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: Highland Stillhouse Scottish Pub in Oregon City by Leah Nash

Gladstone

Twelve miles south of Portland, Gladstone is a historic locale at the confluence of the Willamette and Clackamas rivers.

The ancestral home of the Clackamas Indians — whose presence is marked by the Pow-Wow Tree, an Oregon Heritage Tree — Gladstone was settled by Oregon Trail pioneers. Present-day explorers will enjoy fishing on the Clackamas and the Willamette, as well as hiking and birding at local parks. Grab a coffee and discover downtown antique shops.

Trip Ideas

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Don't Miss Near Gladstone

Gladstone Summer Market
Happyrock Coffee Roasting Company
The Children’s Course
Duncan’s Guide Service
Oregon City Brewing Co.
Oregon City, Portland Region
Pete’s Mountain Vineyard
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