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This historic drive is lined with 21 restored Victorian homes built for military officers of the Vancouver Barracks, including Ulysses S. Grant, General O.O. Howard House and George C. Marshall. Two of the homes are open for tours.
One street north of East Evergreen Boulevard, Vancouver, WA
All reviews grant house beautiful area huge trees very special place past history across the street lunch or dinner officers quarters peaceful walk lots of history year round great place to walk great history columbia river homes fort architecture
I love the food at the Grant House. As a resident of Vancouver, we have eaten there several times, and have always enjoyed ourselves. It is a great place for lunch during the summer because you can sit on the patio. during the holidays it...More
Officers Row is literally a row of beautiful homes from another era that officers used at some point. Attached to Ft. Vancouver, this area contains many areas to walk. Stroller and small bike friendly.
I enjoy walking along Officer's Row. Feeling the history of those old homes and talking the tours. The people in the area are nice and easy to talk to. They seem to have weddings and other gathers quite a lot during the summer months. It...More
Take a walk and discover history. It's free! Walk the sidewalk and take time to read the historic markers. Look at the buildings and imagine life way back when... Notice the attention to maintenance and authenticity. Walk around the park. It's common to see a...More
Officer's Row is the prettiest part of a great facility, Ft. Vancouver. Bike, walk or drive down the tree lined street with beautifully restored Victorian and Queen Anne houses. If they are open, visit the US Grant House (a restaurant), the Marshall House and the...More
I grew up on Officer's Row when it was owned by the Federal Government as part of the Veteran's Hospital and Army Quarters. Officer's Row is now owned by the city and is part businesses and part condos. Growing up on the row was great...More