Fort Vancouver, WA
Fort Vancouver National Historic Site and Pearson Air Museum
Updated June 2022--more photos at bottom
The Village for laborers, a couple cabins reconstructed at Fort Vancouver
Officers Row update, 6-23-2022
We decided to explore Officers Row one day, and parked behind the O.O. Howard House as a sort of midpoint. There's a lovely park area there, a plaza with bistro tables & benches that would be so nice a place for lunch (a coffee/food truck was parked in the parking lot), and an heritage rose garden. We happened into the Director of Education, and what a happy happenstance! She was so helpful and informative. The O.O. Howard House is mostly offices, but she let us see the hallway, marked a map with what was open. We planned our loop route and set out.
Evergreen Arboretum plaza & fountain, east entrance of Fort Vancouver National Historic Site,
Evergreen Blvd & Reserve St; and bus stop
Huge Anchor on display east of the Visitor Center
Visitor Center in June of 2022
Parade Grounds, plus Cannons & Memorial (the latter north of O.O. Howard House).
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I've been in a wheelchair for 30+ years. It poses some challenges for traveling. Maybe others can benefit from my experiences.