Cities: Tigard

Wilson Tigard arrived in the area known as East Butte in 1852 and settled with his family. Tigard¹s son, Charles F. Tigard, built a general store, a meeting hall and later served on the Oregon Legislature. The general store became the home for the area¹s post office, which prompted the renaming of East Butte to Tigardville by Charles F. Tigard in honor of his father. Tigardville remained a small farming community until the arrival of the Oregon Electric Railroad (OERR) in 1910. The OERR not only brought the development of Main Street, but also shortened Tigardville to Tigard, distinguishing it from neighboring community, Wilsonville.

Choose from standard rooms, business rooms or four different kinds of suites when staying at this pet-friendly Tigard, OR hotel.

Motel 6 Portland - Tigard West is located off I-5 at Exit 290. Restaurants and shopping malls are nearby. Visit the Oaks Amusement Park or the Oregon Zoo within 10 miles. Enjoy our smoke free property.

Motel 6 Portland South-Lake Oswego-Tigard is conveniently located off of I-5. Visit the zoo or Portland State University, 10 miles. Dining is nearby. Enjoy our modern rooms and seasonal outdoor heated pool.