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#1 of 11 attractions in Vancouver
Category: Parks

At the urban center of Vancouver, between 6th & 8th streets, historic Esther Short Park has been totally reworked to include a fountain fit for kids to play in, festivals and... more »

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#2 of 11 attractions in Vancouver
Category: Historic Sites
Owner description: Serving as the main supply depot for the Hudson's Bay Companys fur trading business in the 19th century, this 366-acre... more » Owner description: Serving as the main supply depot for the Hudson's Bay Companys fur trading business in the 19th century, this 366-acre reserve features many important historical sites including the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, Vancouver Barracks, Officers' Row and Pearson Field. « less
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#3 of 11 attractions in Vancouver
Category: Bodies of Water
Owner description: Learn the history of the Columbia River Gorge and the Lewis and Clark Expedition during a two-hour narrated cruise on this... more » Owner description: Learn the history of the Columbia River Gorge and the Lewis and Clark Expedition during a two-hour narrated cruise on this 147-foot sternwheeler patterned after a 19th-century steamer. « less
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#4 of 11 attractions in Vancouver
Category: Parks; Bodies of Water

A 234-acre regional park, Vancouver Lake is home to many mating pairs of bald eagles, and serves as a refuge for many types of waterfowl.  Located in the Western part of... more »

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#5 of 11 attractions in Vancouver
Category: History Museums
This popular marina offers boating, swimming and windsurfing as well as a place to sit back and enjoy the view.
#6 of 11 attractions in Vancouver
Category: Bodies of Water
Owner description: Board a brightly colored open-air train to view portions of the longest dam in the United States, and then watch, via closed... more » Owner description: Board a brightly colored open-air train to view portions of the longest dam in the United States, and then watch, via closed circuit TV, live images of fish using the fish ladder. « less
#7 of 11 attractions in Vancouver
Category: Parks

Locally known as Klineline Pond, the park is a popular swimming area for kids.   It features picnic areas, a Sprayground water feature, fishing, playground equipment, and a... more »

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#8 of 11 attractions in Vancouver
Category: Parks
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Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Owner description: Named for a local U.S. Supreme Court Justice who espoused environmental causes, this magnificent 168,000-acre nature reserve... more » Owner description: Named for a local U.S. Supreme Court Justice who espoused environmental causes, this magnificent 168,000-acre nature reserve includes 25 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail, over 60 other trails and 59 lakes, and is home to elk, mule deer, mountain goats and other wildlife. « less
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Category: Educational Sites
Owner description: Not your typical garden, this one is intended to teach visitors about poisonous plants and how to avoid accidental poisoning... more » Owner description: Not your typical garden, this one is intended to teach visitors about poisonous plants and how to avoid accidental poisoning through free, half-hour, year-round tours. « less
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Category: Volcanos; Mountains
Owner description: One of the largest volcanoes in the U.S., which last erupted over 1,350 years ago, offers plentiful recreational... more » Owner description: One of the largest volcanoes in the U.S., which last erupted over 1,350 years ago, offers plentiful recreational opportunities including hiking, fishing, camping, mountain biking and horseback riding. « less
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