Rooted in history
The Evergreen Inn was built in 1928 by Vancouver city fathers to serve as an elegant lodging and entertainment center for its citizens. Exciting and energetic, it was a popular destination.
The elegance of The Evergreen Inn continues today in this proud Vancouver landmark. And the once thriving atmosphere is renewed daily by the lively folks who now call it home. It’s truly a community for the young at heart.
Serving our families today
Located in historic downtown Vancouver, The Evergreen Inn is just minutes from shopping, medical services and cultural events. Part of a major revitalization project, the area also boasts Esther Short Park, home to Vancouver’s farmer’s market, beautiful fountains and rose gardens, in addition to more than 30 fresh air concerts every summer. And because it’s very close to the I-5 bridge to Portland, The Evergreen Inn is a quick trip for families and friends in Oregon.
Gracious and comfortable, The Evergreen Inn’s living areas are reminiscent of the building’s storied past. In fact, our dining room looks much the way it did in 1928 when it was Alexander’s Restaurant. And the original bar is now our very popular Ice Cream Parlor.
Other amenities include a library, spacious living room, pool table, patio and more.
Making memories for tomorrow
Every week is filled with a wide variety of activities, including dances, Spa Days and bus trips. Residents look forward to special annual events, like the summer camping trip. These diversions are all part of our comprehensive program curriculum, designed to provide fellowship, fun and personal fulfillment.
Engaging activities, distinctive surroundings, and staff devoted to making each day special… together these factors make life at The Evergreen Inn an experience to remember