Fort Vancouver National Historic Site Site Pass

Fort Vancouver National Historic Site

Located on the north bank of the Columbia River, in sight of snowy mountain peaks and a vibrant urban landscape, this park has a rich cultural past. From a frontier fur trading post, to a powerful military legacy, the magic of flight, and the origin of the American Pacific Northwest, the park shares history at four unique sites. Discover stories of transition, settlement, conflict, and community at a reconstruction of the Hudson's Bay Company's Fort Vancouver, the U.S. Army's Vancouver Barracks, Pearson Air Museum, and the McLoughlin House in Oregon City, Oregon. The park's Visitor Center brings these four sites and stories together in creative, hands-on exhibits.

This pass is only valid for entrance fees at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. In accordance with public health orders from the State of Washington, most Fort Vancouver facilities, including the reconstructed Fort Vancouver and the Visitor Center are currently open at 25% visitor capacity, and fees only apply at the reconstructed Fort. Currently, Pearson Air Museum and the McLoughlin House site in Oregon City, Oregon, are both closed to the public for rehabilitation projects. Park grounds, trails, and parking lots remain open (without fees) during normal hours. For current conditions, please visit the park website at"

Facilities at Fort Vancouver NHS, including the reconstructed fort, visitor center, and Pearson Air Museum, are open Tuesday through Saturday from 9am to 4pm from November to mid-March and 9am to 5pm from mid-March to November. These facilities are closed on Sunday and Monday. The McLoughlin House Unit in Oregon City, Oregon, is open Friday and Saturday from 10am to 4pm. The house is closed seasonally from mid-December through mid-February. Please call (503) 656-5151 for more information. Park grounds at Fort Vancouver NHS are open seven days a week from dawn until dusk, with the exception of New Year's Day (January 1), Thanksgiving Day, and December 24, 25, and 31 when the park is closed. Passes are non-transferable, non-refundable, not replaceable if lost or stolen, and are void if altered or reproduced.