Troutdale Holiday House lights up the Fourth of July
The fireworks aren't the only things lighting up the night sky this Fourth of July, as Troutdale's most festive family once again goes all-out on their holiday display.
Linda and Rick Paz have decorated their yard with a display for the whole community, with a little help from Uncle Sam, the couple joked. There are flags and eagles; stars and stripes; cutouts and blowups; strings of lights and streamers; and plenty more to discover all in red, white and blue.
The Paz Holiday House, 1722 S.W. Hensley Road, is famous for its displays. They put up a winter wonderland for Christmas, a spooky tableau for Halloween, "Bunny Land" on Easter, and plenty of other showcases throughout the year. Their neighbors also get involved, creating a festive lane folks can walk or slowly drive through.
The Fourth of July lights will be on from dusk until 10:30 p.m. daily through the holiday.
If you go
What: Paz Family Holiday House
When: Dusk-10:30 p.m. through July 4
Where: 1722 S.W. Hensley Road, Troutdale
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