Although having a Hawaiian ring to the name, Oregon's Aloha may have started out as Aloah. When the post office mistakenly transposed a couple of letters, the town received its island paradise name. Of course, this minor error does not deter locals from continuing to pronounce the area's name as postmaster Julius Buck first intended. Although the area has lost very little of its rural charms, modern amenities and attractions abound.
Rent one of the well-designed Aloha apartments and join the more than 49,425 area residents who know that living here is fun and exciting. Play an exciting game of tennis at the Mountain View Tennis Courts. Take the kids for lessons at the Aloha Swim Center.
Natural Beauty of Aloha
Plenty of apartments in Aloha, Oregon, overlook one of the many beautiful parks. There are Twin Cedars Park, Willow Creek Park and Traschel Meadows Park. Renters with pets love the idea of taking long walks with their canine companions by their sides. Since so many Aloha rentals are within walking distance of park areas, there is rarely a need to commute to a greenbelt for exercise and enjoyment of nature.
Apartments for Rent in Aloha, Oregon
Apartments in Aloha, Oregon, come in a wide variety of sizes. There are three-bedroom units near excellent elementary, middle and high schools suitable for families with children. Some are very close to Reedville Elementary School as well as famous Aloha High School, which had the 2010 OSAA state football championship-winning team. Golfers usually ask to see Aloha, Oregon, apartments near the Reserve Vineyards and Golf Club. Chic one-bedroom units as well as larger carriage houses appeal to the renters who cannot get enough of lush greens and long fairways.
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