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Explore Endless Sights & Things to Do in Vancouver, WA

Stroll through downtown Portland, hike the trails of Mount Hood and Mount St. Helens, or sip and savor unique varietals at Raptor Ridge Winery. Guests staying at the Inn at Salmon Creek have easy access to all of the things to do in Vancouver, WA and the greater Portland area. Nearby attractions include the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, Portland Meadows, and Washington State University - Vancouver, as well as the destinations and sights listed below.
 
 
 
Downtown Portland, Oregon

Downtown Portland, Oregon

Portland is an eclectic city with a downtown area compact enough to walk. Don't miss tax-free shopping, green spaces, cultural offerings and incredible food scene, ranging from casual carts to fine dining destinations.
Downtown, Portland, Oregon
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Ridgefield of Washington

Ridgefield

Nearby Ridgefield is home to the Clark County Amphitheater and the Clark County Fairgrounds. Diverse cultural and entertainment events happen here all year round.
Ridgefield, Washington 98642
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Washington Mount St. Helens

Mount St. Helens

Part of the Pacific Ring of Fire, Mt. St. Helens is an active volcano, notorious for its 1980 eruption. Today, Mt. St. Helens can be enjoyed from observatory, or via hiking, climbing and even helicopter tours.
Mt St Helens, Washington  98616
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Raptor Ridge Winery at Oregon

Raptor Ridge Winery

Specializing in Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay, Raptor Ridge Winery offers private tours and tastings throughout the year. Tastings are accompanied by cheese and charcuterie.
18700 SW Hillsboro Hwy, Newberg, Oregon 97132
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Oregon Mount Hood

Mount Hood

Mount Hood, part of the million-acre National Forest that bears its name, is home to six ski areas and the Timberline Lodge, a National Historic Landmark. At 11,249 feet, it's the highest peak in Oregon.
Mt Hood, Oregon 97041
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