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Vancouver, WA Attractions

You’ll never have a dull moment! Whether you are planning a family vacation, a quick weekend getaway, or you're on a business trip, Vancouver USA has an adventure for you. With our year-round mild climate and tons of activities, your stay in Vancouver, Washington will be a memorable one. Just a short drive from Seattle and a hop across the bridge from Portland, our location is ideal for outdoor adventures, scenic sites, shopping, or just relaxing with friends and family!

 

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Vancouver Mall

  • 8700 NE Vancouver Mall Drive
  • , Vancouver, WA 98662
  • Region: Central Vancouver
  • Phone: 360-892-6255
  • Fax: 360-892-0124

Southwest Washington's largest and only enclosed shopping center with more than 120 of your favorite stores including Macy's, Sears, JCPenney, Old Navy, H&M and more. Dine at more than 20 eateries, take a break in the children's play area or catch the latest movie at Cinetopia 23.…more

The Grant House

  • 1101 Officers Row
  • , Vancouver, WA 98661

Dining at The Grant House offers the ambiance and sense of history that make the visit an enjoyable experience. The restaurant has soft pastel colored walls, high ceilings, fireplaces, and wine racks, mixed in with history that lingers within the restaurant theme.…more

78th Street Heritage Farm

  • 1919 N.E. 78th St.
  • , Vancouver, WA 98665

The farm site consists of 79 acres that are adjacent to residential properties and is the largest single owned open parcel in Hazel Dell. The site has a long history of farming and agricultural research. In 2010 the farm was approved to be maintained as an accessible, agricultural, educational, recreational, community-based asset that will reflect the area's history and …more

Alderbrook Park and Resorts LLC

  • 24414 NE Westerholm Rd
  • , Brush Prairie, WA 98606
  • Region: North Vancouver
  • Phone: 360-882-4444
  • Fax: 503-283-5152

Alderbrook Park is now enjoyed by companies and groups as a private picnic park. Visitors come from Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington to escape the city and relax with Alderbrook's natural setting of Evergreen trees and the rolling foot hills of Larch Mountain. Families and Coworkers connect again in our fun atmosphere.…more

Battle Ground Lake State Park

  • 18002 NE 249th St.
  • , Battle Ground, WA 98604

Battle Ground Lake Park is a beautiful park with a crystal-clear lake formed by volcanic upliftings and depressions in the earth. The park has 50 campsites. Day visitors can enjoy swimming, trout fishing, picnicking, hiking,and boating.…more

Bi-Zi Farms

  • 9504 NE 119th St.
  • , Vancouver, WA 98662

Seasonal events including Harvest Days and the Pumpkin Patch. Store has seasonal fruits and vegetables, and gifts.

Big Al's Family Entertainment Center

  • 16615 SE 18th Street
  • , Vancouver, WA 98683

Voted as Clark County’s best family fun value in 2008 and 2009, Big Al’s is more than just your typical bowling alley. Built to resemble a stadium, Big Al’s Sports Bar and Grill boasts a monster 8-foot by 36-foot-wide jumbo-tron video screen to broadcast all the games. For the kids, there is a snack bar adjacent to the bowling lanes and arcade.…more

Captain William Clark Park at Cottonwood Beach

  • S. Index Street at S. 32nd Street
  • , Washougal, WA 98671

On March 31, 1806, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark established a camp at Cottonwood Beach while they secured provisions for the return trip through the Columbia River Gorge. They remained at Cottonwood Beach for six days, which is the longest period of time the Corps of Discovery camped at any site in Clark County. Almost 200 years later, a multi-jurisdictional effort …more

Cathlapotle Plankhouse

  • 28908 Northwest Main Avenue
  • , Ridgefield, WA 98642

This full-scale replica of a Chinookan-style cedar plankhouse is located at the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge at the location of Cathlapotle, one of the largest Chinookan villages in the area. This Lewis & Clark historical site is where the Corp of Discovery camped in November 1805 and again in March 1806. Visitors to the Plankhouse can learn about the culture and …more

Cedar Creek Grist Mill

  • 43907 NE Grist Mill Road
  • , Woodland, WA 98674

The picturesque Cedar Creek Grist Mill is the only grain-grinding mill in Washington that has maintained its original structural integrity, grinds with stones, and is water-powered. Built in 1876, the mill has been fully restored as a working museum and is registered as a National Historic Site. The covered bridge spanning Cedar Creek adjacent to the mill was rebuilt in 1994, …more

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