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SHOPPING

The trip from Portland to Mt. Hood Territory is short, easy, and brimming with shopping opportunities. Better yet? It is all tax-free shopping in Oregon! From large upscale shopping malls to quaint boutiques clustered around historic downtown centers, The Territory has it all.

At the Clackamas Town Center,  you can stock up on “go-to” outdoor gear at REI to outfit your Mt. Hood camping plans. Or, stop by Coach and pick out the perfect purse to take with you to a show at the Clackamas Repertory Theatre. This recently-renovated mall features dozens of stores and restaurants persuading you to enter through their doors. 

Stroll through Lake View Village in Lake Oswego, window shopping for kitchen gadgets and upscale outfits. While you are there, stop by the Five Spice Seafood and Wine Bar to toast with your friends over all your fabulous new purchases.

Be sure to visit the main streets of our towns, where you'll find everything from comic collectibles at Things From Another World in Milwaukie to fun gifts, collectibles and books at White Rabbit Gifts in Oregon City. 

TRIP IDEAS
Shop: Gladstone
If you take a short jaunt off the main boulevard, you'll find hidden gems of local wonders in Gladstone's many shops and stores. Here are a few favorites of locals and visitors alike....
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Shop Gladstone Wurst Market where to shop in Gladstone
Shopping Online Or In Mt. Hood Territory
Shop local from the comfort of home. It's a great time to discover foods, wines, treasures and treats while you think about future travel. Many of our local businesses have online stores, so you can s...
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Lavender flavored chocolate truffles with lavender swirls in their crinkled paper candy nests at Canby's Ladybug Chocolates
Shopportunities In Oregon's Mt Hood Territory
Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory is home to great shopping options, from full-blown malls with all the big names, to local shops featuring unique gift items when you want something special....
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Three girlfriends with filled shopping bags in hand enjoy an afternoon of shopping and dining in Lake Oswego.
Shop Locally For Unique Finds
Small Business Saturday is a great reminder that shopping "small" can be encouraged all year round. Here's five communities brimming over with local things to love....
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Museum Store Sunday
Museum Store Sunday is the perfect opportunity to both find unique Christmas presents and experience the heritage of Oregon's Mt. Hood Territory....
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Gift shop at Philip Foster Farm
Things From Another World Is Out Of This World!
If someone special in your life classifies themselves as a geek, then Things from Another World in Milwaukie is where you will want to do all of your shopping for them. Things from Another World is an...
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Red Saturn and rings artwork from logo of Things From Another World store
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