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Troutdale, 12 miles east of Portland, is located at the confluence of the mighty Columbia River and its major tributary the Sandy River. It is also known as the Gateway to the Gorge. Troutdale is a tourist hotspot, but many Portland home-buyers overlook it as a place to live. Troutdale is well worth looking into for your real estate investment.

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Troutdale History

John Harlow, a sea captain, purchased the Troutdale land claim in 1872 and built a large estate. The ponds that Harlow created in the dales of the land were home to a large number of native trout, both cutthroat and rainbow. Harlow convinced railroad magnates that he should build a depot on his estate. Soon, there were more homes and a postal office, which they named Troutdale. There are still many great fishing opportunities in the area!

Troutdale Tourism Industry

It is a place for business and recreation. Troutdale is close to Portland and Gresham, its largest suburb. It also has close ties with Sandy and Corbett. Troutdale is supported by a steady stream of revenue from major tourist attractions like McMenamins Edgefield and outlet malls. Troutdale is home to Amazon and FedEx, although most residents commute to Gresham and Portland for work.

Troutdale Education

Opportunities for higher education. It would be unusual for a town of 16,000 not to have a college that has 33,000 students. Hood Community College is located in Gresham. The college is located right at the border with Troutdale which gives the city its youthful energy. You can also find plenty to do around the college. These include attending a jazz concert or working out in their rock climbing gym, which is 2,000 square feet.

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Troutdale outdoor fun

Outdoor recreation is something to be proud of. Troutdale's eastern border is made up of five miles of Sandy River, and the Columbia River runs towards the Pacific at the city's north end. You can either walk or drive for forty minutes southeast to Mt. Hood National Forest. You can do anything outdoors , including rafting, fishing, windsurfing and kiteboarding.

Troutdale: a Pacific Northwest landmark.

A new era? Downtown Troutdale is located right on the Historic Columbia River Highway. This thoroughfare has been used for generations by pioneers, merchants, and travelers. The city's Gateway is undergoing redevelopment, which promises new business, housing, and a sense of community. You can't miss Troutdale's striking new wood-and stone-motif building, which is the landmark of downtown Discovery Block. A win for real estate values? You bet.

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