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Parkdale/ Mt Hood

Parkdale is a small town located in the Hood River Valley of Oregon. Founded in 1910 by David Eccles and R. J. McIsaac, Parkdale originally served as a terminus for the Mount Hood Railroad. The town is situated at the base of Mount Hood, and its name is derived from the nearby National Park. Today, Parkdale is a popular destination for visitors to the Mt. Hood National Forest, and its picturesque setting makes it a popular location for photographers and outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors to Parkdale can enjoy a variety of activities, including hiking, biking, horseback riding, and fishing.

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