Popular Battle Ground Attractions and Things to Do Near Vancouver, WA
Located near Vancouver, WA and Portland, OR, the city of Battle Ground is surrounded by one of the most beautiful natural settings in the country. In addition to an array of recreational activities that include hiking, fishing, and rock climbing, to name a few, Battle Ground is also close to some of Washington's most popular attractions. Have a fun-filled time at scenic public parks that cover more than 7,000 acres and explore over 44 miles of walking trails. Venture into the Ape Caves, Tee off on the lush fairways of Cedars Golf Course, enjoy fishing on Battle Ground Lake, or take in the breathtaking scenery at Mt. St. Helens. Book your stay at Best Western Plus Battle Ground Inn & Suites and experience the best that this diverse travel destination has to offer.
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One of the Pacific Northwest's most popular attractions, Mt. St. Helens is famous for its massive 1980 volcanic eruption. It also plays host to a beautiful landscape that makes it an ideal attraction for hikers, climbers, and nature-lovers.
The longest continuous lava tube in the United States, the Ape Caves feature 2.5 miles of fascinating mineral formations. With an 8-foot lava fall and lush forested trails surrounding the caves, this is one of the world's most unique natural settings.
Nestled between lush forests and beautiful meadows, this popular family gathering area provides an ideal setting for picnics, hiking, and recreational fun. With large picnic pavilions and plenty of space, it's also a great venue for reunions and celebrations.
Stationed in a beautiful natural setting, Cedars Golf Course offers captivating views and a unique golfing experience. With its gorgeous bent grass greens and scenic fairways, the course has been designed to challenge golfers of all skill levels.
This spring-fed crater lake sits at the heart of 280 acres of lush forest land. Located three miles northeast of the city of Battle Ground, the lake is an angler's paradise, playing host to a large population of bass, crappie, and Rainbow Trout.