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Location: Interstates 5 and 205, 2 miles north of Portland, Oregon and 160 south of Seattle. Population: 46,380. Visitor Information: Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce, 404 E. 15th Street, Suite 11, Vancouver, WA 98663; Phone: (360) 750-1553; Email: email@example.com.
When exploring Vancouver, visitors can relive history at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, Officers’ Row National Historical District, Pearson Air Museum, Pomeroy Living History Farm, Salishan Vineyard and Lewis and Clark Railway.
Every year thousands of people come to Vancouver to enjoy Fort Vancouver Days, Fourth of July Celebrations, the Clark County Fair, and the Antique Airplane Club Fly-In.
Opportunities abound in the area to fish, hike, camp, swim and golf. Ideally situated near the Gifford Pinchot National Forest in the shadow of the Cascade Mountains, Vancouver provides excellent access to many lakes, rivers, parks and the active volcano, Mount St. Helens. The birthplace of the Pacific Northwest, Vancouver is the oldest continuously occupied non-Native American settlement in the region.