Rick's is a small tattoo parlor, kind of scary from the outside, just like they used to be. Judging by all the awards and photos in the window, Painless Rick knows what he is doing. He's a Camas mainstay and has inked many an arm in town.
The newest entry into the Vancouver coffee market is a keeper! Black Rock offers a refreshing cup of hot coffee, espresso, etc., in some fun and different flavors. Their hot chocolate can't be beat. It has a nice, central location but it's a pain to pull off of Mill Plain to get to, but very worth it. Love the logo and t-shirts, too.
Lena Medoyeff is a Portland based fashion designer who designs elegant clothing and bridal wear. She also designs her own fabric and has it made to her specifications in India. Each piece is a work of art, and she doesn't do too many pieces in each style so you feel your clothes are almost custom designed for you.
We in the Northwest cannot do without our morning coffee! Coffee Shak is a drive-thru kiosk conveniently located on a Vancouver road you must take to get anywhere. The coffee is good and hot, many flavors available. Try them all!
This is a great little shop in cute little downtown Troutdale. It has everything from beautiful, to elegant, to folk arty things for your home. The staff is warm and welcoming. You'll find something you can't live without!
Young's is just outside of Camas on the entry to Hiway 14. It's a great place to stop for quick snacks or sandwiches on your way out of town. It's old, and kind of dirty, but it has the basic offerings of a convenience store. It's been there so long it's kind of a Camas Monument!
Specializing in mufflers, CW Muffler does the job right and does it quick. If you need to wait for your car you are close to downtown Camas to do some quick shopping.
This is the place to go in Camas for copy jobs. They also serve walk-in customers needing a small number of copies. Prices are a bit on the high side compared to some of the bigger places in town. Although I haven't used it for business, I've used it for personal copies. Customer service could be better. I've sometimes stood and waited for 5 or more minutes before being acknowledged. I understand when someone is with another customer, but please just let me know you are there and how long it's going to be.
Conveniently located next to Top Burger, which doesn't take credit cards so you'll need to run over to Hilltop to use the ATM machine, Hilltop has the basic offerings of a convenience store. It's older, dirtier, not as well-stocked, and with an odd assortment of merchandise sometimes, but it comes in handy.
This is a small produce market that offers seasonal goods. I love the way they decorate for each season. It's a fun place to get a pumpkin in October - prices are competitive with other produce markets.