• Image of the reconstructed stockade at Fort Vancouver and Pearson Air Museum looking northeast from the Land Bridge.

    Fort Vancouver

    National Historic Site OR,WA

The Heritage Oak

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The Heritage Oak, Fort Vancouver National Historic Site
 

The Heritage Oak

Perhaps one of the more interesting venues at the park, due to it being possibly one of the oldest and largest trees in the park, the Heritage Oak is located in between Fort Vancouver's reconstructed fort and the Visitor's Center. If you enjoy basking in the splendor of the tree, with nice weather of course, then this is an ideal.

The nearest restroom is the located at the Visitor Center (north) and open during hours of operation. Since it is located close to East 5th Street, a parking plan is not required. Parking is located on the sides of East 5th Street.

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Information & Guidelines


Visit our Permit Application Process page or call the Reservation Coordinator at (360) 816-6241 for a permit application.

Did You Know?

Black and white image of Dr. John McLoughlin

Did you know that John McLoughlin, Chief Factor at Fort Vancouver, is known as the “Father of Oregon” for his aid to American immigrants arriving over the Oregon Trail? His home in Oregon City, Oregon is a unit of the national park system administered by Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. More...