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Join us at Hudson's Bar & Grill for a unique and delicious dining experience! Call us at 360-816-6100 to make a reservation.

A Northwest Original Hotel in Vancouver, WA

The Heathman Lodge

The natural wonder of the Pacific Northwest meets a culture of unique, personalized service at The Heathman Lodge, a rustic hotel in Vancouver, WA. 20 signature suites; 182 distinctive guestrooms; 10,000+ square feet of flexible meeting space; Hudson’s Bar & Grill — all put together in a beautifully hand-crafted Northwest mountain lodge setting.

Relax, revel, and rejuvenate at one of the most scenic hotels in Vancouver, Washington.

Welcome to The Heathman Lodge.


The Heathman Lodge has 6 electric car chargers! Enjoy the convenience of charging your electric vehicle in our parking lot. Chargers are available 24 hours and are located near the flag poles. We currently have 4 Tesla chargers and 2 generic electric chargers available.

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Hudson's Bar and Grill 7805 Northeast Greenwood Drive, Vancouver, WA 98662 (360) 816-6100 0

Pamper your palate for breakfast, lunch and dinner at Hudson’s Bar & Grill, serving tantalizing cuisine and a variety of regional wines in a warm, welcoming atmosphere.

Olive Garden 8101 Northeast Parkway Drive, Vancouver, WA (360) 256-8174 0

Olive Garden is a family of more than 750 local restaurants committed to providing every guest with a genuine Italian dining experience. It’s what we like to call Hospitaliano!: our passion for 100% guest delight.

Oishi Sushi 8101 Northeast Parkway Drive, vancouver (360) 253-2222 0.27
Beaches Restaurant & Bar 1919 South Access Road (360) 699-1592 5.38
Azteca Mexican Restaurants 4708 Northeast Thurston Way, vancouver (360) 885-7675 0.26
Great Taste Chinese Restaurant 8101 NE Parkway Dr # E4, Vancouver (360) 896-1060 0.27
Three Sixty Kitchen 3425 SE 192nd Ave # 110 (360) 260-3605 8.99
Thai Orchid and Sushi Bar 1004 Washington Street, Vancouver (360) 695-7786 4.95
Red Robin Gourmet Burgers 8311 NE Vancouver Mall Rd. (360) 892-1121 0
Who Song & Larry's 111 East Columbia River Way, Vancouver (360) 695-1198 5.18
Old Spaghetti Factory 730 Southeast 160th Avenue, Vancouver (360) 253-9030 6.48
Red Lobster 8219 Ne Vancouver Mall Dr (360) 896-1196 0.39
Mc Menamins 1900 N.E. 162nd, Ste. B107, Vancouver (503) 653-8011 5.69
La Botega Cafe Deli 1905 Main St, Vancouver (360) 571-5010 4.8
Applewood Restaurant and Bar 2005 SE 192nd Avenue, Suite 100 (360) 210-5522 8.54
Tommy O's Pacific Rim Bistro 801 Washington Street, Vancouver (360) 694-5107 5.01
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Columbia Gorge Sternwheller Vessel 355 NW WA-Na-PA St (541) 374-8427 0

Two–hour narrated cruise on this 147–foot sternwheeler patterned after a 19th–century steamboat.

Hood River Marina 300 E Port Marina Dr 0

This popular Vancouver marina offers boating, swimming and windsurfing as well as a place to sit back and enjoy the river views.

Portland Walking Tours Portland, Washington (503) 774-4522 13.43
Portland Art Museum 1219 SW Park Ave ,Portland OR (503) 226-2811 14.02
Lan Su Chinese Garden 239 NW Everett Street (503) 228-8131 13.27
Columbia River Hwy Columbia River Hwy 43.29
Rose Garden 1 North Center Court Street #100, Vancouver (503) 235-8771 4.13
North Head Lighthouse N Head Lighthouse Rd 124.76
Seaside Promenade & Turnaround 7 North Roosevelt Seaside, OR 97138 94.62
Oregon Coast Aquarium 2820 Southeast Ferry Slip Road (541) 867-3474 127.77
Pearson Air Museum 1115 East 5th Street, Vancouver (360) 487-8600 4.67

Pearson Air Museum is home to training, military, experimental, and private aircraft from the Twentieth Century. Exhibits include aircraft from all over the world, a model of the lumber mill used to produce biplanes for World War I, military artifacts from both World Wars, kids activities, and more. When you step outside, there is a monument to the first trans-polar flight by Valery Chkalov, during which he and two others flew from Moscow, Russia and landed at Pearson Airfield. Pearson Airfield is the oldest continuously operating airport in the Pacific Northwest. The airfield opened in 1905 and is still an active airport. Visitors may enter the museum for free, though donations are gladly accepted.

Washington State University Vancouver 14204 Northeast Salmon Creek Avenue (360) 546-9788 8.15
Old Apple Tree Park SE Columbia Way, Vancouver, WA 5.48

That the Old Apple Tree began as seeds in a pocket would not be all that spectacular, except that these seeds were given as a going away gift to Emilius Simpson as he departed London, England. Sometime shortly after his arrival at Fort Vancouver, where his cousin Sir George Simpson was Hudson's Bay governor, Emilius would plant the seeds sometime in 1826. The tree gave its first fruit in 1830 - a single apple - and has produced a crop of apples every year since - for 188 years. Most apple trees live anywhere from 50 to 70 years. The Old Apple Tree is believed to be the oldest in the Pacific Northwest and is the matriarch of the apple industry in Washington. Today, the tree stands at the end of the Land Bridge between the Columbia River and Fort Vancouver. Every year, the City of Vancouver holds the annual Old Apple Tree Festival on the first Saturday in October. There, they give away tree cuttings from the Old Apple Tree. It is free to visit the Old Apple Tree, with easy parking along the river on SE Columbia Way.

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Green Mountain Golf Course 2817 Northeast Ingle Road (360) 833-8463 0

Green Mountain Golf Course provides three sets of tees challenging golfers of all ability levels.

Fairway Village Public Golf Course 15509 Southeast Fernwood Drive (360) 254-9325 0

Fairway Village Golf Course is an interesting 9–hole course in Vancouver, Washington with tree lined fairways and well bunkered greens.

Broadmoor Golf Course 3509 NE Columbia Blvd (503) 281-1337 10.85
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William O Douglas Wilderness William O Douglas Wilderness, Northwest Yakima, WA 98937 0

Named for a local U.S. Supreme Court Justice who espoused environmental causes, this magnificent 168,000–acre nature reserve includes 25 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail, over 60 other trails and 59 lakes.

Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge 1071 S Hillhurst Rd (360) 887-3046 0

The Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge Complex in Ridgefield, Washington, features 5,150 acres of marshes, grasslands and woodlands.

Fort Clatsop National Memorial Fort Clatsop Rd 97.39
Cape Disappointment State Park 244 Robert Gray Dr SW, Vancouver (360) 642-3078 4.13
Beacon Rock State Park 34841 State Road 14, Vancouver (509) 427-8265 4.22
Ecola State Park 84318 Ecola Park Road (503) 436-2844 96.53
Mt. Hood National Forest 16400 Champion Way (503) 668-1621 26.54
Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area Goldendale, WA 98620 113.18
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Cedar Creek Grist Mill 43907 Northeast Grist Mill Road (360) 225-5832 0

Half an hour north of the Lodge, the Cedar Creek Grist Mill is a working museum where volunteers use the water-powered stone mill to make flour, cornmeal, and apple cider. Visitors receive first-hand experience working with the equipment, and once the flour and meal are made, volunteers encourage them to take samples home. With various events throughout the year, you don't want to miss a single one. From Bread and Butter Day, to Cornbread Day, Treat Day, Strawberry Shortcake Day and Apple Cider Pressing day, these events showcase the many uses of this mill and others like it in the days before electricity. Powered by the 47-gallon-per-second flow, this is the only grist mill in Washington built in its original structure. Volunteers restored the mill to working condition between 1980 and 1994. Today, it is open to the public on weekends except for major holidays. Entry is free, but any donations will go toward the upkeep and continued operation of the mill.

End of the Trail Interpretive Center 1726 Washington Street, Vancouver (503) 657-9336 4.8

Beginning in the 1840′s more than 300,000 people began their Oregon Trail journey, living and writing their stories. Share in these stories with a visit to the dynamic End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center in Oregon City, Oregon.

Officers Row Officers Row 4.6
Clark County Historical Museum 1511 Main Street, Vancouver (360) 993-5679 4.82
Cathlapotle Plankhouse 28908 NW Main Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642 (360) 887-4106 17.63
Fort Vancouver 612 East Reserve Street (360) 816-6200 4.39

Experience the Portland area's oldest history at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. Initially built in 1824 by the Hudson's Bay Company, Fort Vancouver acted as a center of commerce for fur traders of various nationalities and the indigenous tribes of the area. Today, the Fort gives an idea what life would have been like in the early 19th century when the Pacific Northwest was the frontier. Give yourself a few hours to explore the Fort, with guided tours, cultural demonstrations, and other unique educational opportunities for visitors of all ages. Entry to the reconstructed Fort costs $7 per person or $30 for an annual pass for the pass holder and up to three adults.

Marshall House 1301 Officers Row, Vancouver (360) 693-3103 4.52
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Starbucks 8101 NE Parkway Drive, Vancouver, WA (360) 253-7123 0

Relax with a classic cup of coffee and catch up on the news of the day before heading out for a day full of adventures at nearby attractions.

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Portland International Airport 7000 NE Airport Way, Portland, OR 1.877.739.4636 0

Easily access the Portland International Airport and get where you need to be, whether arriving or departing from our resort.

Heathman Lodge
7801 NE Greenwood Drive, Washington, 98662, USA
Phone: 360-254-3100


We all had such a wonderful time at our 30 year class reunion, especially due to the great staff at The Heathman Lodge! They were all very friendly, helpful, professional and there for us anytime we needed anything without being in the way. I would highly recommend an event and/or a stay at The Heathman Lodge. Very comfortable, spacious rooms too!

- JulieB020202 from TripAdvisor

Beautiful atmosphere, comfortable room, nice balcony, gorgeous lobby, Keurig coffee pot , great shower, nice bathroom. Honestly I have no complaints! Courteous staff. We will be back! They have a microwave and refrigerator , flat screen tv , free wifi and a 12noon checkout! We were rushing to get out by 11 and then realized we had another hour!

- bedil from TripAdvisor