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Fort Vancouver National Site

Situated along the Columbia River, Fort Vancouver National Site's 366-acre campus is the only national park site in the Vancouver/Portland metropolitan area. Historically an integral Northwest hub, the site interprets the stories of the Native Americans, British Hudson's Bay Company, the U.S. Army at Vancouver Barracks, early aviation at Pearson Field, the world's largest spruce mill during World War I and the Kaiser Shipyards during World War II. Filled with multiple attractions, including Fort Vancouver, Pearson Air Museum and Officers Row, history is told through enriched community educational programs and world-class artifacts, connecting "what was" to the modern-day Pacific Northwest. Fort Vancouver is located five minutes from downtown Vancouver, Washington and is just across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon and Portland International Airport.

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Featured News

  • Leadership Changes Announced at Fort Vancouver National Trust

    The Board of Directors of the Fort Vancouver National Trust announced that Elson Strahan has indicated his intent to step down from his position as president and CEO of the Trust following the complet ...

    by Madi Hantho
    Monday, 03 November 2014
  • Christmas at Fort Vancouver means holiday fun for all ages!

    Christmas at Fort Vancouver is one of the most magical days of the year with activities occurring throughout the site - including the reconstructed Fort Vancouver and the Marshall House on Officers Ro ...

    by Madi Hantho
    Monday, 27 October 2014
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