There are some amazing things to do in Vancouver, WA that some might argue are even more exciting than siding. We’re biased, so you’ll have to judge for yourself. We always make sure to attend these festivals every single year. They always provide something new, and that’s what keeps us coming back time and time again. Whether it’s with the family or a good friend, the greatest festivals in Vancouver are not to be missed.
The website for the Recycled Arts Festival asks a simple question, “Is it trash or is it art?” We think it’s both. Artists come from far and wide to sell their wares at this festival, and it takes up the entirety of Esther Short Park. With food vendors, artists in spades, music, and additional exhibits like small homes there’s always a ton to do, see, and purchase. Some of the best reason to go include:
Local festivals often celebrate times of change. A the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge visitors can regularly view a ton of wildlife. As a protected wetlands, the preserve is home to a wide range of birds, amphibians, and reptiles. Every single year Sandhill Cranes return to the refuge to eat, rest, and roost. This celebrates their return with a wide range of activities taking place in Vancouver, WA and Ridgefield throughout the week. Highlights include:
The Water Resources Education Center off of Columbia Way hosts a lot of informative festivals. The Native American Indian Heritage Festival Native Runway is supported by the WSDSHS. Just some of the reasons you have to attend include: