Aloha is a great little town. It’s got that off-the-beaten track, locals-only, undiscovered territory kind of charm. And since it’s so hush-hush, we currently don’t have any stories or activities for this little gem. We can tell you about towns nearby, but as for Aloha, we’re counting on you to go exploring and report back.

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Nearby Beaverton

Beaverton reflects an impressive network of varied suburban neighborhoods and more than 100 parks, bike paths/hiking trails. Just seven miles from Portland, Beaverton is couched between the dramatic West Hills and Washington County's farmlands, and…

Nearby Tigard

In 1852, Wilson Tigard bought a 320-acre land claim with two Spanish cows. Once the electric railroad chugged into town in 1910, the burg became a town. Today, Tigard bustles with recreation (golf, bowling, Fanno Creek Trail), shopping (Washington…

Nearby Hillsboro

Once a thriving farming community, Hillsboro is now Oregon's fifth-largest city. To the west, the Coast Range's often snow-covered mountaintops are visible; to the east, Mt. Hood beckons. Today's Hillsboro is an easy blend of agriculture (ranches,…

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