility, multiple pool sites with Beaverton, softball complexes, soccer complexes and so much more. All part of your Beaverton taxes at work. Access to most of the facilities are free. You buy annual individual or family passes for upgraded features or pay per visit. So many things offered, so little space to write so start with the Recreation Center, they have all the information you need to guide you in the right direction.
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Top 10 Neighborhood Amenities in Beaverton and Hillsboro area, Oregon