Battle Ground, WA
Welcome to Our Community
Battle Ground, WA lies a quick 25-minutes north of Vancouver, WA. It is home to those who enjoy a quiet rural lifestyle with a strong sense of community.
Battle Ground was named for an 1855 encounter between a company of volunteers from Fort Vancouver, led by Captain William Strong, and the Klickitat native, Chief Umtuch.
Although the skirmish was settled peacefully, the area where the battle was to be fought became known as, “Strong’s Battle Ground.”
True to the outdoor spirit of the Northwest, Battle Ground is close to plenty of forested areas, lakes, and parks. Three miles north, Battle Ground Lake State Park is a 275-acre public recreation area centered around a crater lake of volcanic origin.
Neighboring Lewisville Park is a 154-acre regional park located on the East Fork of Lewis River. The park’s miles of connected nature trails, ball fields, and family picnic areas, provide park-goers respite from their busy lives.
Battle Ground is also located in the heart of the Clark County wine country, one of the fastest-growing wine areas in the region. Here you can experience award-winning wines from Dolio, Rusty Grape, Heissen House, and Bethany Vineyards.
Come experience Battle Ground Village, with its community library, numerous restaurants, shops, and boutiques. Care to stay a bit longer? Battle Ground Village also provides single-family residential home neighborhoods, with apartment and townhome living options, all with convenient access to services.
If you’d like to learn more about Battle Ground, let us know! We’d love to show you around and help you find your dream home.