Oregon City Bed and Breakfasts
Oregon City was the first city in the United States west of the Rocky Mountains to be incorporated. It is the county seat of Clackamas County, Oregon and is an outstanding bed and breakfast destination. Many historical buildings have been preserved in Oregon City, including McLoughlin's Georgian home and the Ermatinger House from 1845. The Stevens Crawford Museum is a 1908 structure with 15 furnished rooms, many with their original fittings, since the house was used as a home continuously until 1968. While relaxing at an Oregon City inn, enjoy one of Oregon City's 22 city parks (with more planned for the future). One of the city's largest parks is Clackamette Park, at the confluence of the Clackamas and Willamette Rivers. The park's features include a boat launch and dock, a skateboard park, and other recreational facilities. Several community festivals are held there throughout the year. Other major parks include Chapin, Hillendale, Rivercrest, and the new Wesley Lynn. The Park Place neighborhood is in the northeastern corner of the city, located on a bluff overlooking Abernethy Green. The Canemah neighborhood lies along Oregon Route 99E, and is a narrow strip of land sandwiched between the Willamette River and a bluff. Canemah was once an independent city before being annexed into Oregon City. Canemah was founded in 1845 and was the portage site around Willamette Falls for many years. It was supposedly named after an Indian chief. When staying at a B&B, take the time to dine at Tacho's Mexican Restaurant. The wait for drinks and food might be long, but the food is worth it and the employees are friendly. Izzy's Pizza Restaurant is a great place to take the kids and have a nice dinner.
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