Plan Your Visit

 

Are you ready to start planning your trip to Fort Vancouver? Great!

  • The Calendar section provides a schedule of upcoming events and activities.
  • The Safety section provides important information to make sure your visit is a safe one for you and the park, while the Accessibility section gives updates on the park's accessible media and venues.

Even though the park is located in a busy, thriving metropolitan area, you'll find that it is an urban oasis with historic open space landscapes surrounded by historic and reconstructed buildings. The more you know ahead of time, the more you'll have fun and stay safe. While many of our visitors head straight to the reconstructed fort, you're always welcome to stop by the Visitor Center (temporarily relocated at Pearson Air Museum) to chat with a friendly volunteer or park ranger to aid in your trip planning. The staff can also answer questions about the McLoughlin House Unit, or you can call the McLoughlin House Unit directly at 503-656-5151.

 

Regional Planning Resources

The Vancouver USA Regional Tourism Office provides travel information including places to stay and things to do in the Vancouver area. They can be reached at 360-750-1553 or on the web at www.VisitVancouverUSA.com.

 

Clackamas County Tourism & Cultural Affairs provides travel information including places to stay and things to do in Oregon City and the Mt. Hood area. They can be reached at 1-800-424-3002 or 503-655-8490 or online at https://www.mthoodterritory.com/ .

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