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Troutdale is a city in Multnomah County, Oregon, north of Gresham and east of Wood Village. Troutdale, Oregon has a small town atmosphere with an historic downtown full of restaurants, two historic museums, and specialty shops. The Columbia Gorge Premium Outlets also provides a wide array of shops.
Troutdale is known as the Gateway to the Columbia Gorge. The ‘Gorge’ has incredible sights, awesome hiking and waterfalls. Fishing spots are abundant in and around Troutdale. The Sandy River is among the top producers of steelhead stream in the state of Oregon, with great runs of spring and fall salmon.
Some Troutdale history… The area was first discovered by Lt. Broughton under the command of Captain George Vancouver in 1792. They had named Broughton’s Bluff which is an outcropping directly across the Sandy River from what is now downtown Troutdale.
The earliest settlers came to Troutdale in 1850. David F. Buxton is considered to be Troutdale’s true founder. He had made land claims and donated his land in 1853 in what is now the center of Troutdale. Captain John Harlow purchased part of Buxton’s land in 1872 and built a home and some trout farms, he named this farm “Troutdale”. By 1882 a rail line had been built through the town. After Harlow’s death in 1883, his widow Celestia began platting a town with blocks and streets. Much of the city was built in 1890-91.