Oregon City is located 13 miles South of Portland at the confluence of the Willamette and Clackamas Rivers. The city has three major zones, defined by steep hills or bluffs. Oregon City is home to shopping areas, recreational opportunities, businesses, a wide variety of historical and cultural attractions, and several Interpretive Centers and Museums dedicated to celebrating the Pioneer spirit.
Oregon City can lay claim to a list of accomplishments. It was the first incorporated city west of the Rockies, the first Oregon State Capitol, the last stop on the Oregon Trail, is currently home to the only municipal elevator in the United States and is the first Oregon town to receive the Great American Main Street Award.
With the revitalization of downtown Main Street and the upcoming river walk at the Blue Heron Paper Mill site, Oregon City presents notable charm with modern amenities. This historic McLoughlin neighborhood is full of Victorian and Craftsman homes with the hilltop offering a wide variety of ranch style and newer construction homes.
Park Place, Two Rivers, Clackamas Heights, Mount Pleasant McLoughlin, Barclay Hills, Canemah, Rivercrest, South End, Hazel Grove, Tower Vista, Hillendale, Gaffeny Lane and Caufield
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