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This historic drive is lined with 21 restored Victorian homes built for military officers of the Vancouver Barracks, including Ulysses S. Grant, General O.O. Howard House and George C. Marshall. Two of the homes are open for tours.
One street north of East Evergreen Boulevard, Vancouver, WA
All reviews grant house beautiful area huge trees very special place across the street past history lunch or dinner officers quarters peaceful walk great walk lots of history year round great history columbia river homes fort architecture
Here you can eat in history, sleep in history and check out the fort which has period dressed tour guides. Its wonderful to see how the settlers of Vancouver lived. I highly recommend it. Its great to just take your pets out for a walk...More
They are making rapid progress in restoring the Fort. We just visited the newly restored Artillery Barracks to view a tapestry on the history of Vancouver. They are rapidly restoring the many buildings, and the newly restored Visitor Center may say which buildings are open....More
This beautiful building is the place for a wedding reception or special event. It is furnished with beautiful antiques inside and has large picture windows that show a lovely view of the surrounding area. There is plenty of seating inside the house, and plenty of...More
This is a living history lesson in a bucolic setting, within driving distance from Portland. It could be the start of a road trip up to Mt. St. Helens, or out to the Gorge Recreational Area. Officer's Row is also up the road from the...More
Great for jogging, picnics, bike rides. There is at least one coffee house and one restaurant. Huge park across the street from Officers' Row. They also have one of the oldest mini Exchanges (Shoppettes) in Washington for military only. You can get great prices on...More