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Southwest Washington is a region built on rich history and breathtaking landscapes. It was here that the Lewis & Clark expedition drew to a close in 1805, leaving countless landmarks for residents and visitors to enjoy today. Home to the Columbia River Gorge and the Willapa National Wildlife Reserve, Southwest Washington is well-known for its alluring small towns as well as the vibrant city of Vancouver — Washington’s fourth largest metropolitan area. A short drive to recreational activities at the mountains or the coast, Southwest Washington is a cultural hub bustling with local shops, restaurants and breweries.


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BATTLE GROUNDS
SW Washington

Battle Ground, Washington, is a city situated in Clark County, just 25 miles from Portland, Oregon. The city is also conveniently located for easy access to Vancouver, being situated along the southwestern portion of the state. In addition to offering just a short drive to several major cities in the Pacific . . .

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CAMAS
SW Washington

Camas, Washington is located approximately twenty miles east of Portland, Oregon. It is on the southwestern border of Washington and is just fifteen miles from Vancouver. Camas offers a number of real estate options, a quaint downtown, affordable housing and very good schools. With a population of . . .

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FELIDA
SW Washington

A sub-set of Vancouver, Felida is said to be among one of the best communities for families in the state of Washington. With a population of just over 7,000, this community is located in the Northern part of Vancouver between Hazel Dell and Salmon Creek. Boasting a number of parks and playing fields as well as . . .

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FISHERS LANDING
SW Washington

Originally named Fisher for Solomon W. Fisher, who filed a land claim in the early 1850s, this small community was later named Fishers Landing due to the thriving docks that anchor it. Now home to the bustling Tech Center, the area is known for thriving businesses with large employers such as Hewlett Packard . . .

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LONGVIEW
SW Washington

Longview is situated between Seattle, Washington and Portland, Oregon, offering residents a rural life-style with year-round opportunities for recreation. It is the largest city in Cowlitz County with a population of approximately 36,000. Located ninety miles from the Pacific Ocean at the confluence of the . . .

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RIDGEFIELD
SW Washington

Ridgefield, Washington is a diverse community full of activities for all ages. Since the first settler arrived at this location in 1853, people have been drawn to the gently sloping land that extends from the elevated highlands to the Lake River banks. Ridgefield is located in the Southwest corner of Washington . . .

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SALMON CREEK
SW Washington

Salmon Creek is a suburban neighborhood located north of Portland and Vancouver with almost 20,000 residents. The community was originally named for the creek of the same name, which runs up and downstream throughout the entire community. At one time salmon filled the creek, and the fish were so . . .

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VANCOUVER
SW Washington

Vancouver, Washington is a wonderful city that lies on the northern bank of the wide Columbia River, close to where it joins the Willamette River. Founded in 1857, the city is part of the Portland-Vancouver metro area. It was named one one of the best cities in America to live in by Money magazine in 2005 . . .

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