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McLean House

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The McLean House, West Linn (bobcat)


The McLean House and Park is operated by the West Linn Parks and Recreation Department. The house itself can be rented for special events, but the gardens are open to the public during daylight hours. There's a gazebo, a rose garden, and a giant sequoia towering over the house. The house was constructed in 1927 to be the residence of Dr. Edward McLean and his wife Anne. Dr. McLean was known as a "true country doctor" who visited patients all over Clackamas County.

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