Cities near Milwaukie
- 1Oregon, USA6 reviews
This out my back porch Lake O is the best place to live!!!
- 2Oregon, USA2 reviews
Close to the Mt. Hood area. The river is gorgeous with lots of water and nature surrounding it. Friendly people.
- 3Oregon, USA245 reviews
I’m convinced that the only reason every liberal in America hasn’t moved to Portland is because of its nine months of rain. Otherwise, there’s almost nothing not love. It’s a well-designed, ecologically friendly, forward thinking city with gorgeous trees and parks and hiking trails and mountains, quirky and interesting shops and restaurants, phenomenal art, a variety of thriving subcultures, effortless ...
- 4Oregon, USA15 reviews
- 5Washington, USA25 reviews
Made it over the state line from Oregon into Washington. Didn't get much time to explore Vancouver but hopefully I'll make it back up here sometime.
- 6Oregon, USA2 reviews
Newberg is the heart of the Willamette Valley and Pinot Noir country. Great wineries, good local restaurants, small hotels, and friendly people make Newberg an ideal home base when exploring the area.
- 7Oregon, USA4 reviews
Troutdale is a small town based in the heart of the Columbia River Gorge, a verdant landscape filled with stunning waterfalls. It's all accessible within hiking distance and is a highlight among many attractions in Oregon.
- 8Oregon, USA2 reviews
Corbett is a small registered community located in the mouth of the Columbia River Gorge. It's a lovely area and is about a thirty minute drive from Portland, Oregon.
- 9Oregon, USA5 reviews
- 10Oregon, USA3 reviews
Oregon City is a nice little city outside of Portland. Mainly known for the end of the Oregon Trail (which there's a museum here to celebrate that). It's in good proximity to Portland so lots to do, can come here for a 1/2 day.
- 11Oregon, USA4 reviews
Tigard is a west side bedroom community for Portland. My step-daughter lives on the Beaverton/Tigard border, while the Hotel I stayed is on the Tigard/Lake Oswego border. That means that in these parts, it all kind of runs together. I'm sure there are interesting things to be had here if you're a resident, but as a visitor, Tigard is just ...
- 12Oregon, USA1 review
- 13Oregon, USA1 review
- 14Oregon, USA2 reviews
Such a beautiful day!
- 15Oregon, USA1 review
- 16Oregon, USA2 reviews
Aloha is probably one of the more "worn down" suburbs west of Portland. It's not as ideal as Beaverton, or rural as Hillsboro. Just in-between. You'll find yourself going to Portland a lot if you live here.
- 17Oregon, USA
- 18Washington, USA2 reviews
Washougal is great 2 go i was there long time ago it was amaziong :)
- 19Oregon, USA3 reviews
Timothy Lake, outside Mt. Hood National Forest
- 20Oregon, USA