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Mountain Meadows, Ashland, Oregon

Picturesque Ashland is in southwestern Oregon and is the setting for Mountain Meadows, an established, owner-owned 55+ community with a variety of housing. Residents enjoy pretty views, plenty of social events, a neighborhood garden and more.

Turtle Rock Resort, Gold Beach, Oregon

Gold Beach is on Oregon's lush, rugged southern coast and is the site of Turtle Rock Resort, a cozy, all ages community with beach access, an on-site fishing guide, classes and cottages for sale.

Rainbow Vista, Gresham, Oregon

Friendly and Affordable 55+ Gay and Lesbian Apartment Community

Suriver Resort, Sunriver, Oregon

Tucked in scenic central Oregon, Sunriver is the site of beautiful Sunriver Resort, an all ages resort with a variety of home types, a commercial center, three golf courses, a fitness center and bountiful outdoor recreation.

Summerfield, Tigard, Oregon

Tigard is outside of Portland in northwestern Oregon and is the location of Summerfield, a 55+ community with single family homes, town homes, condos, an executive golf course, a clubhouse, many planned events and more.

King City, Portland, Oregon

Portland is in scenic northwestern Oregon and is the setting for King City, an established, wooded 55+ community with condos, town homes and single family homes. Residents enjoy two swmming pools, a golf course, a woodworking center, an extensive library, an arts and crafts room and more.


English and Spanish sailors spotted the Oregon coast in both the 1500s and the 1600s. Capt. Cook mapped part of the coastline while he was seeking the Northwest Passage. Capt. Robert Gray, helming the Columbia, discovered the River and he named it after his ship.

A fur depot called Astoria, and established by John Astor, was formed in 1811. American settlers as well as the Hudson Bay Company fought over Oregon. The Oregon Treaty of 1846 resolved the conflict. Great Britain then gave it up, and left. There is a large $3.3 billion wood and lumber industry, as well as a $859 million paper industry in Oregon. The salmon industry is one of the biggest in the world. Oregon grows a lot of peppermint, blackberries, boysenberries, cover seed crops, black raspberries, loganberries, and hazelnuts. It also does well with red raspberries, hops, snap beans, onions, and prunes.

The state has a healthy manufacturing industry, because of the low cost of electric power from its dams. They make a lot of plywood and lumber products, machinery, metalwork, chemicals, aluminum, food packing products, paper products, and electronic equipment. Some of the stunning sights to see in Oregon include Crater Lake National Park, Bonneville Dam, Mount Hood, Hells Canyon, Newberry Volcanic National Monument, and the Columbia River Gorge. Oregon has a coastline, large evergreen forests, and a host of other, very attractive features.




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