Bridgeport Village
Washington Square in Portland, Oregon
Back-to-School Shopping in Tualatin Valley


Washington Square in Portland, Oregon

Five Reasons to go Back-to-School Shopping in the Tualatin Valley

Plan one last summer family getaway and book a shopping hotel package for great back-to-school shopping in Tualatin Valley.

1. Tax-Free Clothing and School Supplies

Oregon does not impose a sales tax on goods and services. While you can take advantage of tax-free shopping anywhere in the state, the shopping centers of the Tualatin Valley are a pleasing mix of classic favorites and new-to-you stores that make a trip here worthwhile.

2. The Biggest and Best Stores

Washington Square boasts the largest Nordstrom in Oregon, and a multitude of stores with fashions for the entire family. Bridgeport Village is on trend with the “it” items from Anthropologie, Madewell and Free People. The Streets of Tanasbourne’s REI store is a beacon of light for looking good on the track, field or court. And we’re just skimming the surface of offerings here.

3. Free and Easy Parking

With ample parking that doesn’t require valet, quarters or even a parallel maneuver, keep your blood pressure in check while tackling that shopping list. The large parking structures are so big because, well, the stores they serve are big, too.

4. Shopping Deals and Steals

You can literally shop-til-you-drop…into a cozy bed in one of our nearby hotels. Even your hotel stay is a steal with shopping packages that come with coupon books, gift cards and complimentary shuttle service.

5. Mom and Dad Deserve Back-to-School Gear, Too

Parents get the first-day-of-school jitters, too. Shake it off with a little retail therapy at Saks Fifth Avenue’s OFF FIFTH. Be the chicest one at the PTA meeting! Also at Bridgeport Village is The Apple Store, where you can get the latest technology…tax free.

With Tualatin Valley’s premier shopping locales a skip away from Portland, you can snag great style and great deals before the first school bell rings. See the full breadth of shopping destinations in the Tualatin Valley.