Welcome home to Hiddenbrook. These new homes are located in the city of Vancouver, Washington, you’re sure to be wowed with the natural beauty and rustic elegance this community has to offer.
Clark County provides residents endless opportunities for outdoor activities like biking, hiking, sailing, swimming, skating, and even kayaking the Columbia River to discover the alcoves. Offering over 1.3 million-acres of beauty, the Gifford Pinchot National Forest will inspire even those who don’t claim to be the outdoors type.
The city is rich in history and the in-town Fort Vancouver Historical Site is a fun way to learn more about the history of city. Lewis and Clark, General Ulysses S. Grant, and many more historical figures have had a presence in Vancouver.
From March-October spend your Saturday and Sunday at the Farmers Market to stock up on locally grown fruits and vegetables, meats, cheeses, jewelry, flowers and crafts. Grab a bite to eat, meet neighbors, and listen to live music as you stroll over 250 vendors’ goodies. Who could forget about the New Season’s Market north of the Columbia River in Fisher’s Landing? They even have a make your own hot wok station! Shop for your groceries and know exactly where your food is coming from.
Attend one or all of the summer concerts that feature world-class musicians in downtown Vancouver…for free! From July through the end of August, downtown hosts free concerts for all residents.
Big Al’s Family Entertainment Center offers 30 bowling lanes, video arcades, and a jumbotron to feature your favorite sports team biggest games.
Wine and beer enthusiasts can relish in the handful of breweries and wineries nearby. Check out a few including Bethany Vineyard and Winery, Burnt Bridge Cellars, and By The Bottle. Consider taking a drive on the scenic North Clark County Winery Loop.
Uptown Village offers fun boutiques, eclectic galleries and chic eateries for you to spend a rainy day.
There’s so much fun to be had in Vancouver. Come see for yourself!