Getting Here

Willamette Valley Rolling Hills

One of just a handful of urban refuges in the entire United States, Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge is an easy 30-minute drive from the heart of Portland; but whether you're coming from north, south, east, or west, it's simple to find us. So come experience the wilder side of the city, be it by car, bike, or even the bus!


Our Address

19255 SW Pacific Highway (Highway 99W)
Sherwood, OR 97140

Find Us on a Map

Visit our Map page

Google Maps

Take the Bus

Take the bus right to the front entrance! Check out the Tri-Met bus schedules for Route 93 (daily) and 94 (weekdays only). We're at Stop ID# 12743. Look for the kiosk at the bus stop for maps and information. Follow the trail from the bus stop, 100 yards to the Wildlife Center and main trailheads.

Ride Your Bike

We'd love it if you pedaled your way to the refuge. We've even got racks to securely lock up your ride as you explore our awesome trails where the only wheels you'll find are on strollers and chairs.

Drive

From the North:  Drive southbound on Highway 99W and continue through the town of King City.  Approximately .7 miles beyond the Cipole Rd traffic light, turn right into the Refuge. Look for brown highway guide signs.

From the South:  Drive northbound on Highway 99W, approximately 1 mile north of Tualatin-Sherwood Road.  Look for brown highway guide signs directing you to make a U-turn in order to enter into the Refuge.