Fort Vancouver National Site

Vancouver, WA, United States

360-693-3103

Fort Vancouver National Trust is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the preservation and education purposes of Fort Vancouver National Site.

Whether you’re planning an intimate dinner for 10, corporate retreat for 50 or a grand reception, Fort Vancouver National Site offers a unique historical venue to fit your celebration and meeting space needs.

With the variety of historic buildings and spaces available, Fort Vancouver National Site is sure to have the perfect space for your needs. Each building offers the ideal combination of historic character and modern technologies, including state of the art AV equipment and complimentary wireless internet access.

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