We’re well-located for exploring the region – close to I-5 and I-205. Perhaps you can make us your selection of Washington State University Vancouver hotels when visiting that institution. Or allow us to be your hotel near Legacy Salmon Creek Hospital. We’re also near Sunlight Supply Amphitheater Portland Meadows, the amazing history at Fort Vancouver, the famed Discovery Trail, Clark County Amphitheatre and much more. You might even decide to venture to Mount St. Helens or the Columbia River Gorge. Whatever you want to see or do while in the area for business or pleasure, it’s all within easy reach of the affordable, pleasant Inn at Salmon Creek.
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.
Nearby Ridgefield is home to the Clark County Amphitheater and the Clark County Fairgrounds. Diverse cultural and entertainment events happen here all year round.
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.
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.
- 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.
- Salmon Creek Regional Park
- Legacy Salmon Creek Hospital
- Washington State University Vancouver
- Clark County Fairgrounds
- Sleep Country Amphitheater
- The Source Climbing Center
- Delta Sports Complex