Gardener's backyard overlooking the Columbia River in Camas Washington

Camas, WA

Camas, WA used to be known for its paper-mill factory, Georgia-Pacific. You may have seen this giant building as you exit Highway 14, driving down NW 6th Ave into Downtown Camas. But now a day, Camas is known for its bustling quaint downtown, its top rank schools, and Lacamas Lake. It’s the perfect landing spot for those who want to be close to nature but still have access to cool restaurants and entertainment.

Neighborhood Gems

a lot of tall skinny fir trees at Lacamas Lake

Lacamas Regional Park has something for everyone. The 312 acre park has fishing, hiking, kayaking, bird watching, playgrounds, waterfalls, and more.

vintage store called Camas Antiques next to Liberty theater

Downtown Camas is the place to go for fun community events and good eatings. There’s a wide variety of restaurants, local shops like Navidis Olive Oils & Vinegars, Liberty Theater (a nearly century-old staple), and Nuestra Mesa (a modern twist to Mexican fare).

How Much Does this Neighborhood Cost?

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Days On Market

16 Days

Data was pulled from RMLS to include only single residence homes and exclude outliers. Last updated on 5/15/2022.

Pros & Cons

Camas truly has it all – small-town living with big-city amenities while only being 20 mins away from Portland airport. But having it all comes with a price, Camas is the most expensive place to live in Clark County.