Kinslie Heights in Oregon City, is located at the end of the Oregon Trail and once the home of State’s capital, the city’s rich history and culture provides the perfect setting for this new community.
The historic downtown’s revival is nurturing a vibrant environment for new restaurants, stores, wine & coffee shops.
There are 10 parks nearby all offering different types of terrain for hiking, jogging, or walking. Enjoy a run near the Williamette Falls, a natural waterfall on the Willamette River between Oregon City and West Linn. As the largest waterfall in the Pacific Northwest and the seventeenth widest in the world, it always offers something new to view. Head to nearby boat launches at Clackamette Park with kayaks, canoes, or boats to spend a day on the water. Cycling enthusiasts, find yourself biking on open roads through the great outdoors Oregon City has to offer.
If you want to catch up with old friends, check out one of the local vineyards, such as Forest Edge, compete with a friendly game of golf, or check out a concert in the park. All summer long, the city offers free concerts in the park for the enjoyment of residents. For the brave souls who don’t scare easily, Ghost Tours take place at dark and share history of past residents.
You won’t want to miss the Saturday Farmers Market, taking place between May and October. Stock up on fruits and veggies for the week and enjoy meeting neighbors while being serenaded by the sounds of local musicians.
If you want to venture into the bigger cities nearby, such as Portland or Salem, Interstate 205 passes through the northern edge of the city. Jet setters can find pleasure knowing the Portland International Airport is only 15 miles north of the city.
Your only problem with the city will be figuring out where to start having all of the fun your new community has to offer.
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