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Heritage & Wine Trail
In just two days you can discover beautiful scenery, boutique wineries, craft breweries, local museums, Native American history, and other great spots in Southwest Washington on the Wine and Heritage Trail!
- Clark County Wineries – With many established wineries in the area, a more starting up each year, Clark County is increasingly becoming known as Washington’s burgeoning wine region. Be sure to check out our wineries page to see what each one has to offer!
- Local Breweries – Discover some of the tastiest ales, lagers, and stouts that are being created at local craft breweries throughout Clark County. Sourced with locally grown ingredients, the beers really do capture the taste of the Northwest!
- Pomeroy Living History Farm – In Yacolt, this farm depicts agrarian life as it was in the 1920s. Special events throughout the year include themed teas, the Herb and Garden Festival, open farm weekends, and Pumpkin Lane in October.
- Moulton Falls Park – This 387-acre park is located just northeast of Battle Ground and features two waterfalls as well as a picturesque arch bridge standing over three stories high. The more than two miles of trails also make this park a hiker’s paradise!
- Chelatchie Prairie Railroad – This old-fashioned steam train once hauled logs to Columbia River ports but now provides scenic rides throughout the year. The 10-mile round-trip takes passengers through the Lewis River Valley, stopping at Moulton Falls and offering a cliffside vantage point of the Lewis River.
- North Clark Historical Museum – Housed in the historic 1910 United Brethren Church in Amboy, this museum preserves Native American, settler and logging history of the region.
- Cedar Creek Grist Mill – Built in 1876 and still open year-round on weekends, the Cedar Creek Grist mill gives visitors the chance to partake in a “working tour,” showcasing how the mill produces flour, corn meal and apple cider.
- Cathlapotle Plankhouse – Located on the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, this full-scale replica of a Native American cedar plankhouse on a Lewis and Clark historical site depicts the culture and habitat of this area’s original inhabitants.
- Fort Vancouver National Site – One can easily spend an entire day exploring the Fort Vancouver National Site and all of its elements, including Officers Row, Pearson Air Museum, the Parade Grounds, the reconstructed Fort Vancouver, and so much more!
For more information please contact our Group Tour Manager or 877-600-0800 ext. 10.