One of the great things about living in Portland are all the get-aways within easy driving distance of the city.
From wine country, to the Oregon Coast, to Mount Hood, to the Columbia River, to Hood River, to Sauvie Island, to Aurora, to Eastern Oregon, to southern Washington, there’s a day-trip for every mood and every fancy.
The streets of Downtown Camas are lined with trees, upscale boutiques, antique shops, and eateries of all types. Established in 1883 as a mill town, Camas has been revitalized in recent years to make it a charming destination with an historic, small-town feel.
Check out this walking map of historic Camas boutiques and eateries.
Aren’t they cute?
And although I didn’t splurge for new winter duds on this trip, I’m wowed by stylish Lily Atelier—my new favorite clothing store.
After looking around we zeroed in on Miss Nola’s Café and Nuestra Mesa.
- Gather Connect Enjoy | Downtown Camas Association