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Places to Visit in & close to Battle Ground

There is Plenty to do in and around Battle Ground. These are some of the Places To Visit around our area. Be sure to also check out some of our Annual Events as well as the Outdoor Activity & Recreation Areas. You may even want to use our Explorer's Map to view the entire area.

The Battle Ground, Yacolt & Chelatchie Prairie Railroad, (BYCX) is an all volunteer, non-profit organization, that has restored excursion service to the portion of the former Northern Pacific Yacolt Branch line between Yacolt, WA and Chelatchie Prairie, WA. They are working to restore service to Battle Ground.
Learn more about the BYCX Railroad NE Railroad Ave & Yacolt Road, Yacolt. 360-686-3559
The Cedar Creek Grist Mill is located 7 and 1/2 miles west of Amboy. Visitors will be greeted and given a "Working Tour" of how this mill still works today. Huge pulleys and belts spinning above and below are turning and churning to produce flour, corn meal and even apple cider (the last Saturday in October). These samples are given to the visitors for take home and a first hand experience of the products.
Open Year round but with limited hours.
Learn more about Cedar Creek Grist Mill Grist Mill Road Open Year Round
Saturday 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Sunday 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
The North Clark Historical Museum shares the areas historical legacy through renovation of the landmark 1910 Amboy United Brethren Church. It is located in Amboy directly in front of Amboy Territorial Park.
 Hours of operation are limited.
Learn more about North Clark Historical Museum 399th Street & Hwy 503, Amboy Open Year Round
12 noon to 4 PM
Pomeroy House is located on Lucia Falls Road and may be reached either by crossing the Heisen Bridge or the more popular route following Hwy 503 to Rock Creek Rd. The Pomeroy Living History Farm is a non-profit educational museum depicting 1920's agrarian life in Southwest Washington State.
The farm is open to the public the first full weekend of each month, June through September. 
Learn more about Pomeroy Living History Farm 20902 NE Lucia Falls Road, Yacolt Open the first full weekend of each month, June through October. 360-686-3537


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Visit other Clark WA cities: Amboy, Battle Ground, Brush Prairie, Camas / Washougal, La Center, Ridgefield, Vancouver, Woodland, Yacolt
Go to Portland or Longview & Kelso
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