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A 5-acre park in the heart of downtown Vancouver, Esther Short is the oldest public square in the state of Washington. Today the park contains a clock tower, gazebo, large picnic shelter/stage, playground, rose garden, walking paths and seasonal...more
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Great park! Our family loves to attend Sunday’s at this park. The Vancouver farmers market is going on. Lots of street vendors and amazing foods! Stroll through the booths grab a bite to eat, put out a blanket and have a picnic in the park....More
This park was once a nice gem in Vancouver. Now it’s a dope smoking, crack piping smelly homeless camp. Needles all over. I counted 12 the time I was there in 20 min. So go and have some fun, hope your tetanus and vaccines are...More
Nice to have something to do and share with family and friends outside. Band days/nights are great. Only issue I had was that I didnt know or think to bring something to sit on. Bring a blanket or chair etc. Picnic lunch or dinner to...More
Located across from City Hall, this is a pleasant, interesting park. The seasonal Saturday Farmers market occurs on ther western side street and into a southern parking lot. Wide variety of trees, including Redwoods and Giant Sequoias. The occasional oddity, like some sugar maples! The...More
This is a Great Park in Downtown Vancouver. It is situated a few blocks from the Waterfront and offers a beautiful setting for a walk, a picnic or a place for the children to play and swing. There is a clock tower that chimes and...More
Spring, Summer and Fall there is always something going on down here. Farmers market. concerts. specialty events. All but one or two are family friendly. The ones that are not, are beer and wine events.
It has what you want in a park...walking trails, big shady trees, a bandstand and playground for children. In the summer months there are concerts in the park. They are super fun too! It's a community park and a good one at that!