Clark County, Washington, is a dynamic, growing community located in the thriving Greater Portland metro area. Comprised of seven diverse cities offering urban amenities, suburban neighborhoods, and the scenic countryside, Clark County holds a range of distinct options for those who want access to it all.


Located just nine miles from downtown Portland, Oregon, you can enjoy all the benefits of a major metropolitan city without the daily hassle. What’s more, you can expect to be welcomed by a collaborative community of authentic and responsive individuals.

Nestled on the north bank of the Columbia River approximately an hour east of the Pacific Ocean and just west of the Cascade Range, Clark County, Washington is an energetic and charming place to live, work and play. Spectacular beauty, historic sites, and lively downtown communities with eclectic restaurants, craft breweries, and year-round events make this the perfect place to call home.


Located on the north bank of the Columbia River, Vancouver has been nationally recognized for its livability. With an active downtown, access to outdoor recreation, and historic attractions, residents will agree that Vancouver is one the best places to live. With a lower cost of living than Portland as well as easy access to the Columbia River and gorgeous views of Mt. Hood, it's easy to see why Vancouver is the fourth-largest city in the state and growing.

Camas is located in east Clark County along the banks of the majestic Columbia River. Known for its authentic hometown charm with over 23 miles of trails, three lakes, a technology and finance hub, along with a historic tree-lined downtown with good eats, two breweries, and multiple coffee shops, community pride abounds.


Located in the beautiful foothills of the Cascade Mountains, Battle Ground is a flourishing, full-service city that preserves a strong sense of community. Battle Ground enjoys all of the big city amenities with a small town, close knit feel. You’ll find boutique shopping, three wineries, a brewery and multiple craft restaurants, along with plenty of open space with outdoor destinations like Battle Ground Lake and Lewisville Park.  

Both long-time and new residents appreciate the strong sense of community, family-friendly atmosphere, and stunning natural surroundings Ridgefield has to offer. Ridgefield still maintains that Americana charm, complete with a Main Street in its downtown core, and a hardware store on the corner. Outdoor activities are abundant in the area with 21-mile long water trails, miles of woodland trails, and the 5,300-acre Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge. Don’t forget to enjoy Ridgefield’s booming winery scene and charming downtown shops.

Washougal is the gateway to the Columbia River Gorge and yet still close enough to enjoy all that downtown Portland has to offer. Bordering the Steigerwald National Wildlife Refuge, Washougal is home to several recreational areas, public parks, and easy access to the Washougal River.


La Center is a vibrant community rich in history and a promising future. The entire City is surrounded by nature with access to wetlands, the East Fork Lewis River and the view of Mt. St Helens, Mt. Adams, and Mt. Hood. La Center is a safe and small town that prides itself on having the lowest crime rate in Washington State. Residents in La Center enjoy plentiful parks and recreational amenities and top rated schools.

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