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Bagley Community Park
Bagley Community Park

Bagley Community Park This 15.3-acre community park is in the Bagley Downs Neighborhood of central Vancouver. It is home to many of Vancouver Parks and Recreation's youth and adult sports leagues. Bagley Community Park is located just east of the Jim Parsley Center, in between SR-500 and Fourth Plain Boulevard.

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Blue Lake Regional Park
Blue Lake Regional Park

This 190-acre regional park stretches for 2.5 miles along the west shore of Vancouver Lake. With 35 developed acres, visitors can enjoy picnicking, windsurfing and sand volleyball. Vancouver Lake is great for beginning windsurfing, kayaking and canoeing and hosts many rowing competitions during the year.

source: clark.wa.gov
Burnt Bridge Creek Trail
Burnt Bridge Creek Trail

Sections of the Burnt Bridge Creek Trail - from NW Bernie to State Highway 500 and from Fourth Plain Boulevard to Devine Road - overlap with the Discovery Trail. Discovery Trail, Stewart's Glen. The first section is a hard-surfaced, shared-use trail beginning at the mouth of Burnt Bridge Creek at Fruit Valley and NW Bernie Drive.

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Chinook Landing Marine Park
Chinook Landing Marine Park

Chinook Landing Marine Park With six launching lanes on the Columbia River, Chinook Landing is one of Oregon’s largest public boating facilities. Thanks in part to voter investments, new docks were installed at Chinook Landing Marine Park in January 2016.

Clark County Historical Museum
Clark County Historical Museum

Clark County Historical Museum. Celebrating its centennial in 2017, the Clark County Historical Museum is dedicated to the collection, preservation, and interpretation of the cultural history of Clark County and the Pacific Northwest.

Confluence Project
Confluence Project

Confluence is a donor-supported nonprofit that connects people to place through art and education. We work in collaboration with Northwest communities, tribes and celebrated artist Maya Lin to create reflective moments that can shape the future of the Columbia River system. We share stories of this river through six public art installations, educational programs, community engagement and a rich digital experience.

Couve Cycle
Couve Cycle

Party Cycle Tours in Downtown Vancouver, Wa All prices include sales tax If you don't see what you are looking for, give us a call at 360.831.TOUR (8687) to get started.

David Douglas Park
David Douglas Park

David Douglas Park This 88-acre community park is the largest in the City of Vancouver! David Douglas services central Vancouver as well as the Northwood Neighborhood.

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Esther Short Park and Playground
Esther Short Park and Playground

Esther Short Park is open to the public from 5 a.m. until 10 p.m. Winter hours (November through March) the gazebo and shelter will be closed to the public from 6 p.m. until 6 a.m. The remainder of the year the gazebo and shelter hours follow park hours.

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Fairgrounds Community Park
Fairgrounds Community Park

Fairgrounds picnic shelters (PDF) The picnic shelters can be reserved up to 365 days in advance for events taking place May 1 through September 30. The shelters must be reserved at least seven days in advance.

source: clark.wa.gov
Fallen Leaf Lake Park
Fallen Leaf Lake Park

Fallen Leaf Lake Shelter is located at 2911 NE Everett Street in Camas. This is a beautiful lake-front facility with a mix of shoreline, forest and wetlands. If you'd like to make a reservation at this facility, please call the Camas Parks and Recreation office at (360)834-5307 or submit a reservation request online on the Fallen Leaf Lake Park calendar.

Fallen Leaf Lake,
Fallen Leaf Lake,

From Camas, drive NE Everett St (Route 500) north out of downtown and make a left just past the Fallen Leaf baseball field.

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Felida Community Park
Felida Community Park

Felida Community Park master plan (PDF) Picnic shelter. The Felida picnic shelter can be reserved for a $75 fee. Felida picnic shelter (PDF) The picnic shelter can be reserved up to 365 days in advance for events taking place May 1 through September 30. The shelter must be reserved at least seven days in advance.

source: clark.wa.gov
Fort Vancouver
Fort Vancouver

Join us for a series of free workshops and discover the survival skills of the 19th century fur trade! Buffalo Soldiers at Vancouver Barracks Learn more about the fascinating story of Company B of the Twenty-fourth U.S. Infantry Regiment, who arrived at Vancouver Barracks in 1899.

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Fort Vancouver National Historic Site
Fort Vancouver National Historic Site

National Historic Site OR, WA. Park Home ; ... Explore Fort Vancouver with your dog! Join us this summer for a "Bark Ranger" walking tour with your dog!

source: nps.gov
Frenchman's Bar Regional Park
Frenchman's Bar Regional Park

Frenchman's Bar Regional Park This lush 120-acre regional park is located on the Columbia River about two miles west of Vancouver Lake Park. It was dedicated in 1997 and features a wide variety of outdoor recreation opportunities.

source: clark.wa.gov
Friends of Fort Vancouver
Friends of Fort Vancouver

Friends of Fort Vancouver National Historic Site is a dynamic non-profit organization focused on activities that encourages cultural awareness and participation at this Site. By engaging visitors in the myriad of interests represented here, the Friends seek to raise public awareness of the region’s heritage and its evolving development over time.

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Gifford Pinchot National Forest
Gifford Pinchot National Forest

The Gifford Pinchot National Forest is one of the oldest National Forests in the United States. Included as part of the Mount Rainier Forest Reserve in 1897, this area was set aside as the Columbia National Forest in 1908. It was renamed the Gifford Pinchot National Forest in 1949, after the first Chief of the Forest Service, Gifford Pinchot.

Government Island
Government Island

Government Island itself is 1,760 acres. The port recently sold 224 acres to Metro, the regional government agency, and leased the remainder to Oregon Parks and Recreation. The port recently sold 224 acres to Metro, the regional government agency, and leased the remainder to Oregon Parks and Recreation.

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Government Island State Recreation Area
Government Island State Recreation Area

Although restrooms are located throughout, rules signs and restrooms also are located at West Lemon Island, SE Lemon, Commodore (near I-205 north), Government Island Landing (west dock), Bartlett Landing (east dock), SE McGuire, and about two miles east of south I-205 (South Beach) With 15 miles of shoreline, the park is popular with anglers.

Hayden Island
Hayden Island

Vancouver USA V ancouver, Washington, the fourth largest city in Washington, combines the excitement of a major metropolitan area with easy access to recreational opportunities. Vancouver’s vibrant downtown and a public square was named one of the Great Public Spaces in America by the American Planning Association.

Hockinson Meadows Community Park
Hockinson Meadows Community Park

Hockinson Meadows Community Park's picnic shelter can be reserved for a $75 fee. Hockinson Meadows picnic shelter (PDF) The picnic shelter can be reserved up to 365 days in advance for events taking place May 1 through September 30. The shelter must be reserved at least seven days in advance.

source: clark.wa.gov
JJ Jump
JJ Jump

Vancouver JJ Jump Washington’s Newest Indoor Inflatable Arena! Over 7000 Square Feet of Pure Jump’n Fun! JJ Jump is pure family entertainment, featuring Open Gym times , Jump’n goodtime birthdays, team & corporate events and Cosmic Jump’n!

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Kelley Point Park
Kelley Point Park

Kelley Point Park is the northernmost park in Portland, OR. It\'s located right at the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia rivers. There are some nice beaches for dogs and walking, but most people come to watch te huge, cargo ships go up and down the Columbia river.

Klineline Pond
Klineline Pond

Salmon Creek Regional Park/Klineline Pond is a popular spot, with a bathhouse, roped swimming areas, a children's splash pad, observation platforms and a life jacket loaner station. The park also features 35 acres of developed parkland and 368 acres of undeveloped green space.

source: clark.wa.gov
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Lacamas Lake
Lacamas Lake

Lacamas Lake is a small lake in Clark County, Washington. It is a popular place to fish and water ski for locals from Vancouver, Camas and Washougal. It connects to Round Lake via a channel that runs under the SR 500 bridge on the southeast side of the lake.

Lacamas Park
Lacamas Park

The park contains a network of scenic hiking trails that connects to the Lacamas Heritage Trail along the south shore of Lacamas Lake. Learn about the recent evaluation of the trail system in Lacamas Lake Regional Park and efforts to marshal volunteers to help improve and maintain the park’s trails.

source: clark.wa.gov
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LeRoy Haagen Memorial Community Park
LeRoy Haagen Memorial Community Park

This large 29.6-acre community park is named in memory of LeRoy Haagen Sr. LeRoy Haagen Community Park is located just up the street from Firstenburg Community Center and serves residents of east Vancouver.

Leverich Park
Leverich Park

Disc Golf in Leverich Park Disc golf is a popular sport around the country and there are several courses throughout the Portland metropolitan area. In Vancouver, disc golfers can come together to play the sport recreationally at Leverich Community Park.

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Lewis and Clark State Recreation Site
Lewis and Clark State Recreation Site

Lewis and Clark State Recreation Site is a state park in eastern Multnomah County, Oregon, near Troutdale and Corbett, and is administered by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. It is located on the Sandy River, near its confluence with the Columbia River. Broughton's Bluff marks the westernmost extent of the Columbia River Gorge at the site.

Lotus Isle
Lotus Isle

Aerial view of Tomahawk Island and Lotus Isle Amusement Park on June 5, 1931. On the left are three bridges: the lower one is the car and pedestrian entrance to Lotus Isle; the middle bridge is a trestle for the Vancouver streetcar; and the upper bridge is the access to Hayden Island and Jantzen Beach.

Marshall Park
Marshall Park

Marshall Park This 14-acre community park serves the downtown and central Vancouver area. The Chelsea Anderson Playstation was installed in partnership with the Vancouver Fire Department. Marshall Community Center, Luepke Senior Center and the Marshall Community Park Garden are located on site.

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Nadaka Nature Park
Nadaka Nature Park

2) Nadaka Nature Park’s north entrance is at NE Pacific Street and 176th. You may park in the neighborhood and follow the path through the forest to get to the picnic structure. You may park in the neighborhood and follow the path through the forest to get to the picnic structure.

Old Apple Tree Park
Old Apple Tree Park

Vancouver's Old Apple Tree was planted in 1826 on Fort Vancouver land and is thought to be the oldest apple tree in the Northwest. It is also considered the matriarch of Washington State's apple industry.

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ORCHARDS COMMUNITY PARK
ORCHARDS COMMUNITY PARK

Orchards Community Park This 33-acre park features a variety of amenities, included forested picnicking areas and walking trails, open lawn areas for pick-up games and active play areas. The park also includes a rose garden sponsored by the East Vancouver Rotary Club.

source: clark.wa.gov
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Pacific Community Park
Pacific Community Park

Pacific Community Park's picnic shelter can be reserved for a $75 fee. Pacific picnic shelter (PDF) The picnic shelter can be reserved up to 365 days in advance for events taking place May 1 through September 30. The shelter must be reserved at least seven days in advance of the event.

source: clark.wa.gov
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Pearson Air Museum
Pearson Air Museum

In the early 1920s, the Spruce Mill was demolished, and the field once again became an air field, first known as the "Vancouver Barracks Aerodrome," and christened "Pearson Air Field," after Lt. Alexander Pearson, in 1925. Beginning in 1923, the field was home to the 321st Observation Squadron, 96th Division, commanded by Lt. Oakley Kelly from 1924-1929, and by Lt. Carlton Bond from 1929-1933 and 1938-1940.

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Pothole Falls
Pothole Falls

Pothole Falls, or The Potholes, depending on which sign you confront, is the first of two modest waterfalls along Lacamas Creek as it flows from Lacamas and Round Lakes to the Washougal River.

Round Lake
Round Lake

Round Lake to Lake Trail is a 2.9 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Camas, Washington that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

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Salmon Creek Regional Park
Salmon Creek Regional Park

Salmon Creek Regional Park/Klineline Pond is a popular spot, with a bathhouse, roped swimming areas, a children's splash pad, observation platforms and a life jacket loaner station. The park also features 35 acres of developed parkland and 368 acres of undeveloped green space.

source: clark.wa.gov
Sky Zone Trampoline Park
Sky Zone Trampoline Park

Looking for more info about us? Find the address, phone number, email, park hours, attractions, programs, and more for Sky Zone Vancouver WA. Find the address, phone number, email, park hours, attractions, programs, and more for Sky Zone Vancouver WA.

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Vancouver Lake
Vancouver Lake

This 190-acre regional park stretches for 2.5 miles along the west shore of Vancouver Lake. With 35 developed acres, visitors can enjoy picnicking, windsurfing and sand volleyball. Vancouver Lake is great for beginning windsurfing, kayaking and canoeing and hosts many rowing competitions during the year.

source: clark.wa.gov
Vancouver Lake Regional Park
Vancouver Lake Regional Park

This 190-acre regional park stretches for 2.5 miles along the west shore of Vancouver Lake. With 35 developed acres, visitors can enjoy picnicking, windsurfing and sand volleyball. Vancouver Lake is great for beginning windsurfing, kayaking and canoeing and hosts many rowing competitions during the year.

source: clark.wa.gov
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Vancouver Land Bridge
Vancouver Land Bridge

Construction of the $12.25 million Vancouver Land Bridge project is a partnership of Confluence Project members, the National Park Service, the City of Vancouver and the Washington State Department of Commerce, and made possible through federal, state and private funding.

Vancouver National Historic Reserve Historic District
Vancouver National Historic Reserve Historic District

The Vancouver National Historic Reserve brings together a national park, a premier archaeological site, the region’s first military post, an international fur trade emporium, one of the oldest operating airfields, the first national historic site west of the Mississippi River, and a waterfront trail and environmental center on the banks of the Columbia River.

source: clark.wa.gov
Vancouver Parks & Recreation
Vancouver Parks & Recreation

Vancouver is a vibrant city with numerous parks, gardens, beaches, and community centres and a growing arts and culture scene.

source: vancouver.ca
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Vancouver Water Resources Education Center
Vancouver Water Resources Education Center

Welcome to the Water Center! Whether exploring our Website or visiting our beautiful facility overlooking the Columbia River in Vancouver, you'll find a world of information designed to inspire us to become better stewards of our water resources.

Waterfront Renaissance Trail Vancouver WA
Waterfront Renaissance Trail Vancouver WA

The Waterfront Renaissance Trail connects Esther Short Park in downtown Vancouver with Wintler Park along a paved five-mile long riverfront trail perfect for walking, jogging, biking or rollerblading. With gorgeous views of the I-5 and I-205 bridges and Mount Hood, this trail is a west Vancouver stunner.

Whipple Creek Regional Park
Whipple Creek Regional Park

Whipple Creek Regional Park This 300-acre regional park is located off Northwest 179th Avenue west of the Clark County Fairgrounds. The park's primary feature is 4.3 miles of trails that cater to hikers and horseback riders alike.

source: clark.wa.gov
Wintler Community Park
Wintler Community Park

Wintler Community Park Situated along the banks of the Columbia River, this 12.5 acre beach park is the only City park in Vancouver with public water access. Wintler Community Park has great views of Mt. Hood on a clear day.

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