Fort Vancouver National Historic Site

Size: 207 Acres

Overview: Fort Vancouver National Historic Site features the reconstructed 19th-century fort, and preserves its rich history. Once owned by The Hudson's Bay Company, and later used by the U.S. Army, the fort served as a center for fur trade, a place of employment for many diverse people, and later as a post to secure American settlement in Oregon Country. A visit to Fort Vancouver offers period demonstrations, tours, interactive activities, hiking trails, and amazing archeological resources. Come visit this incredible site!

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