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Forest Grove is an Oregon State city that’s part of Washington County. It is 40 kilometers or 25 miles off of the western side of Portland. It was a little town whose economy was mostly supported by agriculture. At present, it’s Portland’s “bedroom” suburb. According to the 2010 census, Forest Grove has 21,083 citizens under its jurisdiction, which is about 19.1% more than its 17,708 population figure in 2000.
In the 19th Century, specifically in the 1840s, settlements were formed in the area that would be Forest Grove. In 1850, the town ended up platted. In 1872, the incorporation of the city happened, thus making it Washington County’s first many cities to come.
In the 20th Century, back in November 1908, the city got some much-needed electrical railway service care of the Oregon Electric Company (1908-1932). Its rival was Southern Pacific and its Red Electric passenger service (1914-1929). Finally, there’s the Forest Grove Transportation Company and its streetcar service (1906-1911).
The National Register of Historic Places has two districts and twelves properties from Forest Grove listed, which include the Old College Hall, First Church of Christ, and the Alvin T. Smith House, among others.
There’s also the Painter’s Woods Historic District and the Clark Historic District, which has 18 blocks’ worth of homes that date back to the 19th Century or 1854. As for the top tourist sites and attractions to visit in Forest Grove City, they include the following.
You can indulge in back-garden birding, wildlife observation, and wetland fun at the Fernhill Wetlands. There’s also the Montinore Estate, which is a winery wherein you can indulge in wine tasting and imbibing thanks to its vineyard. You can also go to the David Hill Vineyards & Winery instead to taste some delectable pinot noir. A family and extreme sport favorite is the Tree to Tree Adventure Park, which includes a long zip line for you to zip across and various aerial obstacles galore.