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Highlights Vancouver (WA)
- Historical landmarks
- Historic Museums
- Craft breweries
- Live music
- Hiking trails
- Fishing hotspots
- Scenic views
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Vacation rentals in Vancouver (WA)
Vancouver Washington is surrounded by the sea and mountains of the brisk northwest territory. This stunning area sits on the Colombia river adjacent to Portland, Oregon. Check online for Brewery Gems to get some beer culture inspiration. Then venture out on your own to the hiking trails, fishing hotspots and lively nightlife of downtown Vancouver. You have so many choices you might want to make an itinerary and then spend a day or two just winging it. Regional diversity makes this vacation destination perfect for everyone.Cozy rentals with all the comforts and perks
You’ll find stylish units to accommodate your needs whether you are a couple, large group on a retreat or here for a convention. Each unit comes with a fridge, comfortable living area and pristine bedrooms. Enjoy your favorite brew on the balcony. Take in the fresh morning air overlooking the Colombia river dotted with mountains in the background. Or interesting cityscapes for downtown locations. You’ll find accommodations close to the city and some in more natural settings depending on your preference.
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The area and getting around
This area is full of incredible nature and rich historical heritage. Visit the Cedar Grist Mill for a sustainable mill experience. This Museum is a working mill originally built in 1876 and it’s the only one in Washington that functions solely on hydropower and mill stones to grind flour, cornmeal, and apple cider. The Benson Bridge is another highlight of the area where you’ll feel the spray from the Multnomah Falls, a 611-foot waterfall with a restaurant at the top and a 2.6 mile hiking trail with awesome views of the mountains.Enjoy the scenery while uncovering fascinating history
A good place to get acquainted with Vancouver’s unique hometown atmosphere is at Esther’s Park and Playground in the center of Vancouver’s downtown area featuring the Salmon Run Belltower. It’s one of the most popular places among locals because there’s a lot happening here all the time. It is home to the Farmer’s Market from March through September where you’ll find many handicrafts, delicious treats, quality meats and organic vegetables. Many events also take place here throughout the year like the Recycled Art Festival in which artists take recycled materials and turn them into awesome art pieces. Live music from street performers is part of the everyday scenery.
Travelers and activities
Be sure to get out into nature in this vacation destination. The Colombia Gorge Museum features the interesting history of the town of Stevenson next to the great Colombia River. Then cycle down to the riverfront where you can kiteboard, kayak, or catch amazing fish. The ziplining will give you a thrill too. If hiking is your thing, head over to Silver Star Mountain trail where you’ll be challenged to reach the 4300-foot summit. The view is worth it. Finally, Vancouver Lake Regional Park offers picnicking and water sports for the family.Vancouver (WA) for History buffs
Vancouver Washington has a rich and diverse history dating back to the Native Americans and all the culminating events that followed these colonial settlements. Clark County Historical Society and Museum proudly preserves this amazing history plus they offer a guided walking tour through the city. Be sure to visit the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site to see all the highlights. Also, check the event schedule for the Blacksmith, Carpentry and Bakehouse cultural demonstrations. Vancouver also has a fascinating beer culture dating back to the 1800s that’s worth investigating. The Farmer’s market in Esther Park is a must for the color, flavor and cultural vibes it adds to the city.
Vancouver, founded in 1825, was named in honor of George Vancouver who mapped the Pacific northwest coastal region in 1792.
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While you’re in Vancouver gather your besties and do the "Brewcouver”. Go online to download the “Brewcouver Passport” and collect prizes after visiting the tap trek tour’s top ten craft beer venues and taprooms. Some include awesome food creations to add to the experience. Try spreading the tour for two or more evenings to get the most from your venture.2. Stroll down Officers Row for an interesting look at history
Officer’s Row offers a relaxing opportunity to see the lavish homes of officers like Ulysses S. Grant and Marshall in their restored setting. There is a total of 21 houses of which some offer tours. This aesthetic journey is free and worth the effort to get an immersive experience into the past. Stop at the Grant house for a sophisticated lunch or dinner while you’re in the neighborhood.3. Bike the Waterfront Renaissance Trail
If you are looking for exercise, adventure, and history, this is the activity for you. The Colombia River Waterfront trail connects Esther Park with Wintler Park and spans five miles of lovely vistas along the water which is easily covered by bicycle. There is the Kaiser tower for a view of the mountains, Tomahawk and Hayden Islands as well as the river. There’s also trails leading into the forest or city.4. Soak in the history at Pearson Field and Air Museum
The Pearson Field was home to the aviation enthusiasts of the early 1900s. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to visit this active municipal airfield and gawk at the amazing history in the museum. It was the place where the first global flight began and ended. It’s still famous for its role in airplane construction during WWI.5. Catch a show at the re-vamped Kiggins Theatre
Kiggins Theatre, built in the 1930s, opened on April 24, 1936 with a romantic comedy. It was the most luxurious in the region and offered an escape from the Great Depression. It was added to the National Register of Historic places in 2012. Savoring a movie or live performance here is like stepping back in time.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Vancouver (WA)
How much does it cost to book a vacation rental in Vancouver?
Last year, rentals in this destination had an annual average price of around $264 per night.
During which months can you find the best price for vacation rentals in Vancouver?
Travelers who want to be budget-friendly should travel to Vancouver in May, June, or April, which are the months that offer the most discount, with average prices of $196, $225, and $236 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.
When are vacation rentals more expensive in Vancouver?
When it comes to booking a vacation rental in Vancouver, the highest prices are found in the month of August (with an average of $302 per night), followed by December ($293), and then July ($283).
Are there usually many vacation rentals available in Vancouver?
We recommend you to book in advance in Vancouver as only 14% of the properties remain free throughout the year, according to last year's data.
When are more vacation rentals available?
Last year, the months with the most vacation rentals available of the year in Vancouver were January, October and September, with average availabilities of 30%, 29%, and 22%, respectively.
How many vacation rentals does Holidu have in Vancouver?
In Vancouver we collaborate with 2 different providers to give you a choice of 110 properties, so you will not be short of options!