Clark County can be found along the southwestern border of the state of Washington, a mere 37 minutes from the major city of Portland, Oregon—a city known for the way it embraces local and organic ways of life, as well as craft coffee and beer culture. Make the trip down, and don’t forget to grab a sweet morning treat at Voodoo Doughnut and get happily lost in Powell’s Books, among many other things. The largest city in Clark County is Vancouver, and it also happens to be the perfect location while glamping in Clark County for a family vacation spent biking, hiking, boating, and more, with Mount St. Helens, the Columbia River Gorge, and the Pacific Coast nearby. Take part in the arts and culture scene in Vancouver at the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Sleep Country Amphitheater, or the Pavilion at Esther Short Park, too. Luxury camping in Clark County can also be both fun and educational, with a historical tour to places like the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, Officers Row, George C. Marshall House, the Vancouver National Historic Reserve, and the Ulysses S. Grant House.