Use this guide to unpack the history, people, and culture of the area plus explore landscapes, wildlife and the natural rich beauty of the first white settlement in Washington State.
Vancouver is one of the few cities in the United States that can boast of a popular National Park just blocks away from its City center.
This historic site consists of distinct major attractions . . .
Many of the streets, parks, schools, museums and even libraries in the city are named after historical figures from the Lewis and Clark expedition (the county is named after William Clark); Dr. John McLoughlin (the father of Oregon) to General Ulysses S. Grant, to George C. Marshall and beyond.
Steal away from the “historical” richness of Vancouver and there are many more fun, exciting and enjoyable things to see and do.
Start at the Vancouver Waterfront located at the center of the metropolitan Vancouver/Portland landscape. Stroll along the river, shop at exclusive and delightful boutiques and enjoy cuisines and drinks at some of the highest rated establishments in the country.
This book is your ticket to many great adventures of exploration and fun in Vancouver and Clark County.
Vancouver Washington Guidebook – priced at $12.95 is now available.