Vancouver has many great parks to visit and explore the natural beauty, great historic museums, and up and coming wineries.

One of the first places most visitors head to is the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. This area was once a hopping fur trade-post that got the city on its feet, but a highly important site for the greater region. Tours are available and check the site for special events that take place throughout the year.

Anyone interested in aviation will thoroughly enjoy the Pearson Air Museum. The museum has early model planes on display, educational exhibits, and a children's center.

The Gifford Pinchot National Park is a visitor favorite. The park has many hiking and walking trails that maximize one' s enjoyment of the landscape. The park also provides amazing views of Mount St. Helens.

Make sure to take a stroll down Officer's Row on Anderson Street as it boasts 22 houses that make the National Register of Historic Places.

This region is home to many great wineries who offer tours. The closest is the English Estate Winery. The charming site is a beautiful place to relax and taste quality Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon wines.