One of the best parts of living at Beaverton Lodge is the accessibility to an amazing array of nature, civic buildings, restaurants and more.
Incorporated in 1893 and with a population just shy of 100,000, Beaverton has a rich history and excellent city layout. The Kalapuya people originally inhabited the Tualatin Valley calling it Chakeipi "place of the beaver" and was known to settlers as Beaverdam. From farmlands to cityscape, Beaverton has just about everything nearby to keep you interested.
Our residents at Beaverton Lodge love the central locality of our building to the heart of the city center. If needed, our residents can hop on one of our shuttle busses for a quick ride to numerous places including the Elsie Stuhr Center where people 55 and older can attend health, wellness and exercise classes. The Beaverton Library is also close and our residents love checking out books, movies and music along with browsing the stacks and enjoying their love of books. On Saturdays, even in winter, the Beaverton Farmers Market is filled with vendors selling fresh cut flowers, colorful produce, artisan foods, crafts, jewelry, hot foods and more. It's fun to watch the shoppers carry out their bags of treasures and wondering what they found. Washington Square is a short distance away for more shopping and Griffin Park is a nearby treat for bird watching, people watching and enjoying a slice of nature in the city center.
At Beaverton Lodge, we offer more than just our four walls, we offer you a full city right outside our door just waiting to be explored. Call us today.
12900 S.W. Ninth Street
Beaverton, Oregon, 97005