- TripBuzz found 284 things to do with kids in or near Vancouver, Washington, including 254 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like West Linn, Portland, Hillsboro and Oregon City.
- From Kids Club Fun & Fitness to Big Al's Bowling, the Vancouver area offers 82 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Parks, Bowling and Children's Play Area.
- Located on the north side of the Columbia River, Vancouver, WA is just 30 minutes from the booming Portland, OR. Vancouver was ranked among the top 100 Best Places to Live in America by Money Magazine. The city contains buildings of many different architectural styles with Chicago, Queen Ann, art deco, and many other styles represented throughout the city.
A children's activity and entertainment center, Kids Club Fun & Fitness features a play structure with slides, a bridge, swings and a tree house. The center also offers swimming and dance lessons, party hosting, educational programs and day camps.
There are 42 state-of-the-art lanes, a full arcade and, pool and shuffle board tables in the bar along with multiple big screen TVs for watching the game. Their kitchen serves a large menu of options to fit most tastes.
Dizzy Castle is a 10,000 sq ft indoor playground with a castle and pirate ship play structure, dueling air cannons, snake pit, slides, interactive flooring and party rooms. They have a cafe with an espresso menu and ice cream.
Featuring 42 lanes, Allen's Crosley Lanes provides open and league bowling as well as private event hosting. The center has a pro shop, cosmic bowling on Friday and Saturday nights, arcade game machines and a full bar.
Located in urban Vancouver, Esther Short Park is the backdrop for many family friendly events. The park features festivals, live music, and a farmer’s market, as well as a fountain open to children and a historic theatre house.
The Source Climbing Center is a climbing gym popular among those who enjoy fitness training in an entertaining atmosphere. The center offers numerous clinics and classes dedicated to making visitors better climbers and more in shape.
A collection of artifacts related to the county and the Pacific Northwest can be found at the Clark County Historical Museum. The museum offers educational lectures and exhibits from Native American history to the building of Interstate 5.
Salmon Creek Park features swimming areas, a lifejacket loner station, bathouse and observation platforms. Also available are over two dozen picnic tables, barbeque grills, playgound equipment and more, allowingn for a complete day of outdoor fun.