The Northern Clark County Scenic Drive takes you away from Vancouver’s city core to explore natural wonders and wineries on farms. Regional park stops include Battle Ground State Park, Lewisville, Daybreak, Whipple Creek, and Paradise Point. Leave some extra time to explore Moulton Falls Regional Park—about 40 minutes from downtown, and includes a wide trail and two waterfalls in the 387-acre area. A stroll along a flat gravel walkway or a more vigorous hike on a dirt trail are both options here.
After an adventurous excursion, order a wood-fired pizza to-go and a bottle of wine from Moulton Falls Winery. They have homemade craft cider too! Pomeroy Cellars is also close by, located on a historic early 1900s farm. (Look up open days and times before you go and plan accordingly!) Don’t miss the Cedar Creek Grist Mill, which was first built in 1876, along the loop. Stop by the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge just north of Vancouver on your way back into town.
All of these stops allow for social distancing and no-contact pick-ups—a great daytrip during Phase 2 of re-opening.
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