Will sure to provide you and your family endless ENTERTAINMENT and excitement. Visit our featured exhibit THE OLD FIREHOUSE or check out our FAMILY ACTIVITIES like Monster Trucks, DockDogs or the Carnival Midway! There are lots of kids activities as well...visit the Comcast Kids Park and the Radio Disney Kids stage that is featuring kids contests, local childrens acts, a magician or juggler and the Let's Pretend Circus. Check out the FAIR COURT that will be on hand or many of the 4-H Events or the Junior Livestock Auction.
World-class Amphitheater in your backyard! You'll be hard pressed to find a bad seat at the Amphitheater. This 18,000-seat live-music venue is designed for comfort and incredible sound quality. The Amphitheater makes it easy to enjoy your favorite artists. Whether you choose to sit in covered stadium seating or on the freshly manicured lawn, you won't be disappointed.
Nestled snugly today in the Vancouver/Portland metropolitan area and enveloped by its highway, rail, air, and maritime commercial networks, Fort Vancouver is a gem of a park whose story as an economic and cultural center - told, in part, through engaging programs and a world-class archaeology collection - fascinatingly portends that of the modern-day Pacific Northwest.
Mt. St. Helens celebrated its 30th Anniversary of the Big Blast last year and what a year it was! Records were set at all the main attractions including the Forest Learning Center, Johnston Ridge Observatory, Helicopter Tours from www.helicoptertour.com, and the all-new 19 Mile House Restaurant.
Throughout the entire year, the CBC Arts Center offers a wide range of cultural events which embrace our commitment to CBC's Cultural Enrichment End State as well as supporting our academic programs. Our gallery exhibits, music concerts, theatre performances, lectures, and literary events cover a wide range of styles and topics.
Over 120 stores, including:
Hollister, JCPenney, Macy's, Nordstrom, Sears, Victoria's Secret.
Monday - Saturday- 10:00am - 9:00pm
Sunday 11:00am - 6:00pm
Sitting at the southern base of Green Mountain, a dormant volcanic cinder cone, in SW Washington on the Vancouver / Camas border, this former dairy farm was one of the original dairy farms in Washington.
Now this golf course, one of three public golf courses opened in Clark County from 1994 through 2000, is just one piece of what is becoming a recreational oasis (two golf courses, water skiing, archery range, rifle range and community sports fields) where Camas and Vancouver are melding together.
A "World Class Racetrack" that facilitates a wide spectrum of users. From CART Races and Formula USA Pro Motorcycle, to sport car club regional and nationals, drag racing, motocross racing, bicycle racing, go kart racing, motorcycle road racing, driving schools, car shows and swap meets.
The Clark County Historical Society is dedicated to the collection, preservation, and interpretation of the cultural history of Clark County and the Pacific Northwest, and to sponsoring educational programs and exhibits for the enrichment of all members of the public.