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Oregon city was established in 1829 by Dr. John McLoughlin and has grown since then to a population of 35,000. This city is known for its large paper mills that run off the Willamette River. Along with this river is the gorgeous Willamette Falls which many residents and visitors come to visit. Other places that great to visit in Oregon City include the Oregon City Municipal Elevator which allows people to have a nice view of the city. Oregon city has several neighboorhoods which are separated by neighboorhood associations which also includes over 22 city parks, one of which is Clackamette Park, one of the city's largest parks. Because the city was the first city that was incorporated west of the Rocky Mountains, it is a very historic site. Along with its history, Oregon City is filled with museums that allow you to experience how the city came to be with all that has happened in the past. A few museums included are the Museum of the Oregon Territory and the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center. The former presents the geological past, traces Native American habitation, and allows you to see into the lives the pioneers as they settled the West. The latter presents the history of the oregon trail and all the settlers who were brave enough to traverse it. These museums allow the family to have fun but at the same time become more knowledgeble about how their city came to be and how it continues to develop over time. It is also a great place for families to move to because of the clean air and environment it has for its inhabitants. The community is small and this allows community members to easily get to know each other. Moving to Oregon City would be great for young families and those who want to live in a nice quiet area. Moving Authority will allow you to get the best moving experience possible at an affordable price.
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