The northbound span of the Interstate Bridge, that crosses the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon to Vancouver, Washington, will close Sept. 19-27, 2020 to replace mechanical parts that help lift and lower the bridge. The southbound span will remain open to traffic in both directions; travelers will share the three open lanes.

Heavy traffic, congestion, and long delays are expected in the region during construction, as well as days prior and following. For more information, follow the link below.

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Wineries & Tasting Rooms

Uncover Southwest Washington's flourishing wine country from where it all began. Fort Vancouver is the site where Washington's first wine grapes were planted in 1825, and nearly two centuries later, the rolling hills of Clark County are producing robust reds, bright whites, and crisp rosés. Fertile soil and just the right amount of rainfall contributes to one of the fastest growing wine trails in the Northwest, with passionate and knowledgeable winemakers welcoming the novice taster to the grape connoisseur.

Vancouver USA celebrates our love for wine throughout the year with festivals, like the Craft Beer and Wine Fest, and events like movies on the lawn at Rusty Grape Vineyard, a summer concert series at Three Brothers Vineyard & Winery, and the Art and Wine Fair at English Estate Winery. Not sure which winery to visit first? Download our map of all the wineries, tasting rooms, wine bars, and bottle shops in the Clark County area. If hops are more your thing, check out our breweries page.

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