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Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Subaru This Year

Here at CARR Subaru in Beaverton, Oregon, we believe every experience is better with a Subaru vehicle — and these fun Valentine’s Day ideas are a perfect example. Whether you’re planning a day of fun with your partner or just need simple gift suggestions, we’ve got you covered.

Explore the great outdoors together

If you and your partner love exploring the outdoors, Beaverton is the perfect place for it. After packing some water, snacks, and multiple layers of clothing, hop inside your capable, practical Subaru and head out to Cooper Mountain Nature Park, Tualatin Hills Nature Park, or Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge for a day of hiking and sightseeing.

Plan a tailgate date

If the weather’s dry, try a tailgate date this Valentine’s Day. Gather your favorite picnic food and drinks, comfy folding chairs and blankets, and portable speakers for your favorite music. Then, load up the Subaru, head to your favorite outdoor spot in Beaverton, and enjoy each other’s company!

Have your sweetie’s Subaru detailed

What can you get for the person who has everything? Have their Subaru detailed by the service department at CARR Subaru! Our detailers will give it a thorough cleaning both inside and out until it practically looks like new. Your sweetie is sure to be impressed by this thoughtful gift!

For all your Subaru needs — on Valentine’s Day or any other day — contact our team of experts here at CARR Subaru in Beaverton.

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Fun Outdoor Spring Activities in Vancouver, WA

Outdoor Spring Activities in Vancouver, Washington

Warmer weather is the perfect time to explore Beaverton, Oregon and the surrounding area. Check out these fun outdoor spring activities if you want to get in the Subaru and enjoy a delightful day in Vancouver, Washington.

Esther Short Park and Playground

The Esther Short Park and Playground is the state of Washington’s oldest public square. Spanning five acres, this lively and friendly park features sounds of live music and street performers. Every Saturday from March through Oct., the park holds the Vancouver Farmers Market.

Fort Vancouver National Historic Site

More than 350 acres make up the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, which is maintained by the National Park Service. Visitors can learn all about its history, including its origin as a fur trading depot back in 1825. Fort Vancouver is dog-friendly, so feel free to bring along your pet to explore designated trails on foot.

Waterfront Renaissance Trail

This 5-mile paved walkway connects Esther Short Park to the Wintler Community Park over the Columbia River. Take in the mesmerizing view of the water as you burn some endorphins along with the joggers, bikers, and other pedestrians.

Contact us at CARR Subaru for even more exciting destinations to drive your Subaru to.