PPC is located in the Sellwood-Westmoreland neighborhood. We are a go-to location for restaurants, wine bars, cafes, antique shops, Columbia Sportswear outlet, etc.
Some Lodging Suggestions:
Vacation Rentals by Owner — Sellwood-Westmoreland. Rooms and homes in the neighborhood.
AirBnB — Sellwood-Westmoreland. Rooms and homes in the neighborhood.
Brooklyn Extended Stay — Very close to PPC. Mention PPC when you call them to reserve.
Howard Johnsons Airport — Convenient if you are flying in. If you are coming in for the Nationals or Rose City Open, mention PPC and the event when making your reservation.
Days Inn Clackamas — Off 205 Freeway and easy drive to PPC. If you are coming in for the Nationals or Rose City Open, mention PPC and the event when making your reservation.
Some Non-Petanque suggestions
Depending on where you live in this vast country of ours, summer is either upon you or it’s on its way shortly. One thing for sure is that it’s never here soon enough. Here in Portland summer is greatly anticipated as it’s the one time of year we don’t get any rain. From (roughly) the beginning of July through (roughly) the end of August we’re guaranteed rain free days void of humidity with plenty of sunshine and daylight past 9.
We encourage you to take a look at our wonderful city (and state) as a destination for more than boules. Come a few days early, stay a few days late, or both! Did you know that July is Oregon Craft Beer Month? We’re only an hour and half from the ocean, have a fine food culture, produce world class wines (the Willamette Valley Wine Country is only an hour away) and we have no sales tax. Yep, if it says $19.95 on the price tag you pay $19.95. No annoying sales tax, period.
Please click on the links below for information about Oregon and Portland and give some thought to coming and visiting our city, playing boules at the club and enjoying the Pacific Northwest in the summer.
The International Rose Test Garden is a must-see if you have an interest in roses. And the view over the city to Mt. Hood can’t be beat on a clear day. (We DO get clear days.)
Oregon State Parks offer a wealth of scenic and outdoor activities. Many are a short drive away.
City of Portland Parks and Recreation site lists a large number of activities and venues. The Springwater Corridor, a Rail-to-Trail effort, runs along the Sellwood neighborhood to the riverfront and downtown.
Downtown Portland offers a wealth of artistic, historical and other points of interest. Ask PPC players for their favorites.