The western gateway to the Columbia River Gorge, the quaint city of Troutdale offers a historic downtown and easy access to outdoor adventure. Residents here are but a short drive from the historic Columbia River Highway, Mount Hood Scenic Byway, famous Multnomah Falls (and 10 other area waterfalls), the impressive Bonneville Dam, Cascade Locks and popular windsurfing destination – Hood River.
For fishermen, you can’t do better than the nearby Sandy River for steelhead and avid boaters will find the Sandy River, Columbia River at Lewis and Clark State Park, Sundial Marina and Chinook Landing on the Columbia River all provide ample access for their favorite activity. Enjoy ample hiking trails in the Columbia River Gorge and in Troutdale’s over one dozen municipal parks.
Historic downtown Troutdale offers old time charm in its specialty shops by way of antique and vintage items, handmade furniture, and the retro soda fountain and lunch counter at the Troutdale General Store. Two historic museums (Harlow House and the Troutdale Rail Museum) and a contemporary outlet mall round things out.
McMenamin’s sprawling 38-acre Edgefield property is host to nearly everything you could ever want in a getaway, from outdoor summer concerts and year round live music to its hotel, restaurants, movie theater, brewery, bars, distillery, teahouse, spa, glass blower’s house, gardens, winery, golf course and homemade ice cream shack.
The opportunity for regular exploration in Oregon’s great outdoors, the unique restaurants, the small, tight-knit community rich with history, and the easy access to all that the “big city” has to offer make Troutdale the ideal home base for the urban outdoorsman.
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